Wednesday, February 11, 2009

I am teaching my stamp club group how to make this cute stationary box next Friday.
Kim found this idea here - Stationary Box. Here's how my trail run turned out.
I used the scraps left over from creating the box to make the note cards and tags. I used two 12"x12" white cardstock and one 12"x12" designer paper to make everything. Plus the ribbon, stamps, and ink, of course.
When you slide off the lid the front flap opens up to reveal a place for a pen, postage stamps, a notepad, 4"x6" cards and envelopes, 3"x3" note cards, and tags. What a great way to store everything you need to send a quick note all in one place!
I used the Delightful Dots designer series paper, the Polka Dot Punches stamp set, and the ribbon bundle from the Sale-a-bration catalog. I also used the Cheep Talk stamp set for one of the note cards.
Click here for more details about this stamp set.
This would also make a really great gift. I think I'm going to make my mom and grandmother each one for Mother's Day.

I have 4, yes, FOUR boxes of supplies on there way to my house! They are supposed to arrive on Friday. Friday the 13th must be my lucky day! I'll be a stamping and scrapping fool once my goodies make themselves at home on my scrap desk.


Amy said...

That is really cute and handy. It would make a great gift.

Stacey said...

That's adorable!

Jayne said...

Really Cute!

Kim said...

So cute!! Can't wait to make one of these!!!

shari said...

I can't wait to make these. Thank you for keeping up our stamp group

Kim said...

These were so much fun! Thanks for a fun pary on Friday night!!


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