Wednesday, April 29, 2009

JustRite Gift Set

I was planning on doing a Gift Set class with the cards and some kind of container for them, and then I came across the template by a very talented Lauren Meader available through Papertreyink. It was just perfect for my project, and I didn't have to "reinvent the wheel".

This project is for my "JustRite Gift Set" class at Cranberry Hill Mercantile. I am making another set with the different paper with the butterflies and at the class ladies will have a choice. I will show the other one on my blog tomorrow. At the class we will make the box and six cards. The template and the assembly instructions for the box will be included with the class supplies. This class is scheduled:

Thursday, May 7th, 11 am to 2 pm
Thursday, May 7th, 4:30 to 7:30 pm
Tuesday, May 19th, 12 pm to 3 pm

The cost of this class is $30.00. Please call Cranberry Hill Mercantile at 408-736-9151 to sign up for the class.

Also, for those of you who cannot attend the class or if you don't live in the area or if you are coming to the class but would like to make more then one set, this set will also be available as the Class Kit. Each Class Kit will include all pre-cut and scored materials, stamped and cut monograms, box template and instructions. The cost of the kit is $35.00. To purchase the kit, please call Cranberry Hill Mercantile at 408-736-9151. Please make sure to specify the initial for the monogram. This Class Kit is available for a limited time, only until May 19th.

I took tons of photos to show you the details.. Sorry about the last photo (of the envelopes) being sideways, for some reason it uploaded like that to the blogger and I couldn't rotate it..

This was also the first time that I used JustRite stamps, LOVE IT!! You might ask why I choose "G" for the initial on this sample set.. This set was made with my dear friend and the store owner of Cranberry Hill, Geri, in mind. She LOVES cherries, so it was just very fitting, very her :-)

The circles for the monogram were cut and embossed with Nestabilites. The scallops on the bottom of the box were made with the Martha Stewart border punch. The absolutely gorgeous paper is from Graphic 45.

I just love, love, love how this set has turned out!! It would look great on anyone's desk and would make a great present!!

Oh, and one more thing.. Don't forget to enter into my Blog Candy, here is the link.

:) Irina


Alexandra said...

it´s a very cute gift set. I love it!


Diamond Doll said...

Absolutely Gorgeous, love the papers,and what a great gift.
Trish (-:

Cheryl said...

You aren't kidding! This is fabulous! Love the mixed dp and the punched border! So beautiful! Lucky Geri!

Anonymous said...

WOW! I am so lucky to have such a dear and TALENTED friend! Can't wait to make some for my Moms! Geri

Cherie said...

Wow! That is an awesome gift set! I love the colors and the cherry paper is really cool!

Sally said...

Awesome gift set.

yvonne said...

Oh i do love these, Such a perfect gift for that special someome. And you have reminded me i have that Justright stamp too.. funny how we forget what we have !!
The papers are stunning , and the cardstock works so well together. I think i may have to look done the sofa to get this beautiful project, lol

Sue from Oregon said...

Wonderful set...I have seen this on Lauren's blog, but am partial to your set...Why? because it is made with cherries and I work at Oregon
Cherry Growers LOL! Thanks for stopping by my blog today and leaving a comment. I added myself as a blogger so I can come back and browse your blog any time I want LOL! Love it!

Claudia Rosa said...

wow irina.. i love your box!
you have done an amazing job with decorating and making it "your's"