World card making day is fast approaching and the event that myself and my colleagues (Kaz & Gail) have planned will be here before we know it. If you missed out on RSVP'ing please email (firstname.lastname@example.org) me now to see if there are any places left. We will be making some fabulous projects including a box, some christmas cards and a handbag card. There will also be prizes, giveaways and yummy afternoon tea all for only $25 dollars to help raise funds for charity. Look forward to seeing you all on Saturday at Parkdale.
Thursday, September 10, 2009
I made a heap of these for the Craft show I did on the weekend as I was demonstrating how to make them along with the Post-it Note holders. They are made from the 2,5,7,10 box template. Super easy to make and all from one piece of A4 Card stock. I altered it a little from the template as our cardstock it slightly different to the US. If you would like a copy of my template click on the template below. For assembly instructions click here. These make great lolly bags for kids parties or favours for baby showers etc... You could also give them as small Christmas gifts with surprise treats inside like homemade biscuits or chocolates. I will be making these at our World Card Making Day coming up in October where you can help support a great cause and make lots of fun projects. If you are interested in more information on attending this event, please email me for more details. The two on the left I have adhered using adhesive magnets, the other two are tied with ribbon through holes I have punched. On the mauve one I have used some Sticky cuts with the Superfine glitter. The two on the right have rub-ons along the botoomFor the greeen one I used the wide oval punch and punched from the bottom and stuck a piece of acetate over the window.
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
These are samples of some more Stepper Boxes we made in a class recently. Super easy to make. Here is the link. All you need to do is select three sheets of coordinating Designer Series Paper. The below is using the Washington Apple Pack. and I have used some stamps from Petal Pizzazz and some ribbon. The best thing to use for these boxes is the backing card from the the DSP packs for the supporting walls and glue it together using glue sticks to gain more flexibility when folding it into shape. These boxes would make great jewelery keepers for young girls or stationary organisers for someone's desk.
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