Wednesday, September 2, 2009

I promise this is the last one!

I am sure by now you are all sick of me using this stamp set and paper, but I promise this is the last one. Number one, because I used up almost every last little scrap creating this little project and Number two, I just wouldn't do that to you guys! LOL! Yesterday I had mentioned that I would probably just throw the scraps away, but as I got thinking about the doorprize I would be making, it made sense to just use them up on this 3 by 3 notecard set and box.

The box is 3 1/4 by 3 1/4 and then 1 1/2 inches on each side. The flap is secured with a velcro dot and the entire focal image lifts up with the flap. I had so much fun making yesterday's card, so I decided to use the same concepts and design features for this project.

I actually made 5 little 3 by 3 notecards to tuck inside with accompanying envelopes, but I guess I didn't photograph all 5. I hope that the PTA ladies will like it. Actually, we now have one man who comes to the meetings, so maybe his wife might like it? LOL! Before school started, I went to Bath and Body Works to get some other things for door prizes and I told the worker that it was all ladies, so I didn't need to worry about anything manly and then what do you know? A man shows up! LOL!

I had fun with this little project and I can feel my creative juices finally coming back. The more I stamp just for fun, the more the creativity starts flowing. Thanks for fluttering by!

Stamps: Friends {24-7}, Pocket Silhouettes, Art by Design, Thank you kindly

Ink: Chocolate Chip, Baja Breeze. Kiwi Kiss, So Saffron, Always Artichoke

Paper: Parisian Breeze DSP, Chocolate Chip, Naturals White

Accessories: Assorted Buttons, glue dots, silver gems, ribbon by Offray, SU! and Target, crop-a-dile, ticket corner punch, corner rounder, sponge, bone folder, paper piercer, crystal effects


Shabby Horse said...

These little cards are so neat! I love the whole project. I love the Friends 24-7 stamp set, and you did a great job with it!

JeanFB said...

Wow, Kelly, so glad you didn't throw away those scraps.... these cards are wonderful! I love how the whole box front opens up, and all the wonderful little details you put into the set (happy that I clicked on the photos to make them bigger - don't want to miss anything. :)) TFS

Gina F said...

No, please don't stop, keep'em coming!!!They're so beautiful!!!
TKS....Gina F

Stephanie said...

That paper is my favorite and I love that stamp set as well! Your creations are just lovely, I am sure the recipients will enjoy receiving them. That little box was especially clever!

ArtisticInkspirations said...

don't stop now you're on a roll!! I love this set!! Keep it up!! Connie in NM

Cynthia said...

What a great feeling to use up your scraps AND make such gorgeous creations!!!! Wahoo for you!

Amy said...

Oh, Kelly, this set is just sweet and gorgeous as can be! All the little details are so you, and just perfect!

carole said...

absolutely perfectly gorgeous.
you are amazing. :)

Vicki said...

I love what you did with your scraps. I never quite know what to do with it and before you know it, the pile is huge but I just can never part with it. You have inspired me to do up some 3x3 cards. I love that paper and wish they still had it. I am hording some for a rainy day! Thanks for sharing your ideas Kelly. I also love the little box. You are so talented.

joyk said... is just more gorgeous than the other. Don't think it is possible to get tired of this beautiful set!

Anonymous said...

These cards are beautiful. Do you have a tutorial on this box. If so would you please share it. These would make beautiful gifts for my friends.