Tuesday, June 22, 2010

For The Birthday Princess!


Hi all!

I have been playing with my new Magnolia stamps again, that I purchased at a recent stamp show. I have also been having fun playing with a few new construction cards and boxes.


First up I have a card that is called the Magical Marquee card that I learnt recently, funny enough this is also this week's technique challenge over on SCS, but I actually have had this card made for over a week LOL! You can find a tutorial on how to create one of these on Jan Tinklenberg's blog …. here you can see my card closed and it shows the “For a Birthday Princess” sentiment in the front.


Open up the card and the sentiment disappears and you have a birthday cake!

I have been having lots of fun with this card so don’t be surprised if you see a few more of them in the next few weeks!


My second project is a post it note holder booklet to match my card.


Here is my post it note booklet open. The tab at the top of the post it note book was created using my curly label punch …. just line up the brackets when you are punch and punch on either edge of the card and you get this fabulous tab you can use to close your book.


And finally a box … I call this a collapsible box for want of a better name … not sure if it has any other name as it is something I saw recently that a friend received.


Here is another view of my box. The brad helps keep the box closed.


And finally here is my box opened, it will actually fold flat if you wanted it too but I didn’t take a photo of that.

Stamps: Princess Tilda – Magnolia Stamps
Paper: White; Pink; Dark Pink; Yellow; DP
Other: Black Ink; Circle Punch; Scallop Circle Punch; Flowers; Scorpal; Glitter Glue; Word Window Punch; Curly Label Punch; Brad; Foam Tape; Copics



Cindy Haffner said...

What COOL projects Frances!!

Silli said...

WOW Frances, what a fabulous set, love the note holder and the card, the box is beautiful...;-) Great work. Happy day!

Silke Ledlow said...

Frances this is WOW!!! What a fabulous Set!!! The magnolia image is so precious and you colored her look so beautifully!!! Hugs ~S~

Joanne (jojot) said...

wow...she is a beauty of a princess and you have given her such beautiful 'homes' with all these projects

Jocelyn aka JoBear2 said...

What a beautiful set Frances! Amazing work. And so pretty! Any little girl would LOVE this set.