Monday, March 8, 2010

A Posy A2 Card Box Set of 4


Another fun, yet fairly quick project to put together.  This card set uses a CTMH A-size stamp set called A Posy (retails for $9.25 CAN).  Awesome price for a terrific little set!

To get the flowers polka-dotted, I stamped the flowers first, then inked up a polka-dot background stamp with chocolate ink and just kissed my clean Posy flower stamp onto it.  Then I simply stamped the polka-dots onto my stamped flowers.  Easy peasy, especially when using clear stamps and blocks!  ;)

Supplies used (all CTMH unless otherwise noted):
Paper:  Twitterpated B&T, Colonial White, Chocolate, Sweet Leaf, Sorbet, Crystal Blue CS
Inks:  Sorbet, Sweet Leaf, Crystal Blue, Chocolate
Stamps:  A Posy, Thank You, Argyle Backgrounds
Embellishments:  Twill ribbon, Chocolate buttons, Crystal Blue waxy flax
Tools:  Corner rounder, Double Scallop edge punch (Martha Stewart), Cuttlebug, Sizzix Sm. Dots embossing plate (SU)
Templates:  Vicki's A2 Card Box template
Adhesive:  Tombo Mono Multi (LSS), Scor-Tape (LSS), 3D foam tape (other)

12 comments:

Nancy_Drew said...

Another great boxed set...love this little stamp set too!

Cheryl said...

I just love all the boxed sets you are making lately. This one is especially cute.

Karen Pedersen said...

Gorgeous! You are the ultimate little box maker!

roxybonds said...

You are so full of talent! I am amazed each time you post your cards and card boxes!

Katy said...

SUPER CUTE!!!!

Karla Kroese said...

Darling card set! Great job!

Anonymous said...

That is such a cute box! I jsut got that paper I will have to look for the template for that.
Thanks for sharing
Danielle

Juli Clark said...

These are so fun! I love this set with the polka dots, and this pp is perfect.

Wendy K. said...

I'm not a big fan of the Twitterpated paper but I LOVE the colors on these cards!! They are beautiful!

ScrapNRoll said...

Thanks for your quick response. Would you know where I can find the instructions for this box? thanks for your help.

Vicki Wizniuk said...

Yes. I used to have the instructions for sale. Then I lost all my files by dropping my laptop. So I had to pull them off my blog. I have a printed copy but I don't have it digitally anymore.

ScrapNRoll said...

I possibly interested in buying them if you have the ability to scan the printed instructions. I love your ideas. Beautiful workmanship.

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