Monday, 19 March 2012

Cool card carrier

Wow, busy week with a SU party, a team meeting and a class - that's a lot in one week for me! But before I show you what we made at the class, here's the rather whizzy carrier I made for the cards shown in the last two posts – fun, isn’t it? Naturally I didn’t think of this myself, it was shown to me by the ├╝ber-talented Kelly, friend and former downline.


It’s made from a single sheet of Designer Series Paper, folded. You punch holes in the top and tie it together so that it stands up.

I am thinking some of you might like this as a class... yes? Let me know please!  It looks a little cluttered like this so I am thinking a slightly smaller one would be better, made to hold smaller cards of course.

NB: I don't currently have instructions or a template to make this but when I make one for the class (possibly in June) I will be happy to provide one. 

Supplies: Everyday Enchantment Designer Series Paper (SAB), Lucky Limeade Ruffled Ribbon, Crop-A-Dile™

For card supplies and details, please see previous two blog posts.

All products by Stampin’ Up!®

3 comments:

  1. Sweet - perhaps you can show me if I pop over? :)

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  2. How sweet is this?! What a handy little holder for giving cards as gifts!

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  3. The carrier looks great! Can you share how it's done, please? You can email me at cbryndzia@comcast.net. Thanks for all the lovely cards and projects that you share with us.

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