Saturday, 8 November 2014
A little fiddly getting the letters straight even with the Magnetic plate (jumping issue due the magnets) so on the first card I just let them go the way they wanted pretty much, but still happy with the result.
The Thank you card took some patience & tape to hold in place before running through the Bigshot but worth it.
Thursday, 30 October 2014
Santa Stache is such a cute fun set when teamed with the coordinating Mustache framelit. "Good Greetings" is still available for free with a $300 order.
A little coloring in with Blendabilities, I love the mini brads in the collar & snow flake frosted sequins on the hat.
Sunday, 26 October 2014
Wednesday, 1 October 2014
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Friday, 26 September 2014
Pacific Point & Gold wraps this bar of Lindt Chocolate just perfectly. I will be making a few for a work Christmas party but this one is for a friend to say a little Thanks.
It's so easy to put a slider box together, just with a bone folder create a pattern using the edges of the chocolate bar to measure where the folds need to be on the card stock, like tracing.
On this slider the Pacific Point cs measures 8 3/16" x 3 3/8", scored in 1/4" from 3 sides, the Vellum is cut at 7 11/16" scored at 1/4" along 2 sides.
A couple of snips for the tabs at the bottom of the box & some adhering to assemble, the Ribbon is Stampin' Up's! Gold satin, so easy to tie bows with this ribbon, I adhered a couple of glue dots to the ribbon to keep it on the bar so the recipient will see it actually slides the chocolate bar out.