Saturday, 8 May 2010

Top Note Purse and Scalloped Envelope Box

Hi there,
For today I have a couple of projects to show how versatile the Top Note Die and Scalloped Envelope Die are.  I used my Nestabilities for the flap on the purse but you could also use the Scallop Circle and Circles #2 from the new Autumn/Winter catalogue. Don't forget the Big Shot Die Cutting Machine is also available in this catalogue.  The flower on the front is called a Spiral flower and I found a tutorial here  at Rae Barthel's blog Simply Rae.
Stamps: None
Card and Papers: Groovy Guava, Ginger Blossom DP
Ink: None
Embellishments: Ribbon, Magnetic Circles, Jumbo Brads
Tools: Big Shot, Top Note Die, Scalloped and Classic Circle Nestabilities, Mat Pack and Piercing Tool, Aquadhere Glue, 3" Marvy Uchida Circle Punch, Scissors, Crop-a-dile, Fiskers Paper Trimmer and Scoring Tool, Tweezers

This box uses four Scallop Envelope cut outs.  You need to cut one of the flaps off on each one on the same side, before assembly.  I made the box so the inside is the right side of the card  and added the designer paper to finish off the sides.
Stamps: None
Card and Paper: Groovy Guava (R), Ginger Blossom DP (R)
Ink: None
Embellishments: Groovy Guava Double Stitched Ribbon (R)
Tools: Big Shot, Scallop Envelope Die, Double Sided tape, Fiskers Paper Trimmer and Scoring Tool
Thanks for stopping by today, Happy Mother's Day to all the Mum's tomorrow.
Cat's Ink Siggy