Saturday, January 24, 2009

Fearsome Foursome Card Packs!


Okay, so there's nothing "fearsome" about either foursome of cards, but the word made the title sound alliteratively correct :-) The photos above and below are a couple of boxed sets of (4) 4-1/4" square foldover cards and resized envelopes, which can easily be made with just a few supplies, using the instructions I created HERE.


All you need to have is a set of Designer Series Paper, and some coordinating card stock, ink, and either a coordinating stamp set or maybe Rub-Ons to embellish or add greetings! You can optionally use ribbon, brads, and whatever other bling you want, in order to dress them up. Just be careful--if you make them too pretty, you won't want to use them, or gift them!

I'll be adding to the instructions with a tutorial for the envelopes for these Four Packs very soon, so I hope you'll stay tuned! In the meantime, the gist of the envelopes is to take a Medium Envelope, seal it, cut one short end open, then trim down one side of the short end so you have a flap to fold over. PLEASE NOTE: if you want to mail these cards, they will need to go in an unmodified Medium Envelope in order to meet the minimum dimensions for the Post Office to deliver them.

By the way, if you haven't seen all the new products in the catalog yet, then take a peek at the NEW PRODUCT PRESENTATION in my ONLINE STORE. Just click on the New Catalog, New Products picture to take the tour.

2 comments :

  1. Fabulous
    Fantastic
    Fantabulous
    I love alliteration, but these cards are definitely not fearsome! Fabulous, fantastic or even fantabulous!

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  2. Love them all!
    Stampin' Smiles from Ear to Ear,
    Ann :)

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