Saturday, September 6, 2008

An Update to my Kodomo Card Class - Box and Envelopes

Finally I finished the Gift Box and lined the envelopes for my Kodomo Card Class at Cranberry Hill Mercantile. At the class, we will make four cards, the Gift Box and will line the envelopes with Washi Paper.

I took a lot of photos to show you the whole set.. To see the photos and read the description of each individual card, please click here.

I made the box to fit the cards and the envelopes, I created my own template. I put the washi paper on the inside bottom of the box, on the sides and on the inside of the lid. The oval opening on the lid of the box was made with Nestabilites and then lined with a Window Sheet. I just LOVE how you can see the design of the card inside of the box through the window.

The envelopes were lined with the same design washi paper.

I am VERY HAPPY with how this Gift Set had turned out!! If you live in the Bay Area, come join us at the class.

This class is scheduled for:

Thursday, September 18th, from 10:30 to 2:30
Thursday, September 18th, from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm
and because of demand :) I had to schedule an additional class for
Saturday, October 4th, from 11 am to 3 pm

To sign up for the class please call Cranberry Hill Mercantile at 408-736-9151.

:) Irina

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Anonymous said...

The whole set turned out beautiful Irina. Did you make the envelopes by hand?

Can't wait tor this class as with all the others.


Karen said...

I've just looked at the pics of all the cards and I'm stunned at the detail and range of techniques. They are really beautiful. A fabulous set.

Anonymous said...

This set is gorgeous!! I love the beautiful gift box you designed! The cards and the lined envelopes are perfect! If only I was close enough to take the class! :)

Heather "Hev" said...

How magnificent :)
Wish I lived closer!!

michvan said...

What a wonderful set! Love how the box turned out, too!!!!


Veronica said...


Will you ever do a class on just the box alone?
That by itself is a great gift to give to someone to keep their cards in.