Wednesday, February 8, 2023

Napkin fold box treat holder with video and picture tutorials

Hello,
This Napkin fold box is one of my favorites to make.  The special opening under the lid makes me smile.  It reminds me of the cootie catcher paper toy we used to play with during recess, right? 
Check it out in action in the short video below. Scroll down to the end of the post for a full video tutorial.
First, start with a piece of cardstock measuring 6" X 6" and score at 1-1/2" on all sides and cut as shown in the picture below.
Then, you'll need Decorative Series Paper (DSP), one measuring 2-7/8" X 2-7/8" and four measuring 1-3/8" X 2-7/8"
For the lid, use cardstock measuring 6-1/8" X 6-1/8" and score at 3/4" and 1-1/2" on all sides.
Next, cut as shown in the picture below.
For the lid, you'll need one piece of DSP measuring 3" X 3" and four pieces measuring 5/8" X 3".
Adhere the DSP on the lid as shown.
Follow the directions in the video to make the napkin fold that you insert into the box.
It looks like this closed.
And this is how it looks opened.
Here's another version using a different DSP

Here is the full video tutorial to make one of these napkin fold box treat holder.

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Sharon Lim

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Tuesday, February 7, 2023

So Much Love Fun Fold card video and picture tutorials

Hello,  
I am revisiting the fun fold I used before:  Fun Fold Peace and Joy card. This time I used the Love For You bundle. I love how the dies coordinate with the dies.  You get three kinds of dies that does the thin letters, the outline of each word, and a larger outline for multiple words together. 
Scroll down to the bottom of this post for a full video tutorial.
Here are the different combinations of the cards and dies. I also love the flower dies that are "Two step stamping" which means you use a lighter color for the larger stamp and a darker color for the stamp that coordinates with more detail.  Or do as I did and "stamp off" the larger stamp and use the ink "full strength" on the more detailed stamp.
I used both the Dainty Designs and Design a Daydream Designer Series Paper (DSP)


These outlines I fussy cut because the outline is for the words "for you" all together.

I had so much fun die cutting all these words.  Some were stamped and some were double layered.
And I used the other words stamps and used the Banners Pick a Punch to create the flags.
Here is the video tutorial to learn how to make these cards yourself.

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Rubber Stamps and Accessories including Scrapbooking 

Friday, February 3, 2023

Triple Fun Fold with flaps

Hello,
I was inspired by Ginny Harrel when she made the vertical version and mentioned in her video she was going to try a horizontal version.  Here it is:

And this is like the one Ginny made, a vertical version.


Lisa Curcio also did a version of this using the Happy Birthday embossing folder from the Let's Celebrate set.

Then, I used the one from the Thanks and Hello set.

Here is a full video tutorial for you to make it yourself.
Let me know which you like better!
Sharon
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Rubber Stamps and Accessories including Scrapbooking