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August 24, 2012

Back to School

It's back to school and I wanted to share a project which my son made (with a tiny bit of help from me)
I finally went up and updated my Imagine and made stuff using it all the while keeping my fingers crossed.
I got a couple of cartridges in eBay in the wee hours of night. That's a bad time lurking there as you cant resist. One of them was TBBM2 and the other was greeting cards.
So I decided to break open TBBM2 and print and cut. After silhouette you can say I love print and cut. But with this cartridge I wish I had just printed like a paper and used expression to cut as I haven't figured out a way to do scoring lines with Imagine.
But with the booklet it was kind of easy to figure out scoring lines.
The elements in the card was all chosen by my son  and so was the box and it's pattern

The imagine cartridge  was Imagine more (I think) for pattern and card and alarm clock.

The label is nestability label 20 with just right stamps for label 20 - fleur de lis.

The inside of the card - The sentiment inside was dictated by my son. I just stamped and tied the bows and he helped with assembling.

The envelope - stamped the just right stamp on an ivory envelope and added the flat bow.

The box

There was a gap on the sides and as I did not want my candies to fall off I just cut an inch square and pasted it

Hope you enjoyed this project.
And please if you have a trick to scoring with Imagine please do share.

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Michelle said...

Love the project, be careful you could get your son addicted to crafting too :)

Pam said...

Thanks Michelle. And ahh! my son is already addicted. He has his own bug and uses my SD too

MelodyR aka Ry&MysMom said...

Pam, oh Pam! You were so brave to update your Imagine - I didn't know you kept that big paper weight still (LOL I should talk, huh? I can't seem to get the nerves to part with mine either. I currently use mine to prop up my Cameo). Anyway, your son did a wonderful job with this project. I love the paper pattern!

Karons Krafty Korner said...

Such a great card and I love the box - awesome.

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