Happy Sunday Crafters!
Made this girly gift box using my favorite SVGCuts! I used my purse that I bought in Vienna Austria as an inspiration. Click on the banner to the right and it will take you to their site if you want to buy the file. I used the Playful Parlor collection and chose the “Playful gift bag.” I customize it by using satin cord and creating a strap for it to make it look more like a real purse. All the files come pre-measured for you so need to configure them. The finish box is 9.5″ wide x 4.5″ deep x 6 1/4″ tall.
Of course you can always buy the beautiful satin flowers at my shop to finish it up: http://store.ldmcreations.com/
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Made these cute check holders (to put your checks and give them as gifts to your loved ones) using ECLA and my Eclips. You can buy the digital files which will be posted in the store link.
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Well… it is summer time and what better way to celebrate it than by making a cute beachy card! I made this cute and simple card using paper piercing patterns from Scrapbooks Etc (the video will show you the link). I used DCWV Tahiti 6×6 stack, stamps and Jolee’s Boutique’s shell stickers.
Here is the video on how to make it
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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