My talented friend and downline, Barb, created this make and take for our American Ink gathering Saturday. It's a white embossed notecard with a sentiment from the Tag It set, whose sales benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities. Also used here: Designer Label and Scallop Trim Border punches.
Making a coordinating envelope for your handmade card looks AMAZING! I need to do it more often. We used the envelope punch board, which is awesome because it has all of the measurements for the size envelope you want AND it has a ruler at the top marked in increments of 1/8 inch! I think that should be on our paper trimmer too. Anyway, the envelope punch board notches your designer paper with the circular punch so it folds easily (you also score it with a tool that's included with the board), and then you can round all of your corners by inserting your designer paper in the TOP of the punch. Cool!
Note: This board is set up for right-handed people. I had to turn the entire board vertically so I could score my lines easier.
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While watching the Seattle Seahawks' football game with the 49ers last night, I made this wreath. It uses a yard of fall-colored fabric cut into 1-inch strips approximately 10-1/2" long. You can see more photos at http://www.facebook.com/booth6goods. Have a wonderful day!