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Friday, June 17, 2016

BOX CARDS



I have been going goo goo for the new All Occasion Box Card Cartridge from Lori Whitlock.  So here are several I have done in the last month or two.  They include Birthday, Graduation, Mother’s Day, Baby, and Wedding.  Love, love, love these box cards. 
MOTHER'S DAY CARD

 They fold up flat and the flaps flip up to keep safe for mailing.!
 I used some clear left over packaging and cut strips to give a “floating image”.

WEDDING CARD

Added embossing from an Anna Griffin Folder and some mini pearls for an extra touch - lovely! 


FOR THE GRADUATE

I added some of my own cuts for the "Class of 2016" and some balloons that were not on the original cut file.

Gift card holder added to back of box.




WELCOME LITTLE ONE



I added a coordinating gift card holder for these. 


HAPPY BIRTHDAY (sharing this with The Paper Players blog)

I welded two pieces together, added a fold line to give a little spot for a personnel note
Sharing this one on The Paper Players

I used the clear plastic here for the base -  love how the explore can cut through so many materials.

I used left over packaging strips again to give a “floating image”.  
I added addition Cricut cuts to come of these to give them my own touch. .

This cartridge is not included in Cricut Access and requires an additional purchase -  It is so worth it for these cute pop up boxes.


I will be posting a few more of my own designs soon.   


5 comments:

  1. Your pop up cards are absolutely fabulous! So glad you shared one with the Paper Players!

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    1. Thank You - glad to share, and glad I found Paper Players - so many talented crafters!

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  2. What amazing projects! So festive and fun. Thanks for celebrating our 300th challenge at The paper Players!

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  3. How fun are those cards. What a great way to showcase this technique. So glad you joined us at the Paper Players this week to help us celebrate
    Jaydee

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