Wednesday, October 15, 2008

More Under The Stars

I guess I need to add a few more details to this...I thought by now everyone had seen these stationary boxes and made at least one! Thank you for your questions, I'll do my best to include them all in my explanation.
The box itself and the instructions are from Jackie Topa. Her tutorial can be found here.
In the box there are three pockets. The large pocket is for regular cards and envelopes. One of the smaller pockets is used to hold four 3" x 3" cards and envelopes. I made my little card fronts the same on all 4. I made 2 with Old Olive and 2 with Chocolate Chip cardstock.

The tags are in the other pocket. My tag fronts are all the same. I made 2 in Real Red and 2 in Baja Breeze. My tag size is 2 1/4" x 2 1/2".In my box, I included 4 cards and 4 envelopes. Two each of these two designs. Yes, I cut the raccoon apart and it's just his head and butt hanging out. The top card is the bears head and upper body inside the wide oval punch. The layer is made using the oval Coluzzle. Bottom card, both ovals are with the Coluzzle. Bears are stamped on Creamy Caramel cardstock. I used watercolor crayons to shade them a bit.
Outside Cover

I used Lovely as a Tree and masked the raccoon. I used watercolor crayons and blender pens to color it in. Those are fake buttons on the left with 1/2" & 1/4" circle punches.

In Jackie's instructions she makes this into an address book. I made mine into a birthday book.
Birthday Book Inside
You can e-mail me for a copy of my template if you want yours to be a birthday book also.

11 comments :

  1. Dawn O (dostamping)October 15, 2008 at 8:10 PM

    These cards make me smile! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. what a super fun project~! love the papers and stamps used!

    I just posted a back pack tutorial on my blog and linked to yours as my inspiration place - you can see it here...

    http://createwithjulia.blogspot.com/2008/10/promised-back-pack-tutorial.html

    I love all the crafty items you post here!

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  3. I LOVE THIS!!!!!! This is the set I just got in the last box....I am so excited to do something with it, but again your over the top!!! Way cute Beck!!! Love and miss you

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  4. Thank you so much for sharing the cards! They're absolutely adorable!!

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  5. Wow, your blog is really nice. Thank you for sharing the tutorials. I already have a SU demonstrator, but I wanted to thank you for sharing and I will link to your site on my blog if that is okay!

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  6. I love this stationary box, I have been thinking about giving some of these for Christmas gifts and your example makes me want to start making these asap!! Thanks so much for taking the time to share, this is super.

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  7. I LLLOOOVVVEE LLLOOVVEE this set! Thanks for sharing and showing me another way to use this set. Great colors too! I am going to make one.

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  8. This is just way too cute!! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  9. This is so cute. Have emailed to request the template. TFS!

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  10. Thanks for sharing your great ideas. I would like a copy of the birthday template.

    Patty
    plit119@yahoo.com

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