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Monday, June 25, 2012

Card Purses

These are 3 of the card purses I've made recently. So easy to make and a very nice gift. Inside holds 8-10 cards and envelopes.
The top one is stamped and colored with copics, the background is lightly airbrushed.
The middle one is designer paper and a corner brad for the tip. 
Bottom one is stamped and colored with copics.
Can't wait to take the copic classes next month!

Sunday, January 15, 2012

Copic Marker Case

My Copic marker collection has grown! I've had to design a new case for them. I got the idea from a post on SCS. The one there was in a plastic case and too big for my collection. I didn't want to carry around more stuff than I have to so I made mine to fit into a bag I already have. Because of the foam board box my case will also stand alone on my desk at home.

Here it is empty. Made out of foam board ($ Store) and plastic light covers(Home Depot). Glued and pinned for extra strength. Measures 11.5x7.5 and holds 160 markers. Yay! Room for more! 

Here it is with my markers. Aren't they pretty! I just love all of the Copic colors.
Here they are, all packed up and ready to go!

Origami Bow

Just made this little bow and it's so cute! I found the video tutorial here:
It's fast and easy to make. Enjoy!

Friday, January 13, 2012

Valentine Treat Box Card

 I got the idea for this card here:
I made my card smaller to get two out of one 12x12 sheet and used Design Studio to create different fronts for the treat box window. I'll be posting some of those as I get them made. (I tend to do more designing than actual creating! lol) This card would be awesome with a coffee theme and coffee gift card, yes? Or how about Birthdays? Favorite candy and a gift card :)

Pattern for scoring, folding and cutting lines. I chose to cut the corner at a diagonal but you don't have to. I covered the window cutout with a clear transparency sheet, glued the bottom and side of the box but not the top.
Link to the cricut cutfile: