Friday, 20 December 2013

Wishing You Cards and boxes part II

I have finally finished all my Christmas cards. In total I have made a whopping 100 handmade cards! They are all now waiting on the side for my husband to do the delivering (he needs the exercise..ho...ho.) Now you know why I  was absent from blogging for a while
  
For those that didn't attend my 5 cards and boxes class, here are the remaining set of cards that we made, continuing with the present theme.

Like the pet advert 'Not just for Christmas and must be used all year round'!

Cherry cobbler ink and card, gumball green ink and card




Easel card: Baked brown sugar card, gumball green ink and card, cherry cobbler ink and card, extra large oval and decorative label punch, seam binding ribbon in crumb cake, large scallop and circle punches,







There was a choice of papers to create the boxes  The bows are made by gluing several ovals together from the large oval and extra oval punches. For one bow you will need  4 large ovals and 2 extra large ovals



The smaller treat size boxes  were made from just one sheet of  the designer series paper stacks  and scored. The flap was fastened with a velcro dot. These are great for sending little gifts of chocolate or perhaps jewellery

We had great fun making our cards and boxes and I will share some more cards with you over the next few days

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