Saturday, July 26, 2014

Fancy Folds and 3-D items: Birthday Ideas

I signed up to do the Blog Hop for vc_rocks. It's all about using fancy folds and 3-D items. Here's a couple things I did recently. Be sure to click on VC_Rocks blog to see all the blogs with great ideas.
This is the card closed. It's 4 inches by 4 inches all folded.
This is the inside. The Happy Birthday stamp can be found in the Age Awareness stamp set #135381
It's a photopolymer set (clear and very sticky) $15.95. You can purchase it from June's Stampin' Up! website 
I call this card a box fold because it folds like you would close a box when you don't have tape.
Be careful when tucking in the last corner. Since this card doesn't have open edges, it would be a great place to add confetti to surprise someone.

Here's a cute candy box that you can add a gift to. It's the perfect size for some tootsie rolls, other small candies, chap-stick, lipstick, etc. I made it with the envelope punch board. I started with a piece of the All Abloom paper #133703. You get 24 sheets of 4 1/2 by 6 paper for $6.95    Then I scored with the Simply Scored along the long side at 1, 1/2, 2 and also at 4, 4 1/2 and 5. On the short side, score at 1,2,3, and 4. I don't have a video but there are lots out there.

Leave a comment and get entered to win some goodies from my stash!
Thanks for stopping by!

June Reister


Carol Read Stampin' Up! Demonstrator said...

June, I love the candy box. These would def be fun for stocking size stuffers at Christmas . Great projects.

stampershirley said...

So very cute ... I think we need a Make and Take with this box card - how about it? I received one in the swap and everyone loves it. But I won't be putting confetti in it - did that once and made someone very, very unhappy! But it was fun ... TFS

Patrice Herrera said...

Adorable! Great idea on the fancy fold box! and the little candy gift box is too cute. Great job!

Terri T said...

Great job June, may have to CASE your box fold. Oh but the box is cute too! Maybe CASE both!

Anonymous said...

That is a cool fancy fold and a great use of that set. Thanks for sharing!