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July 7, 2010

Stationary Box

Good Morning Fellow Crafters. I am Denine from http://pumpkinspiceblog.blogspot.com/ , one of the Gyptians, and very excited to be posting my project today on The Bug Bytes.. (big smiles here)

Well, I recreated a project. Most of you have probably seen these awesome Stationary Boxes. I had been searching for a tutorial and finally found one at Splitcoaststampers. It really takes more time to make the cards and embellishments than the box itself. It is so fun too.. it just appears before your eyes.


I challenges myself to use a different color scheme today. I am normally the girly girl type of combinations. I really liked how this turned out.

I used Sentimentals for the Ink Embellishment, the Phrase "Open Me", the Tags and the Note Cards. I use my CDS to make the cards a 5 x 5. Note: This size is a bit big for the box but it still works.



This is how the Stationary Box opens up... Take the top off and poof...


Isn't it cute. Holds, cards, mini cards, tags, a pen, postage and a note pad.


Here are some other pictures of the items.




4 - 3" tags


4 - 3" x 3" mini note cards



4 - A2 cards (recommended). I used 5" x 5" with envelopes



and a note pad with 10 - 12 blank pages. I just put the slip of paper in so you could get a visual on what the little pocket was for. POSTAGE!!

Really fun to make. If you have not made one yet, give it a shoot. It is so fun and then you have a little something for your craft desk to make you smile... or gift it!

I am actually thinking of writing notes in the cards and telling my husband to send me one every now and again.. LOL

Have a great Day!!

Hugs,
Denine

UPDATE:  Oh My Goodness.. Thank you all so much for your sweet comments.  I posted the link up above for the tutorial at Splitcoaststampers.  I will get the DS upload soon.
Big Blogger Hugs to Everyone!!

19 comments :

Michele said...

I love this!!! I want to make one! Do you have a link for the tutorial? You did fabulous work!

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Your stationary box is lovely! What a nice selection of cards and tags. Thanks for sharing.

Pam aka TheBugBytes said...

Oh my! This is awesome. do please share the link to the tutorial

Lori Apgar said...

What a great stationery set! This would make a great gift!! Love splitcoaststampers!!

Yolonda said...

That is fabulous. You did a great job.

JennyKozar said...

Love this - gonna have to go and look how to make this! Great gift idea.

Kristy said...

WOW! This is amazing!!!! TFS :)

217 Creations said...

Awesome project!!! I love the color combo!

Scrappin' Playground of Dreams said...

Great project Denine!!!! It turned out awesome!!! What a fabulous gift idea...
Thank you for sharing!!!
Trish

sucor said...

Thank you for sharing this awesome project! You did a beautiful job! I want to try this so I'm off to look for the tutorial!

mahuntington said...

Your stationery box is so awesome. Do you have a link for it? I love the colors.

Angji said...

Nice job! I haven't made one of these yet. I do love looking at ones that everyone else does. So pretty! Love the color combinations!

Cricut Green with Envi said...

This is such a super project!! please share your file, I love the DS and you can just do so much, and you make is seem so easy to do with the DS

TFS Awesomeeeeee

Sandy!!!

cowbelleru said...

OMG!!! I can't wait until you post the DS file. This will be so fun to make and even more fun to give as a gift. Thank you for all of your hard work.
cowbelleru@sbcglobal.net

Karen said...

What a fantastic project. I'll definitely be checking out the tutorial! Thanks for sharing and btw, I love the colours!

PenLight said...

Wow, this is amazing. Thank you so much for the opportunity to learn this. IT's fantastic!

4boysisjoy said...

Wonderful! What a great graduation gift idea. Include the postage and maybe you would even get a note back from them. LOL!

aremus said...

This is so cute. Great gift idea.

jhone said...

I like it!
The collection of stationary is appreciative and that makes a good sense of stationeries to be updated.

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