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ScallopTag Treat Box

Posted by on Jun 23, 2014 in Tutorials

This adorable treat box, inspired by Linda Bauwin,  is made with an 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ piece of cardstock.  Here’s a little tutorial to help you create your own. Score at 1 3/4″, 2 1/2″, 5 3/4″ and 6 1/2″ (on the long side of cs) Turn and score at 1″, 1 3/4″, 3 3/4″ and 4 1/2″ Cut out the corners as per photo Punch end tabs with Scallop Tag Topper Punch, #133324 Stamp as desired–I used Gold Encore on Blackberry Bliss.  The 1/8″ Gold Ribbon, #134583 is perfect for tying the box. Make a treat box today and see how easy it is.  It’s so much fun making it and filling it, you’ll want to make more than one.  Need any supplies?  Shop at my Online store 24/7 or contact me to place your order.  I would love to provide all your crafting supplies and share a tonne of great crafting ideas and tips with you. Thanks for visiting my blog today.  Hope you’ve been inspired.  Have a wonderful day!  ...

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Gift Bag tutorial

Posted by on Dec 14, 2012 in Tutorials

This tutorial will teach you  step by step, how to make beautiful gift bags.  Instructions for a large bag and small bag are included.  If you haven't made made any of these bags, try it today.  Have fun, use your imagination and creativity to make any size bag you like.   You are invited to show off your creativity by uploading an image.  Download Gift Bag...

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Custom Designer Envelopes

Posted by on Aug 5, 2011 in Tutorials

Hi!  Today's post is going to be a little longer because I'd like to share with you how to make your own custom envelopes out of Designer paper.     You can make any size envelopes you need just by following a few simple steps.  The photos and the measurements I'll share today are for a 4 1/4" square card.  Start out with a 12×12 piece of DSP and cut 6 1/2 x 11.  If you have stripes on one side of the paper, decide the direction of your stripes before you cut–vertical or horizontal.    I chose to have the stripes vertical on the inside of the envelope.  The reverse paper is what is left over and is perfect to make coordinating make cards,  etc.   Score at 1" and 5 1/5" on the long side fir the side flaps of the envelope.       Turn and score at 3 5/8" and 8 1/4".  Now cut a wedge off the bottom flap of the envelope.  To do this, position the corner of the bottom flap at the 3/8" mark and cut a to the corner where the two score lines meet.  Repeat on other side.    For the top flap of the envelope, cut a 1/2" wedge on both sides.   Here's a photo of what the envelope should look like before you glue it.   Fold all the score lines in and glue bottom flap to side flaps.   Run a small bead of Tombow Multi Purpose Adhesive # 110755 close to the edge of the bottom flap on both sides.  Close envelope and add a strip of Sticky Strip #104294 to the inside of the top flap.   Your envelope is ready to use–insert your card, remove the red covering from the Sticky Strip, add addressee and postage and your card is ready to mail to someone special!  If you make a 4 1/4" explosion card to mail in this custom envelope, it will cost you $1.25 (confirmed by Canada Post) to mail because of the thickness of the card.   This morning Kathy and I made 25 envelopes today for her granddaughter's birthday party invitations this morning. I love all the colorful and fun designs of these envelopes!   I can imagine that each guest who receives an invitation to this special 1st birthday party for Addie will treasure the card and envelope they receive for this special event!  And what a great way to use Designer paper!    I've scheduled a Custom Envelope class for Tuesday, August 16, 6:30 – 8:30 pm.  In this class we'll make a custom envelope, a coordinating card and gift card.  Space is limited so reserve your spot early to avoid disappointment.  Thanks for stopping by!  I'll be back tomorrow! ...

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