Gift me, shake me, make me, ME TIME

Designed By
Kim Blundred
Kim Blundred

Craftsuprint Designer
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Price: £ 2.00
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Gift me, shake me, make me, ME TIME by Kim Blundred
Gift me, shake me, make me, ME TIME

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Listed InCard Making · Kits · Box Card Kits
CardshopBirthday · Birthday Female
Keywordsspa, relax, unwind, birthday, champagne, sister, friend, auntie, mum, female
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Uploaded on28-Jun-12
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This is my new: Gift me, shake me, make me card concept.

Each kit has 6 sheets: Card front, card insert, decoupage layers, card centre box & 2 sheets to make the envelope box for the card.

The card is a square apertue card with a small gift box (approx 3.5 in x 3.5 in) that fits in the apperture. Great for any occassion, the small boxes can be used as shaker boxes instead of a gift box - just secure the top flap.

A picture tutorial is included. These are quick to make and can hold a multitude of gifts: vouchers, cash, jewellery, sweets, chocolates, tea-lights, coffee beans, jewellery kits,
shaker items, chocolate coins etc.

Something different and definitely more than "just a card"!

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Card Made By
Rae Trees
Rae Trees
Picture of a completed card by Rae Trees
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I printed the design on good quality photo paper I used 165gsm for the main base card , decoupage and inner and 250gsm for the box envelope and the small box. I cut, scored and folded all the elements as directed by the very easy tutorial included in the kit. I attached the base design to a white card ( TENT FOLD) and cut out the aperture. I glued in the insert with wet glue so I could line up the square properly. I followed the directions for the small box putting in the acetate before securing. I put some bath crystal shapes in the box and closed the lit and secured with a bit of sticky tape so the lid didn't open. I closed the card and sat the box in the opening until I was satisfied I had it in the right spot to open and close the card. I used double sided tape on the back of the small box. I decoupaged the elements with silicone glue and added one of the many sentiments. I made the envelope box following the easy instructions. This is such a great kit. It's up to the individual what goes into the box or you could simply add a picture. It's not hard to make and is very impressive..A must have!!

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