Hello! This is Shanna today from Caffeinated Craftiness! I am here with a fun and easy card (thanks to these dies!!) featuring the Apron Box Card die set.
I had a lot of fun with this card, and even pulled out my sewing machine to play as well! Die cutting was a breeze, although I would recommend a sturdy cardstock for the base.
For my Utensils I really wanted them somewhat realistic. I couldn’t find any metallic/mirrored silver cardstock n my stash so I got creative and made some with tin foil and white cardstock scraps! IT WORKED!! All I did was glue the tin foil to some cardstock and then ran it through my die cutting machine on my I-Mend Magnetic Pro Deck. It cut perfectly! By the way—have you tried a Pro Deck yet?? Ahhh—Mazing!! I seriously don’t know how I ever lived without it, and it doesn’t warp at all!!
I used the die intended for the mat layer on the side of the box as a pocket on the front—I love when a die can serve more than one purpose.
I added some ribbon at the top of the card, and that finished it up! I think this would be a cute way to gift a gift card to a local bakery or restaurant. A gift card would attach perfectly inside!
Who would you give an Apron Box Card to?
I will be back soon with another project—until then stay crafty! ~Shanna
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i-Crafter Apron Box Card by Lori Whitlock
i-Crafter i-Mend Magentic Pro Deck
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