Saturday, June 19, 2010

My Minds Eye Notecard Holder

I've been working on this project for quite some time.. FINALLY I got a Martha Stewart butterfly punch and it all came together!! Isn't if funny how one thing can make such a big difference!!!!

I am really HAPPY with the way this Notecard Holder has turned out!!! I have been thinking about making another one of the oh so popular Notecard Holders for the make-and-take project, but wanted something different.. you know.. Can't do the same style over and over again.. Don't want to get bored and to bore my students ;-) HAHA!! Well.. How about using envelo-boxes for the pockets inside??!! LOVE it!!!

This is a project for my upcoming Make-and-Take event at Cranberry Hill Mercantile in Sunnyvale, CA. This Make-and-Take is scheduled for:

Thursday, June 24th 11 am to 7 pm*

*it takes about half an hour to complete this project and you can stop by at any time between 11 am and 7 pm

Please bring your favorite dry adhesive, liquid adhesive and Scor-Tape, All other supplies will be provided.

Kits are available until June 24th, $20 each.

Sign up is not required, but is highly recommended as supplies are limited. Please call Cranberry Hill Mercantile at 408-736-9151 to sign up and/or purchase your kit/s.

My Minds Eye designer paper - GORGEOUS!! EK Success flower and leaf punches. Martha Stewart border and butterfly punches. Sentiments are from a clear stamp set by Hero Arts. Liquid Pearls inside of the flowers and on the butterflies bodies.

All the supplies used to design this card are available for purchase at Cranberry Hill Mercantile. If you do not live in the area, you can call the store at 408-736-9151 to place your order over the phone.



Anonymous said...

very cool Irina! love it! the butterfly is great! Have you seen the new Winter/Christmas punches yet? oh, we are in trouble!!! lol
Pam Going Postal

Jan Hunnicutt said...

I love your note card holder, the envelo-boxes worked perfectly you're a genius! That butterfly punch looks like a must have too.

Elena said...

Amazing project, Irina! Love the pockets inside and how you decorated them! You have wonderful ideas! Thank you so much for sharing! :)