Thursday, September 19, 2013

Christmas Messages Folder Card

Hi Stampers,
I started putting this post on the blog for you last night, but I was just so tired I couldn't even think straight anymore.  So, I just had to quit and just go to bed and finish publishing it for you this afternoon.  Well...anyways, here it is!  This was such a fun folder card to make.  I actually made it using the new Stampin' Up!© Envelope Punch Board.  Can you believe it???, WOW.  First that Envelope Board makes fantastic envelopes every time, then it is capable of making liners for the envelopes, and now it is able to make folders too. How cool is that?   A Must Have Item!!!  If you have any questions on how to make the card, email me or leave me a comment and I'll be happy to get back to you.  I also put a video of the punch board in action at the end of this post.




Supplies
Old Olive Cardstock #100702
  • 5 1/2” x 8 1/2”   (score at 4 1/4”)
Season of Style DS Cardstock #1321
  • 3 3/4” x 5 1/2”
Cherry Cobbler Cardstock #119685
  • Punch  (1) tab from the Artisan punch
Whisper White Cardstock #100730
  • 3 1/2” x 5” for inside note card, and circle from #5 framelit die cut.
Envelope Punch Board #133774

Circle Framelits Collection #130911

Artisan Punch #130920

Christmas Messages Stamp Set #1331793
Cherry Cobbler Ink #126966
Stapler
Dimensionals #10443
Old Olive Ribbon
Washi Tape
Envelope Punch Board
 
WATCH THE VIDEO AND SEE IT IN ACTION
   

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4 comments:

  1. Love it and would love the instructions, 'cause I'm that kinda girl.

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    1. I'm so glad that you love it!. I have typed it out and have it in a pdf file for you. Can you email me at craftyandcreativeideas@gmail.com and I will reply back and send the pdf directions file to you. Thank s a bunch, Sharon

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  2. This card is ingenuous - looks like a mini file folder. It was fun to make!

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