This was the little door prize I gave away at last Saturday's workshop. It's made with the Scallop Envelope die For the Big Shot. The box is the perfect size for 3"x3" cards and matching envelopes. The girls kept asking "You made that?" It was kind of cool. ;-)
I wish I could remember where I saw the idea for the box, because I'd really like to credit the person I CASEd it from! I punched a ½ inch circle from Razzleberry Lemonade Designer Series Paper for the center of the Build-A-Brad. The flower behind it was punched from paper in the same pack and inked on the edges with Melon Mambo.
For the first card, I cut out a flower from the TEA PARTY Designer Series Paper, added the pearl brad, and adhered it with Tombow Multi adhesive to the card front. This card was didn't have a sentiment, so it could be used for any occasion.
A cute little quickie using DP from the same pack, plus a scrap of Certainly Celery DSP. The sentiment was stamped in Melon Mambo, then covered with vellum cut with the scallop punch and fastened with adhesive pearls. (I really wish SU had these, in a variety of colors! That and more border punches and embossing folders.)
I love how quickly these little cards went together. Just a little piece of DSP, some ribbon, a Styled Silver slide from the Hodgepodge Hardware set, stamp and punch the sentiment, et voila, done!
Okay, for this one I used some Razzleberry Lemonade DSP, because I didn't want ALL the cards to be too bland, lol!
Stamp: Oval All (113790)
Cardstock: Pretty in Pink (100459), Melon Mambo (115320)
DP: Certainly Celery (112154), Tea Party (113992), and Razzleberry Lemonade (115675) Designer Series PapersInk: Melon Mambo Classic Stampin' Pad (115656)
Accessories/Tools: Antique Brass Build-A-Brad (109108), Styled Silver Hodgepodge Hardware Ribbon Slide (111325), Whisper White ¼ inch Groisgran Ribbon (109025), Scallop Oval Punch (114889), Large Oval Punch (107305), Fresh Favorites Certainly Celery Button (107421), Scallop Envelope die (113462), Big Shot Die-Cut Machine (113439)