Wednesday, October 1, 2008

cute little 3X3 Holder





Hello all my blogging friends! Hope everyone is well!
Tonight I was on a mission to make those cute little 3X3 card holders, well, I only ended up making one and this is the finished product. In one of my earlier posts I showed you all one of these that my awesome Stampin Up! demo, Gina made for me for my birthday, well I fell in love with the cute little things. I got the tutorial from Becky over at Inking Idaho( Thank you so much Becky for the template!) I have to say, I think I went thru 5 pieces of cardstock before I scored and cut at the right measurements. I am really bad with measurements, Yikes! Anyways, I finally put one together! I made this one for my Bella Sistah, (Shhh, dont tell her) It is in her fave colors. Teals and browns. and the little notecards are also in those colors. I used a retired Stampin Up! paper, I dont even remember what the name of the paper is and I also added a brown,pink and white ribbon in stripes.
So let me know what you think, I love to hear feedback and also, if you get the chance, go on over Becky's Blog and check things out!

5 comments:

Inking Idaho said...

This is darling! Thank you for linking the tutorial back to my blog Ü
Becky

Kim said...

This is so cute!!!! I love your whole set and those colors together are awesome!!!! Great work!
Hugs~ Kim
PS - I got my package from you yesterday in the mail! Thank you so much for the goodies!

Susan said...

they are wonderful you should be so proud

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