Today’s project “A Box Of Cards” was designed for me by a friend and member of my team, Jane Harry. She has done a fabulous job for me. I gave her the papers, card stock, stamps, ribbon and box and she came up with this wonderful idea.
A box full of cards! You can easily fit 8 cards into one of these new Bakers Boxes. She made envelopes to match too! How cute is that?
A Box Of Cards For Christmas
Look at the variety you can achieve with this one stamp set and punch! They are light, bright and fun. Just stamp and go, or add some colour in the detail designs. The choice is yours.
Here we have some heat embossing to match the gold on the baubles! I love the fact you can dress this set up or keep it simple! You can make a box of cards for Christmas as a gift or just to keep your own cards in ready to send!
If you want to make these cards at home, here are the products you need! Have fun making A Box Of Cards for your Christmas cards too!
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