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Sunday, May 11, 2008

This is what is in the envelope box!

This is something i used to make many many years ago and i was surfing the other day and came across Jenny Red blog and she was showing how to make them, which reminded me.
So what i did was took one of the steps away i made a cricut design studio pattern to cut it out.
Then thought hmm i will make sure cuts a lot pattern as well so more people can join in the fun.
To make them up you will have to go to Jenny's blog (it is in German but you can look at pictures and work it out ) MAKING INSTRUCTIONS. Don't forget to look around her blog and have a look at all the wonderful creations that she has on there and leave a thank you message on her blog i am sure she would love that.
Stamps used are alota rubber stamps










OH even included the pattern for the envelopebox
Now if you have a cricut, george cartridge and the cricut design studio
HERE IS THE PATTERN
PLEASE note that with the cricut pattern you have to cut TWO of one mat
OR if you have sure cuts a lot and would like it that way
HERE IS THE PATTERN

10 comments:

GoatChick said...

U Know what U never cease to AMAZE me.. U R just wonderful.. AND SO SMARTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT!!!
Thank UUUUUUUUUUUUUU

Alli said...

So adorable Susan, they'd be great gifts with a special photo in the middle!! Thanks so much for sharing :)

StampOwl said...

hmmm it has been a long time since I made them too ... thanks for the pattern I might even get my cricut out to make one.

stacieknits said...

AWESOME! Thanks so much for the cut file!

Anja's weblog said...

Gorgeous!! thanks for the file.

Anja

Scrappydew said...

This is so awesome! Thanks for sharing the file!!

Jen said...

Thanks Susan! You're awesome!!

Crafty Tami said...

This is awesome!!!!

I saw a similar die on HSN this week, but I don't have the machine for using it.

This is sooooooooooooooooooo much better!!

I love it!

Debbie said...

Wow...you were cutting edge before the Big Shot even thought about this great pattern! Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

That's one of the cutest things I've ever seen!