Bakery Style Box

Hi everyone 🙂

Today I would like to share with you a fantastic box that I found on Elaine Jackson’s site. Its called a Bakery Style Box and is an absolutely brilliant sized. I’m going to fill my boxes with home made biscuits for my sisters and sister-in-law for Christmas.

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I made my box a little bit longer than hers, but its still made the same way and as you can see, you could fit quite a lot inside of this box.

So here are the measurements , cutting diagram and video:

Card stock: 12′ x 12′

score on one side @ 2-1/2′, 5′, 7-1/2′ & 10′

turn to 90 degree and score @ 2-1/2′ & 9-1/2′

Matting panels cut 3 @ 6-3/4′ x 2-1/4′ and cut 1 @ 6-3/4′ x 1-3/4′

Paper panel cut 3 @ 6-5/8′ x 2-1/8′ and cut 1 @ 6-5/8′ x 1-5/8′

the finished measurements for this box are: 2-1/2′ x 2-1/2′ x 7′

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Cut away the purple shaded in areas, as shown in the diagram.

I hope that you give this box a go,

so till next time,

Keep on creating 🙂

 

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Perfectly Pine Quick Card

HI everyone 🙂

I hope that this blog finds you all well.

Last week I had just come back from the Close to My Heart Convention in Adelaide, and what a fantastic time I had with all the others consultants.

So while I was convention, I received some other great news, that my youngest daughter had gone into labor  on the Friday, so I waited patently all weekend to find out who my new grandchild would be as Chloe would not find out what she was having.

Well 5 days later our newest family member arrived.

Bonnie Rae arrived on Wednesday  19th October @ 7:34 pm. 6Lb 6oz (2.9kg)

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Here are a couple of pictures of her and me:)

Now to get on with the card this week.

It’s a very ease Z fold using the Perfectly Pine stamp set (this one has become one of my all time favourite)

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So here are the Measurements and the video:

Basic Card: 5-1/2’ x 4-1/4’ White Daisy X254

Score the 4-1/4’ front section @ 2-1/8’ and fold back on its self

Matting Panel: 2-1/4’ x 2-1/4’ Ruby X5927

Front Panel: 2’ x 2’ White Daisy 1385

Stamp set used: Merry Christmas M1148, Perfectly Pine A1191

Inks used: New England Ivy Z2135, Ruby Z2170, Fern Z2650, Chocolate Z2111 & Cocoa Z2114

  1. Fold and burnish both the fold lines.
  2. Using the Pine Needles stamp and the Fern and New England Ivy inks, and randomly stamp down both the side edges, as shown.
  3. Randomly stamp the pine cones over the top of the pine needles, in Cocoa and Chocolate ink.
  4. Stamp the Merry Christmas in New England Ivy and the flourish in Ruby.
  5. Layer this up onto the Ruby card stock.
  6. Add adhesive to only the left hand side and attach to the front of the card.
  7. Using a Shimmer Brush, add some glitter to the Pine Cones.

I found the original on Pinterest and I thought that our new stamp set would be just perfect for this card. The original was made by Tracey Elsom.

I hope that you like this card and give it a go.

So till next time

Keep on creating 🙂

 

Simple Star Card

HI everyone 🙂

I was scrolling through Pinterest (as you do) and I came across a card made by Leonie Schroder and  I thought that our new Star Thin Cuts would look great on this card.

I just love the clear crisp look of this card and also how quick and easy it is to make.

I have used the New Sea Glass on this card, but you could use any glitter paper and matching ink.

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Basic Card: 5-1/2’ x 4-1/4’ White Daisy 1385

Front Panel: 5-1/4’ x 4’ White Daisy

Glitter Paper: 2-1/4’ x 2-1/4’ Sea Glass Z3240

Medium Star from the Thin Cut Stars Z3261

Merry & Bright from the Perfect Presents Stamp set D1697

Black Journal Pen Z1979

Glue Dots 1/8′ Z2089

Ruler Z1471

  1. Fold and burnish the card.
  2. On the front right hand side, measure down 3-1/2’ and in at 1-1/4’ and make a cross for placement of the star.
  3. Place the star over the top of the cross so that it’s in the middle of the star and run through the Big Shot.
  4. Taking the Merry & Bright stamp. Stamp on to the top left hand side in Juniper or Sea Glass ink.
  5. Taking a journal pen and a ruler. Draw a line from the top down to the top of the star.
  6. Using glue dots on the wrong side of the star cut out, place the glitter paper over the cut out.
  7. Add 3D foam tape to the back and place onto the front of the card.

 

I hope that you like this card and give it a go

so till next time

Keep on creating 🙂

Monster Double Diamond Card

Hi everyone 🙂

I just love this card!!!

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It,s so easy to make. Just a few score lines and it’s made.

 

I’m going to give this one to my grandson Henry for his 5th birthday.

Here are the measurements, instructions and video:

Card stock: 9’ x 4’ Lagoon

Score on the 9’ side @ 2’ & 7’

Score on the 4’ side @ 2’

Matting panel: 2-1/2’ x 2-1/2’ Lagoon

Front panel: 2-1/4’ x 2-1/4’ White Daisy

Small matting side panels: 1-3/4’ x 1-3/4’ cut 4 White Daisy

Small side panels: 1-1/2’ x 1-1/2’ cut 4 (1 each in Pansy, Lemon, Willow & Pacifica)

  1. On the 9’ side, from the 2’ score line. Make a mark @1-1/2’ as shown. Do this on both sides.
  2. From the middle score line and the 2’ score line. Make a mark @ 1/2′ on both ends.
  3. Taking a ruler and scoring tool. Line up the make from the outside 1-1/2’ edge to the 1/2′ mark and score a line. Repeat this step for all the marks, as shown.
  4. Fold and burnish all the score lines (taking care to fold the diagonal score lines back in the opposite direction)
  5. When folding the end pieces back. Hold the 2’ end pieces in your hands and gently push in and fold in half at the same time.
  6. Turn the White Daisy front panel into the diamond side and stamp the Happy Birthday in the middle using Lagoon ink.
  7. Attach to the Lagoon matting panel.
  8. On only the bottom section of the diamond, add adhesive and attach to the middle section of the card, as shown.
  9. Using a scrap piece of White Daisy. Stamp out the 4 little monsters (1 each in Pansy, Lemon, Willow & Pacifica).
  10. Run these through the Big Shot and attach to a different coloured square. Then place them onto the White Daisy matting squares.
  11. Attach these to the four 2’ sections.
  12. If you wish, you could use a Shimmer Brush and gently go over all the monsters, to add a little bit of bling to the card.

Scoring Diagram:

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Products used:

Card stock: Lagoon X5762, White Daisy 1385, Pansy X5782, Willow X5784, Lemon X5785, Pacifica X5759

Inks used: Lagoon Z2895, Pansy Z2804, Willow Z2807, Lemon Z2808,      Pacifica Z2892

Stamp set and Thin Cuts Used: Monstours Halloween Thin Cuts Bundle Z4006

I hope that you like this card. I found it on Pinterest made by Ann’s happy stampers.

So till next time,

Keep on creating 🙂

Cute Little Gift Card Wallet

HI everyone 🙂

Well its getting on to that time of the year where all I do is think about what I can make for Christmas and share with you.

Over the next couple of weeks I have a few quick and easy Christmas card that you can make in a flash.

So I hope that you like this little project today.

Todays project is this very cute little gift card wallet

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This one is made using the Oh Deer! paper  and New England Ivy card stock.

The one I’m making today is using the City Side Walk paper and Willow card stock.

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So here are the measurements, instructions and video:

Card stock: 4’ x 3-1/4’ New England Ivy

Paper: 4’ x 10-1/2′ “Oh Deer” paper

Score on the 10-1/2’ side @ 3’, 5-1/4’ & 7-1/2’

Inside Panels:

New England Ivy: 2-1/2 x 1-3/4’

                                2-3/4’ x 2-1/4’

White Daisy: 2-1/4’ x 1-1/2’

2-1/2’ x 2’

Enough White & Gold twine to go around the gift card 3 times. (This is about 28’ long)

1/8’ Hole punch

1x circle cut @ 1-1/2’ in New England Ivy

1x circle cut @ 1-1/4’ in White Daisy

  1. Fold and burnish all the score lines as Mountain, Valley & Mountain.
  2. Add glue to the two side and bottom, as shown.
  3. Fold section closed and trim of 1/8’ on the folded edge so that it forms a pocket in the middle. Using the thumb notch punch, punch out the notch on the pocket section.
  4. Using a corner rounder. Round all the corners and the inside pocket as well.
  5. Attach the wallet to the card stock so that it lines up on one side and has a 1/4′ edge on the open side.
  6. Round two of the corners on the open side of the card stock as well.
  7. Take a 1/8’ Hole punch and punch a hole @ the 2’ mark on the long side of the card stock, as shown.
  8. On the small White Daisy piece, stamp the Merry Christmas and on the larger piece, stamp the “To & From“, then attach to the New England Ivy pieces that match.
  9. Attach these to the inside of the wallet.
  10. Using the “A little gift for you” stamp on to the 1-1/4’ White Daisy circle in New England Ivy ink.
  11. Attach to the New England Ivy 1-1/2’ circle using 3D foam tape and attach to the top right hand corner of the wallet.
  12. Tie a knot on both ends of the twine and thread one end through the hole leaving about 4’, then wrap the remanding twine around the wallet three times and tie in a bow to finish.

 

Products used:

Card stock: Willow X5784, New England Ivy X5777

Papers: City Sidewalk X7213B, Oh Deer! X7214B

Inks: Willow Z2807, New England Ivy Z2835

Glitter paper: Red Z3241

Stamp sets: Jolly Holiday C1654, Perfect Presents D1697, Merry Christmas M1148

This project can be made in any paper and given to someone for their birthday, graduation, engagement or wedding.

I hope that you give this cute little wallet a go 😉

So till next time.

Keep on creating:)