Wednesday, December 14, 2011

December Class Projects

I thought I’d get these projects published on here in case you all want to get some made for the holidays!

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We designed this cute little box to hold more than just a gift card. 

Cardstock is Garden Green and the Designer Paper is from Frostwood Lodge.

Ribbon is Cherry Cobbler Scalloped Polka Dot.


Outside piece 4 1/4 X 11 inches and is  scored at 1 1/4, 1 3/4, 5, 6, 9 1/4, 9 3/4

Be sure to put the ends together and  punch the large oval punch for handle before you glue the pouches in.

Inside pouches (2 of them) 5 1/2 X 3 3/4
Score 3 sides at 1/4 inch and 3/4 inch then cut out the 2 corners.  Insert pouches inside at the 5 and 6 inch scoring marks making sure that the outside will fold well before glue dries.  I use Tombow multipurpose liquid glue because it dries pretty fast.  We sell this great product!

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This cute little number originated as a swap at my meeting by Heather Forberger!  I had to change the stamp cause I didn’t have the one she used.


Check out the back:


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I copied this great card by Wendy Wexler!

Has this great little door….

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done with the peek-a-boo frame die. Designer Paper is Frostwood lodge.  This ribbon is the Quilted Satin ribbon---all the supplies from the holiday mini. 


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This little treat pouch is made with the top note die and a small lunch bag (cut off the top).

Colors: Poppy Parade and Early Espresso


If you are still in need of some of these supplies from the Holiday Mini catalog, be sure to get yours now because that mini becomes obsolete very soon!

Click here to place order now



Djamaine said...

Love the little box and the round scallop gift card holder is a really neat idea-and easy! Could you post or email me the measurements/instructions for the little box? I appreciate it.

Merry Christmas!! Hope to see you in early Jan. I'll call when I get there.

Debbie A.

Cindy Fodor said...

Hi Debbie, Thank you--- I've added the measurements for you!

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