Sunday, May 4, 2014

Blooming Strawberry Box Card and Princess Castle

Hi my crafty friends!
It's blooming strawberries here in Apple Valley.
 And, yes my apples are starting to
get bigger on my trees. 
It will soon be time to make my delicious apple sauce and apple
dumplings, yummy.

Today I would like to share these adorable Box cards from  Leo & Mary at svgcuts.
The link for all these darling box cards are below.

The Strawberry box card was so fun and quick to assemble. 
And the best part is, it is beautiful to display and 
it folds completely flat for mailing. 
It comes with a svg envelope which is very nice and 
can also be used together with the box envelope. Just slip your finished card
into it and place it inside the Box envelope for added protection.

Checkout the box envelope I made below with the envelope punch board below.

 This is Mary's sample of the strawberry box.
Isn't it just the cutest card you ever saw!

I used bright and light pink card stock and added glitter and gems. I think next
 time I will emboss the steeples  and add a few flower pots etc.
Another fun card to make and would bring a smile to any little girl or boy.

Mary's Princess castle for a New baby.
I love the white lattice work!

Mary's Tea Party box card.
I love the colors and embossing.
I'll be making this one next time for sure.

Another one of Mary's Box cards.
I love the pretty balloons and clouds on this one.
It will be on my list to make also.

This is also Mary' Floral Flower Box card.
So Springy and pretty. I love all the flowers.
Can't wait to make them all. 
Beautiful cards and fun to embellish with jewels and gems.

This is the whole collection of  Box cards.
Click on the link to get it Free with purchase.

This is the Box envelope I made for the Box cards.
 I saw this on Jennifer McGuire YouTube
Here's the link to view the video.

The strawberry Box card fits so nicely inside for mailing. I just happened
to have this strawberry and dotted paper that matches perfectly with the Box card.

I simply love my "We are Memory keepers Envelope Punch Board" and couldn't
wait to give this a try. 
So quick and easy to make!

I bought my Envelope Punch Board for $19.00, when they first came out. 
Now you can get it much more reasonably.
 I've added a link below.

Freebie time!
Mary's svg file
Spring Elements
Click on the link below

That's it for another fine day my friends.
I how you are enjoying your weekend and that I've inspired you today.

I can't wait to share the gorgeous Hat Pins that I made.
Simply Beautiful!


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