Guess what I used on this card? The brand new Envelope Punch Board! You can make several different sizes of envelopes but it also makes file folder cards, too! Thank you, Patty Bennett, for posting a video with the how to's! I made this card for the Latenight Stampers Weekly Challenge 231 - Teacher Gifts. I thought the Birthday Basics designer series paper with the numbers would be perfect to use on a thank you note card gift. Then I paired that with the Alphabet Press textured Embossing folder. My card base is Very Vanilla with layers of Crisp Cantaloupe and Raspberry Ripple. When I start to design a card or project, I decide on colors first. If I am using designer series paper, then I go with the colors in a particular package. My sentiment is from the Round Array stamp set and is layered with various punched pieces. To finish it off, I used the Basic Rhinestones and Crisp Cantaloupe 3/8" Ruffle Stretch trim ribbon, page 173 of the big Stampin'Up! catalog.
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Why go with boring, white, normal-sized envelopes when you can use colorful paper to create everything from itty bitty to long and skinny? Our creativity-boosting Envelope Punch Board makes it easy to customize envelopes in up to 66 different sizes!
Envelope Punch Board includes:
Come to Yankton stamp club Wed., 9/11, and try the envelope punch board yourself. I will have it here for you to make an envelope. Can't come but still want to order? Use this month's hostess code and Nancy will get credit for her party and it will ship right to your door without waiting for the party to close. Details about the hostess code:
We have openings in our new round. You can even be an absentee member and still get the hostess freebies when it is your month to be hostess. You will also receive the completed 3 projects each month. Just place your order here and when you place your first item in the bag, put this code, 7UTKDK79 in the hostess code box. Your order will ship directly to you from Stampin'Up! and you won't have to wait for the club order to actually be held yet or closed. Win, win!