I'm so excited about this post because I'm using the newest collection from Magnolia called Lost and Found. They are ADORABLE!!!
Diana has the entire collection in both regular and mini size and lots of dies and accessories as well. Please drop by her shop before they are sold out and need to back order.
So my project is yet another box project, but it's not your regular "box" box! This is a Gift Card and Envelope Booklet. It's so cool. I found the video on YouTube and just had to give it a try. I had all the components of this project completed and was loving it so much, but had to wait for my Maggie's to arrive. So let me not waste any more time gabbing and get to the photos.
This first photo is the Booklet closed up so you see the front all decorated.
Here is the top of the Booklet showing the pretty paper bow
I made using my Envelope Punch Board.
Here is what it looks like when you open the top flap. As you can see
I used Velcro to hold the Booklet closed.
The inside unfolds and is actually two pockets that are 1/2" deep to hold the
sweet Note Cards. You can put the Note Cards in the bottom pocket and the envelopes in the top. I just decided to do it as you see here.
I'm sorry my pictures aren't the greatest, please bear with me through them.
Here is the complete set of cards with one envelope open to show you that I added a lining
of matching DP inside each envelope.
This first little Note Card is Tilda With Fantasy Flowers.
Next I have used Tilda with Large Balloon.
I added a few punched hearts to this card just for fun.
Next Is Tilda with Spring Heart.
And last but not least is Write a Message Tilda. And look, Tilda is winking!
Finally, here is what I did with the inside of each card.
There is space on the lower panel to write a personal note.
Here is a list of ingredients used to make this delicious project:
CS - SU Rose Red, Bazzill White and Black, Cryogen White, Silver
DP - Panduro "Tilda" Winterbird
Ink - Copic Markers, Memento Tuxedo Black
Spellbinder dies, Envelope Punch Board (We R Memory Keepers)
Marianne Leaf Die
Flowers and Lace - stash
Adhesives - ScorTape, Beacon's glue, Zots
So, now I'm back to my crafting table to see what delightful box I can come up with for next week.
Thanks for dropping by to see my latest project.
Enjoying the journey,