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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

CTMH Paper Trail Blog Hop December

This month's blog hop features Roxie papers. If you have come from Karen's blog then you are on the right track. 
I made a small box with a single sheet of 12x12 paper. I found the directions online. Then I made 4 cards to coordinate with the papers. I used the same card layout for each with small variations. This first pic is the side view so you can see how the cards fit in. The last pic is the front of the box. I did add some paper on the inside of the box (front and back flaps) to make it more sturdy and give the inside a more finished look. Inks used were smoothie, tulip and black. I used the black button brads and then put some bling on top of them- sparkles and opaques.





Now head off the Pam's blog to see what things she has in store for you.

10 comments:

  1. ooooo I really like the variety with just one pattern, this paper ROCKS!

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  2. Very cute! I like the pink edge distressing and those note cards are wonderful using up small scraps. I need to remember this for all those little pieces I toss back in the bag because I'm afraid to throw anything away. :)

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  3. Great post showing how one sketch can look so different. Very nice cards, I love them. Can you direct me to where you found the pattern for the box? I like this project a lot!

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  4. I will try to find the link- I updated the post to include the links for the hop. :)

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  5. Very nice project! Love the cards and the holder. :)

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  6. These are really cute, Lynne!

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  7. *gasp* what a GREAT Idea! ditto what Betsy said…love each look of same concept on the cards! Didn't Betsy say we have to share patterns, too?! Cause I want this one!

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  8. http://cosmocricket.typepad.com/cosmo_cricket/2010/10/how-to-fold-a-treat-bag-video-tutorial.html

    Here's the url- not sure if it will be right. Will try again if it is not linkable :)

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  9. Very pretty. Such a great project - would make a very special gift.

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