My first project is a stationery box made with the AutumnSpice Designer Series Paper. The template for this box can be found on SUDSOL HERE. The originator is Jackie Topa who is also a member of SUDSOL and shared this pattern. This would make a great gift for a friend, teacher or neighbor. If you are one of my customers, please contact me for directions.
The cards are generic and the kit includes greeting cards and tags that can be added for different occasions as needed. I used Vintage Vogue, Great Friend, for the Gift Enclosure cards and Sincere Salutations for the sayings stamped and punched with Decorative Label Punch. I attached Antique Brads to the Autumn Spice Designer Series Paper. Quick, Easy, Clean and Simple cards for all.
Inside are 4 cards and envelopes and 4 gift enclosure cards and envelopes and tags. There is a place to include a pen and postage stamps.
Next, is a fun project for all occasions: Milk cartons galore! Each milk carton has a different closure that allows each carton to be opened and closed.
The first milk carton uses linen thread to tie the carton closed. This would make a great place card at your Thanksgiving table.
Next, a Christmas treat carton complete with a festive snowman from A Cute Christmas stamp set. I used a Brights Glimmer Brad and banner to close.
Now who wouldn't love receiving this next milk carton on Valentine's Day? Inside a gift perfect for the receipent: candy, jewelry, or money! I embossed this carton with the Perfect Details Textured Impressions folder and the closure is a Mini Library Clip.
And, the last is a birthday treat milk carton tied with a ribbon.
My last project is a quick and easy Christmas card using Deck the Halls Designer Series Paper and a greaeting from Four the Holidays. Instructions: Layer One: Always Artichoke 5 1/2" x 8 1/2". Layer two: Crumb Cake 4" x 5 1/4". Layer three: Deck the Halls Designer Series Paper 3 3/4" x 5". Layer Four: Crumb Cake 3/4" x 3 1/4", sponged with Early Expresson, add a glimmer brad and attach to card with Stampin' Dimensionals.
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