Tutorial Thursday Stationery Box with CTMH Cut Above Cards and Tags

I had a lot of fun making this beautiful CTMH Bashful color stationery box with CTMH Cut Above cards and tags. I stamped the cards and tags.  I made the stationery box loosely following a tutorial on Splitcoasters.

1. Cut a piece of 12 x 12 inches piece of CTMH Bashful card stock. Score at 5 inches and 7 inches. Turn paper 90 degrees and score at 3 inches and 9 inches in the other direction.

2. Cut the sides to score lines. Fold these cut pieces into the center of the box and glue down for extra support. This becomes the bottom of the stationery box.

3. Cut 1 3/4 inches off each side of the two top panels only. Score the bottom panels at 1 inch and 11 inches.

4.Cut a piece of 8 1/2 inches x 4 1/4 inches of CTMH Bashful card stock. Score both short sides and one of the long sides at 1 1/4 inches. Trim the corners of this piece and apply glue to the scored sections. Fold up the top of the card box and attach this piece to the box to form the holder for the cards.

5. Cut a piece of 8 1/2 inches x 2 inches piece of CTMH Bashful card stock. Socre both short sides at 1/2 inch and 1 inch from each end. Apply glue along the outer score section area and attach to the front of the card holder.

6. For the top of the box cut a piece of CTMG Bashful card stock at 10 1/8 inches x 6 1/8 inches and score at 2 inches on all sides. Cut the vertical score line up to the horizontal score line and trim the corners. Fold the ends up to form the lid and glue in place.

7. Cut gold foil paper 1/8 inches smaller than all sides of the box and box cover and glue into place. Cut CTMH Bashful glitter paper 1/4 inches smaller than all sides of the box and box cover and glue on top of the gold foil paper.

8. Stamp, die cut, and mold three sets of Heartfelt Creations Classic Roses. Die cut one set of Heartfelt Creations Classic Rose vines in gold foil. Arrange roses and vines on the top and side of the box top.

What do you think of the stationery box? I am entering it in the a2Z Scrapbooking Anything Red and/or Pink Challenge.

 

 

Tutorial Thursday Easel Card

I loved making this easel card with Heartfelt Creations Lush Lilac stamps and die. I thought it was a perfect card for consideration in the Color Throwdown Challenge. It is one of a series of four easel cards I made. You can make this set of cards by cutingt four pieces of white cardstock 4 inches by 4 inches and four pieces of white cardstock 4 inches x 8 inches. Score the 4 inches x 8 inches pieces at 2 inches and 4 inches. Die cut two birdcages from white cardstock. Stamp, die cut and color four lilac images and four of the sign with sayings with berry burst, powder pink, sweet sugarplum and lemon lime twist ink. Cut four pieces lavender paper from the paper collection at 3 3/4 inches by 3 3/4 inches. Glue the lavender paper to the front of each 4 inches by 4 inches white cardstock. Glue the 4 inches by 4 inches pieces to the front two-inch fold of the 4 inches x 8 inches white cardstock to form the front of each of the easel cards. Glue the white cardstock birdcages to the front of two of the cards. Glue one of each of the images to the front of the card. On the inside lower panel glue the saying panel to assist in holding the easel card open. What do you think of the card?

Tutorial Thursday Heartfelt Creations Wildwood Cottage Flower Card

This 5 1/2 inches by 4 1/4 inches card is stamped, colored, die cut using Heartfelt Creations Wildwood Cottage stamp set and die set. The border at the bottom of the card is die cut using Heartfelt Creations Fleur Borders and Pocket die. The card has a black cardstock border cut at 5 3/8 inches by 4 1/8 inches and white cardstock cut at 5 1/4 inches by 4 inches. I am entering this in the Addicted to Stamps and More Make Your Mark Challenge. What do you think of this card?

Winner Wednesday Heartfelt Creations Boots, Blossoms and Rainbows

Boots Blossoms and Rainbows

Boots Blossoms and Rainbows
Products Used

Designer Dries Clear Adhesive, 159723
Metal Tip for Adhesive Bottles, 352854
3-D Crystal Lacquer, 3D1844
Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit, HCST1-401
Cut’N’Boss Machine Teresa Collins Edition, 105637
Glue Tip Pins, PIN6
Classic Border Basics Die, HCD1-7119
6″ x 6″ Foldout Cards-White, HCCF1-445-2
12 x 12 Cardstock Pack of 25 – White, HCPP3-452
Stack and Store Daubers-Pack of 30, HCDA2-450
Raindrop Sentiments Cling Stamp Set, HCPC-3812
Rain Boots and Blossoms Cling Stamp Set, HCPC-3811
Songs of Spring Cling Stamp Set, HCPC-3810
Singing in the Rain Cling Stamp Set, HCPC-3809
Singing in the Rain Paper Collection, HCDP1-286
Rain Boots and Blossoms Die, HCD1-7169
Songs of Spring Die, HCD1-7168
Singing in the Rain Die, HCD1-7167

Other Products: Stampin Up Early Expresso, Cherry Cobbler, Night of Navy. Garden Green, Pumpkin Pie and Marina Mist Ink. Powder Puff, Island Indigo.

For more tips on creating with the Singing in the Rain collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/_J85LChrXSs.

Instructions: Stamp and color with Stampin Up Early Expresso, Cherry Cobbler, Night of Navy, Garden Green, Pumpkin Pie, Marina Mist, Powder Puff, Island Indigo ink three boots, umbrella, flowers, and rainbow images. Cut out with the coordinating dies and shape with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit.

After coloring the rainbow image, apply the 3D lacquer and set aside to dry.

Prepare paper for each of the foldout sections of the card base with Singing in the Rain paper collection. Cut out using the Classic Border Basics Die and adhere with dries clear adhesive.

Arrange three boots on the first layer of the card. Place the umbrella and the bunch of small flowers on the third front panel and arrange the rainbow on the back front panel. See photo for placement of the images.

I am entering this in the Anything Goes Die Cuttin Divas Challenge.

Created by: Pamela Korte

Tutorial Thursday Graphic 45 Perpetual Calendar Cube

I have seen several tutorial on Pinterest for these perpetual calendar cubes and decided to make one from Graphic 45 paper. The measurements for this cube are attached in the images below that I found at: frommycraftroom.blogspot.ca

Here's how to make a Perpetual Calendar Blocks similar to the one I made below and posted a while back HERE . These are the separate pi...

The cubes are made from black cardstock and covered with white cardstock 1 7/8 inches by 1 7/8 inches and the covered with Graphic 45 paper at 1 3/4 inches by 1 3/4 inches. I then covered the blocks with the Graphic 45 number stamps.

Here's how to make a Perpetual Calendar Blocks similar to the one I made below and posted a while back HERE . These are the separate pi...

The display case was made from black cardstock then covered with white cardstock and Graphic 45 paper.

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The bottom and back platforms were made with black cardstock.

 

Here's how to make a Perpetual Calendar Blocks similar to the one I made below and posted a while back HERE . These are the separate pi...

I made my monthly bar black from black cardstock and covered with Graphic 45 paper. Then I cut out the month from the Graphic 45 paper and added the month!

Hope you enjoy my perpetual calendar cube! This is being entered in the Addicted to Stamps and More Anything Goes Challenge.

Tutorial Thursday Heartfelt Creations CAS Singing in the Rain Card

This 4 1/4 inches x 5 1/2 inches white cardstock card was made with Heartfelt Creations stamps and dies. I have been in a simple but elegant phase for making cards lately! I want to show off some of the wonderful variety of flowers stamps with corresponding dies so there is no fussy cutting. This card is great for someone who wants to learn how to stamp, color with red and green markers and use a die for the flowers and white background fancy window for the first time!  This makes a great Christmas card that takes about 15 minutes to make the card. What do you think of this card? I am entering the card in the Pause Dream Enjoy Photo Inspiration Challenge.

Tutorial Thursday Tri Panel Card

This tri panel card is an, easy and fun project that can easily be completed in under thirty minutes. Here are the directions to make this tri panel card with dies.

1. For the card place the card with the fold on the left.  Attach background paper and then die cut the shape for the window in the middle of the card. Attach gold dazzle to the right side of the card as a border.

2.On the right panel die cut the bear and color. Die cut the sentiment. Attach background paper and then die cut shape and sentiment.

3. For the inside panel, die cut the label and stamp the sentiment.  Attach the background paper and then the label with sentiment to the inside center panel.

I am entering this to the Anything Goes Challenge at Cute Card Thursday.

I would love to know what you think of this tri panel card.Would you like to see more projects and directions for different styles of cards?

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