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Envelope Liner Box

I have had lots of requests for the instructions to make this cute little gift box.   It can be used to hold a gift just like the one below.

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Or you can use it to hold Christmas Cards and give it as a gift.  I think these would make fabulous Teacher Gifts.

002I have included a free tutorial to make the Christmas Cards as well – see below.

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Christmas Cards

These are the instructions we used in class to make the five cards that I designed to go in the Envelope Liner Box.

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Chocolate Bar Holder

I love the way this little chocolate bar holder turned out.  You will need to use the small choceur chocolate bars you get at Aldi, they come in a pack of five chocolate bars.

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Christmas Framed Art

This is my framed art piece for Christmas 2013.  I hope that you enjoy creating this project to add to your Christmas decorating this year.

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Butterflies and Roses Card

This is a card we made at a recent class.  I think the butterflies and roses go together so well.  Please enjoy this free tutorial.

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Flower Card Tutorial

This tutorial gives you the instructions to make the card but it also gives specific instructions as to how I make my flowers.  I love to take my punches and die cuts and turn them into gorgeous 3d flowers.  I hope that you have as much fun making them as I do.

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Easter Basket Tutorial

I am especially proud of this Easter Basket as I haven’t seen anything like it elsewhere.  I think it is very cut basket and lends itself to all sorts of occasions and embellishment.  My tutorial gives you a couple of examples of how I embellished my baskets.  I’m sure that you will find lots of uses for this cute little basket.

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Gift Bag Class

Some of the products used in this class are retiring or have retired, however, they can easily be swapped for items you have on hand.  The instructions for most of the items in the Gift Bag can be found in many places on the internet, these are merely my versions.

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Christmas Ornament Shaker Card

This gives step by step instructions to re-create this Christmas Ornament Shaker Card.

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Christmas Ornament

This is my version of the Ornaments featured in the Holiday Mini 2012.  My tutorial was designed to be made in a class setting, so does not use a hot glue gun.  If you have one, it would be a much quicker project to assemble.

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Christmas Ornament Presentation Box

This box is designed to present your Christmas Ornament as a gift for someone special.

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. July 29, 2012 4:49 am

    Thanks for sharing this tutorial…..

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  2. November 26, 2013 4:35 pm

    Bellísima tarjeta navideña, estoy segura que formará parte de los tesoros que se guardan para siempre. ¡Felicidades y gracias por compartirlo!
    Gorgeous Christmas card, I’m sure that will be part of the treasures that are kept forever.Congratulations and thanks for sharing!

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  3. debbie permalink
    February 7, 2014 8:03 am

    Do you have a tutorial for the high heel birthday card?

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