Tuesday, June 07, 2016

3-D Tuesday-Note Card Box

Happy Tuesday My Blogger Friends!
My blog post for today is 3-D Tuesday.  That means today I have a fun little 3-D project to share with you.  This project was a serious CASE from the very talented Kimberly Van Diepen.  She created this gift for the Artisan Blog Hop back in April and when I saw it.....I FELL IN LOVE.  It's a SUPER QUICK and SUPER EASY project to create and uses the Stampin' UP! Gift Box Punch Board to create it.  The very best part of this project is if you hop over to Kimberly's blog, she has a fabulous video on how to create this project.  (http://stampinbythesea.com/artisan-april-2)  So now you have the info on where to find this project ......... Let me share with you what I created.
How's this for a FANTASTIC GIFT to make for that someone special.
I used a color palette of Crumb Cake along with Bermuda Bay and Soft Sky.
The belly band I created for my box is the 'Shine On' DSP from the Occasions Catalog.
For the notecards that tucked inside the box I used the Stampin' UP! notecards and envelopes ...... And carried over the 'Shine On' DSP and Botanical Gardens flowers on each of the cards and envelopes I created.
Each notecard had a 'thinking of you' sentiment stamped on the front ....... And I alternated Bermuda Bay and Soft Sky flowers for the 6-notecards that were lined up in the box.
Because the box didn't have room to fit the envelopes ....... I wrapped them up with some pretty Seam Binding and Baker's Twine and attached them to the backside of my box.
The entire presentation is a SHOW STOPPER and I just know that this set is going to make one of my friends VERY VERY HAPPY when I give it to them.
Thank-You Kimberly for showing us how to create this project.  And thank you for joining me today .......... I'll be back tomorrow to share a Wine Down Wednesday card with you ........ Hope you can make plans to stop back and join me for that share.  Keep Living Your Dream!


  1. Incredible 3-D project and gift. Gorgeous photography!

  2. one of my favorite projects made. Thanks Mary for your 'OH SO SWEET' comment.