This looks like a box but it's a card. That's right, it's a card. If the embellishments aren't too big and thick it'll fold flat and fit into an envelope. Even with all the buttons and flowers on this box it still folded up and went into an envelope.
I got the idea for this at the new Jellypark Digital Craft Store. Claire, the owner and the creator of all the adorable images at Jellypark made one of these cards with a baby theme and published a free tutorial for it on the store's website. The directions are very easy to follow, you have got to try one, you'll be amazed.
This box went together so easily I'm ready to make another one. Wouldn't it be great in as a Christmas card or a birthday card.
By the way, as pretty and as much fun as this card is, I don't recommend mailing it unless it is going inside a package or a bubble envelope.
Here's the deets:
stamps - Jellypark Friends "Easter Eggs", "Bunny Rabbit", "Charity Rabbit and Balloon", "Ewe Are So Sweet Sheep", "Woman in a Hat Reading a Book"
ink - printer
paper - Stampin' Up "Whisper White" card stock; Bazzill "Chablis" and "Parakeet" card stock; October Afternoon "Sidewalks" patterned paper
miscellaneous - copics; butterfly and daisy buttons; ribbon rose; prima flower; stick pins; Martha Stewart grass border punch; stickles; ribbon
Here's the challenges:
Jellypark Friends - Pretty Pastels
Moving Along with the Times - Make a Box and Decorate It
L'il Red Wagon #228 - Truly Dimensional
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