Thursday, December 20, 2012

December Club Project

Happy Thursday My Blogger Friends!
Today I will be sharing the darling little 3-D project that my Club Gals made last Saturday - Check out this fun little project......
This little tote was inspired by the 3x3 tote holder that we made at Club last month.  I designed this tote to hold A2 cards and my Club ladies used it to hold their A2 card and their 3x3 card.
The Base Tote is Qty-2 pieces of a 8"x3" Rich Razzleberry cardstock.  You will score each piece on the 3" side at 1/2".  This will create the front and the backside of your tote.
The white insert (for the inside of your tote - that holds your cards) is a 5-1/2"x10-1/2" piece of cardstock.  You will score on the 10-1/2" side at 1/2", 5", 5-1/2" and 10".  On the 5-1/2" side you will score at 1/2".
We added a piece of Rich Razzleberry that was punched with the scallop edge punch and added that piece to the bottom edge of our insert. 
Here's a close-up of the scallop border edge we created.......
The butterflies were stamped with Rich Razzleberrty Ink and we used the Papillon Potpourri Stamp Set.  Each butterfly was then punched out using the Elegant Butterfly punch.
We used the large oval punch to created the handle for our tote......and we added a piece of 5/8" Organza Ribbon and 1/4" Rich Razzleberry Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon to our handle and secured it with a small piece of Linen Thread.
We added some International Bazaar DSP to the front of our tote along with a Whisper White scallop edge border........and three stamped butterflies completed the front of our tote.
This tote comes together in a SNAP and can hold between two and four A2 cards with envelopes.
And here is what I'll be sharing with you tomorrow.   It's the two cards that we made for the inside of this sweet little tote.  Hope you can make plans to join me tomorrow to see all the details of  the two cards that we made for our December Club Tote.  Keep Living Your Dream!

1 comment:

  1. super sweet. love the little handle and cards tucked inside!