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Creating Kindness Blog Hop; 3D Gift Giving

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Welcome to this month’s Creating Kindness Design Team Blog Hop. For the month of July we are all featuring 3D gift giving projects. I have chosen to create a greeting card holder. It comes together very easy and is simple enough to duplicate.

During the month of July, I will feature more ideas and tutorials for 3D gift giving. Be sure to check back often!

Scroll down for the list of blogs featured in this hop. I am thankful to be included in this talented group of crafters and hope you like all of the projects offered. Be sure to visit as many of the design team member’s projects as you can for more great ideas!

3D Gift Giving

3D gift giving

 

 

measurements for this project:

Delightful Daisy DSP: 6 1/2″ x 7″, you will need to cut 2 of these
Whisper White card stock scrap for stamped daisies
Delightful Daisies DSP strips used to create a band around the box

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3D gift giving

 

Directions to Create a Card Holder Box

First, cut two pieces of card stock or patterned paper to 6 1/2″ wide by 7″ high

Next, score the fold lines (along the width of the paper) at 4 1/2″ and again at 6″

Now rotate the paper to the left and score at 1 1/2″

 

OPTIONAL DECORATIVE TOP

The open top edge is an opportunity to customize the 3D gift giving box. I used Seasonal Layers Thinlits die to get the scalloped edge. For placement of the die on the paper, view the tutorial YouTube video at links below.

 

Burnish (or fold over and press) all of the score lines. Using Paper Snips, cut along the score lines where the paper will fold and be glued in a different direction. For example, a score/fold line is a corner and the two flaps of paper we have created will end up overlapping when glued in place. After cuts are made, it’s okay to add Tear and Tape Adhesive in the areas that will close joints.

Attach the two units together by first placing one of the side flaps to the other piece’s straight edge. Now it’s okay to do the same to the other side. Now you’re box is closed on all sides except the top and bottom. Since the top will remain open, close up the bottom and assure the adhesive stays under the closed flaps. The greeting cards with matching envelopes can now slide into the box with room to spare. I placed four cards with stamped matching envelopes and there was ample room.

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3D Gift Giving

This box as well as the cards inside, share a common Daisy floral theme. The same patterned paper that the box is created from is also used on the cards. Also the colors of the stamping are in common. For a look at the cards I created for the box, come back to my Blog tomorrow for another tutorial!

Creating Kindness through sharing a handmade 3D gift is one of the truly genuine ways to share of piece of yourself with a loved one. The Creating Kindness Design Team are sharing ideas this month that are in the spirit of caring and sharing. How do you share kindness with those in your life? I’d love to hear from you!

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Video Hop !!

Start off at my channel with this video, then click the video description to get the links to see the other Design Team’s video tutorial. Fun and easy!

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For a visual demonstration of this project, CLICK here to watch to watch on YouTube or watch below

https://youtu.be/WIAE-lxEspI

 

 

 

Have fun visiting these friend’s blogs!

Here is a list of supplies I used to make this card project. Links are here that you can click to get product info and purchase items, at no additional cost to you, as well. Thank you for your support with your purchase 🙂

 

 

 

3D gift giving

 

Please be sure to hop along and check out all of the fantastic card projects using carry over products.  Thanks for stopping by my blog, I’m glad you are here 🙂

-Jenny Hall

YOUR Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator

 


 

 

For information on this month’s live events, click here

          

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In answer to many questions, yes I am a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator and YES you can join my team. I have a non-geographical team, which means you can live anywhere in the US and participate on my team. I hold monthly meetings via FaceBook LIVE in which you assemble a prepared project. Now is the best time to join as a hobby demo.

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Comments

  1. I so enjoyed your video tutorial today Jenny! I especially loved how you created the scallop top on your project! That was super duper clever! This was such a great hop! Thank you so much for your leadership in coordinating it all! 💖

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