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Since I am giving a a gift certificate I wanted to find a cute way to present it. The couple is registered at Simply Registry. I bought my certificate and once I got the confirmation I printed the e-mail. I modified it in Word and matted it. I adorned it with a cute bow. The certificate and card (5.1/2 w x 8 12/ t) fit perfectly in the gable box. You can buy the SVG files by clicking on the SVG banner in my website. Once you are at SVG Cuts then search for Classic Boxes. I used the gable box.
I used DCVW shimmer stack and chose the purple shimmery paper to make the box. I had the gold metallic trim from a while ago. I used the Tie the Know cartridge to make the monogram letters.
The box measures 10″ wide x 6 1/2″ deep x 9″ tall.
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Made this beautiful card with free SVG files from SVGCuts. Click on the banner to the right and it will take you to their website. Search for “Mary’s Corner – Wedding Card Tutorial for Sure Cuts A Lot”
I used DCWV glitter paper and Martha Stewart flower punches. The swirl stamp is by inkadoodle.
Here is the video on how to make it:
I made these two cards using SVG files from SVG cuts. Just click on the banner to the right and it will take you to their shop where you can buy their graduation files.
The first card was made with the black and glitter papers from Recollections. The cap is an SVG file that comes with your kit. It was cut at 3″. The base card is a 6″ x 6″ card. Note I ran the cap through my Cuttlebug and used the divine swirls folder. I used some gold stickles to add sparkle to the cap. The second one (with the grads silhouettes) was also made with the Recollections silver glitter paper. The card comes pre-measured for you so no need to re-size it. The black and yellow papers are also from Recollections. The silver metallic ribbon is from Michaels as well.
Make sure you click on the first picture and you will get a bigger image.
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I made this cute goodie box with Mary’s SVG School Days file. Just follow my link below to go purchase these cool files. You can cut the school box, a pencil box and a cute card!
I used stickles, foil paper, glitter paper (from DCWV) and my own scallop punches (2.5″ and 2″). I printed the sentiments on my computer and then used the punches to cut them out.
You can go to her Youtube video on how to assemble it.
Here is how the centerpieces and party favors looked at the party