Look what I found yesterday as I was searching around my blog…an UNPULISHED VIDEO!
Oh gosh, I forgot to post it before the Truly Tailored Bundle was retired…
but I know a lot of you have it so I am posting it now:)
Remember a design element on a card can be used with any stamp set, paper, or embellishment you have on hand! At the end of the video, I show you a great little tip to make a neat and tidy bow that I know you will love!
These were the leftover triangles from my Criss Cross Card.
An A2 size card using a cardstock base of 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ scored at 4-1/4″ on the 8-1/2″ side
Mount the two triangles (made from cutting a 4″ x 5-1/4″ piece of DSP in half diagonally) on a piece of 4″ x 5-1/4″ cardstock.
Adhere the diagonal bands down the middle BEFORE adhering the triangle panel to the card base so you can trim off the strips at the corners.
I love to give sweet little treats in cute packaging, it makes even the smallest gift special.
The SU White Lustrous Mini Gable Boxes are just perfect for your gift giving needs.
I made this pretty box using the SU Floral Frames Bundle:
You can not see in the photo but the white mini gable boxes have a shimmery white finish-
just the right touch to make this box out of the ordinary:)
I missed another graduation party of a very special young man named Luke.
I think he was born grown up just like his older brother. He has a bright future ahead of him.
I made him this graduation card using the same Four Panel Screen Template as my last post!
You can see it HERE.
I used the Large Letters and the retired Large Numbers on this card along with the sentiments
from Treehouse with the balloon die cuts from the Candles and Confetti Framelits.
Luke’s school colors are Red, Black and White but you could make any color combination with this design.
Adding in some Glimmer Paper of any color jazzes up the card, don’t you think?