Monday, 26 March 2018

Note card box set,

Hi everyone, welcome to today's project eeek I'm so excited about this.. I'm that excited I didn't write down any measurement's haha Ooops so had to go over what id done so I could share it with you all.

As I'm sure you all no its sale-a-bration time at stampin up we only have 5 days left so if you were thinking about joining now is the best time as you get extra free stuff, yes I did say FREE you will get two extra stamp sets of your choice as well as your starter kit and just think of the discount as well..If you are interested click the link below I would love to have you on my team xx
http://stampinup.net/esuite/home/craftingwithdannii/jointhefun








Here's how to make it
card stock size 9" x 8.1/2" I've used melon mambo score on the long side at 3", 3..31/4", 6.3/4", 7.1/2"
score on the short side at 1", 1.3/4", turn 180 degrees and score at 1", 1.3/4"

dsp wow I love this dsp and there only a limited time left to get it. It's our painted with love specialty designer series paper. Size for the front and inside covers measure 2.3/4" x 4.3/4" you will 4 of these
you will need 3 strips that measure 1/2" x 4.3/4"
2 strips that measure 1/2" x 2.3/4"

For the cards I used our note cards and envelopes the card size is 5" x 4.1/2" scored at 2.1/2" if you want to make your own.
you need 6 card front layers that measure 4.1/4" x 2.1/4"

To embellish the cards I used our 1.1/4" circle punch and our 1.3/8" scallop punch I heat embossed in gold the sentiment from our amazing you stamp set, this set is free during sale-a-bration. I cut out the word amazing from the coordinating dies celebrate you thinlits also free during sale-a-bration..

I used the flower from the stamp set to stamp onto all the envelopes..

For the closure I used a Velcro dot.
Do go over to my channel to see me make this set.

I really hope you enjoy this project as I had lots of fun making it..

Happy crafting Danielle x





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