Thursday, January 23, 2014
I am home this morning just waiting to head to the Dentist to have a tooth pulled!!! Yikes! It is NOT my favorite thing to do! So, to keep me from thinking about it tooo much...I thought I would post another Card in a Box- the Flower Series. I made this and sent it to a friend who is recovering from surgery. This is the Petite box that I have posted a link to the instructions in one of my previous posts. I love them because they can fit in a standard envelope.
Thursday, January 16, 2014
Tanya Bell has a tutorial out that gives directions to make the Pop Up Card in a Box but in a smaller size! I love it because this size will fit in a standard envelope! You can check out her tutorial here-
I used a lot of Graphic 45 paper to make these Thank you cards! You don't have as much room to decorate the inside of the box so you will have to be creative. Hope you don't mind this long post. Here are a few more pictures-
|Back of box|
|It fits in a standard envelope|
|More Graphic 45 paper|
|Used Sizzix die for the flowers|
|Another Sizzix die for the fence|
Monday, January 6, 2014
I hope everyone had a wonderful New Year! Ours was quiet but that is my favorite kind- celebrate from the comfort of your home by the fireplace! I think we did fall asleep before the ball dropped....
It appears I am not done making Cards in a Box! I do love this technique! I am using it to make a Thank you card for a friend. I used several Sizzix dies to make this Seaside Scene. I also used Stampin UP stamps for the seashells by the seashore. Wow, say that 5 times fast!!!
I used the Stampin UP tag punch for the light house light. I hand cut the lighthouse itself. Can you see the flying Sea Gull? It bobs around and really gives the illusion of flight. I love it!! Rats! I forgot to take a picture of the back! It had a really nice sentiment!
You can go to SplitCoast Stampers and see Dina's fabulous tutorial on Cards in a Box. She calls them Pop Up Cards in a Box. You can find it here-
I am off to work on more Thank You cards! I did find instructions for a smaller Card in a Box on Pinterest. I will go try it out and let you know how they come out!!