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Tuesday, July 2, 2013

My Bestie On The Card Box Front

Hi all you crafty ladies an gents.  I would like to show you what I made to put my cards into to sell them.  This is a box I made from a templet on the internet.  I redesigned it a bit to fit my needs.  It is made out of heavy card stock but it really wasn't sturdy so I decided to use some of the card board that is on the back of my packs of water color paper that I use to color my digi's.  I cut it to fit both the top of the box and the bottom of the box.  Then I glued the same paper over the card board as I made the box out of.  It makes it much sturdier.  I cover the out side of the top of the box with some ribbon that I got in a win of a blog hop for challenge.  I added the dp and it is from color box and the cut out is a spellbinders die cut.  I used glitter paper for this for bling.  I got the bestie from Scrapbook Stamp Society.  Shari Baldy is so talented.  I got the pretty flowers from Craftycity.com and love them.  They were the perfect flowers to match her dress.  The leaves I cut off a bunch of flowers that I bought at Joannes on sale.  I really hope you like my little project and will give it a try as well.  Happy Crafting everyone. Going to enter this into the anything goes Challenge at http://www.craftdoormagazine.com/

6 comments:

  1. Great Box!!! love the image you chose to put on it too!!

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  2. Linda,
    The front is great, what does the rest of it look like?
    Peace,
    Kristy

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  3. Hi, Linda! Your little Besties girl is adorable! Love the colors you've chosen, and all the sparkliness on your card. So pretty with the yellow-gold colors. I wanted to thank you for visiting my blog today - I really appreciate your kind comments. hugs, de

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  4. Such a cutie card Linda well done .
    Thank you for joining us for our "THROUGH THE CRAFTROOM DOOR" challenge this week and GOOD LUCK .
    Hugs Elaine

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  5. great box Linda!!
    The flowers are gorgeous!!
    Thanks for joining the TTCRD challenges!
    Hugs,Sandra

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