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April 29, 2014

Design Team: Liz (Unik By Yes) Week 4 Cycle 9

Note Card Set

Liz is a giver! In case you haven't noticed, she loves to craft for friends and shares all her crafty knowledge with everyone! 

Today, she has a cute craft you can make multiples of, to share!

Hello Crafty friends!
Liz here today to share with you a little Note Card Set created using the eCraft and eBosser. I love the CAS look of these note cards, I hope you do to :)

Creative supplies:
Teresa Collins Beautiful Words EF
Teresa Collins Wood Grain EF
Core’dinations Card Stock, mine is from TM distress line
Double sided sticky tape
Sand it Gadget for Core’dinations paper
My Creative Time Thin Metal Dies ( 4” stitched square, Hearts)
MCT sentiment
Elastic Ribbon, for mine I used about 9”
Thread and needle
Wooden elements (pine tree to create an arrow for the You + me Card, inspired by DT member Jessica’s card)

Embossing Folder (box and card panels)
eBosser plate combo: ABCD + Metallic Shim for thin metal dies.
Craft Level: Easy

Creative process:

Using the thin metal dies cut your card bases and front panels. If you want any “inlay” cuts, cut them before you emboss your paper, otherwise you will lose some of the embossed detail..

Run your panels through the eBosser. Sand the sections you want to “highlight”. For the hearts I sanded their entire surface area, dusted them and stamped the brown one, before gluing into place.

Place panels on front of cards and you are done! For the envelopes I created CD style envelopes (info on my blog)   

The box was cut using the eCraft,  from a free file - more info on my blog. Score and glue together. With an elastic ribbon create a band to keep the box closed, by stitching the edges together and adding a tag on top to cover your stitching.

Interested in the eCraft Shop Pro cutting files for box and envelopes? Please visit my blog and leave me a message and a way to contact you.

Thank you for stopping by! Have a crafty day!


Thank you Liz!

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