Nov 18, 2011

Another CASE

I have the BEST upline. She has given me so much inspiration, actually I should be giving credit to 2 women. Diane Trintz and Jerilyn Woods are both my direct up-line. We made something similar in the fall and I just simplified the cards for a great workshop to do during November and December.
Very duplicatable and easy. Of course they showcase what a value our Kraft boxes that sell for 2.95 and you get 4 of them! We make 4 cards with our small envelopes inside. These envelopes are to small to mail but great to give in person. Who wouldn't love this box of cards for a co-worker or teacher. Personally I love using the dotted glitter design and the green wasabi fabric in the pack! So here is the recipe!
The Box
1 Kraft box
Designer paper Holly Berry top and bottom are cut 3.25 x 3.25 and the sides are 2.25 x 3.25
Holly Berry Fabric cut 2.50 x 24 inches
White taffeta ribbon cut 10 inches long
1 holly berry designer buttons- Large either red or wasabi
10 inches of linen thread
So to assemble you need to tape the designer paper down to the box on all 4 sides. Add your cards (The recipe for them is at the bottom of the post) Tie the fabric around the box and knot. make a quick bow and using a glue dot add to the middle of the red button. Thread the linen thread under the knot and bring up through button holes and knot around the bow. This allows the fabric and button to stay in place and be removed without untying.
The Cards
Cut 2 Real Red pieces of cardstock 3 x 6
cut 2 Wild Wasabi pieces of cardstock 3 x 6
Cut 8 whisper white 2.75 x 2.75 (1 goes on the inside of the card)
Snowflake punch
Smaller Holly Berry designer buttons
Glue dots
Black ink
Greeting stamp
small envelopes 107309 (40)
Fold your cardstock, snail in the white 2.75 x 2.75 cardstock on the inside. Take the 2.75 x 2.75 of the white and center it all the way down into the snowflake punch. Punch and remove, stamp your greeting and tape down to the main cardstock. using a glue dot add the small button in the center. Done! How easy is this card? Hope you enjoyed this post I enjoyed making it.
Happy Stamping Brenda Anderson

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