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Hey there! I've been working on projects for my Sale-a-bration Kick-off and played around with a new card construction that has been making the blog rounds lately-a card-in-a-box! Lookie:


Isn't it just the cutest thing?


I used Sweet Sorbet Designer Paper from the Sale-a-bration brochure, Secret Garden stamps and framelits, window sheets, the 1 1/4" Scallop Circle punch, Neutrals and Subtles Candy Dots, Petite Petals  and Peite Pairs stamps and Petite Petals punch!


The coolest thing about this card is it folds flat and fits perfectly inside one of our regular medium envelopes!


All the recepient has to do is take it out of the envelope and set it open. Ta da! Instant happy!

Well, that's all for now. I have one more hostess party on Thursday before my SAB kick-off on Friday. I'm ready for Thursday, but still have a few things to prep for Friday. So I'm off to bed a bit earlier than my norm so I can pop up in the a.m. and get going!

To order at least $50 worth of Stampin' Up! products and be able to choose the yummy Sweet Sorbet paper as your free gift, just click HERE to go to my Online Store!

Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!


All products used are ©Stampin'Up!™1990-2014


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Carol Carriveau

Love it - the colors and the flowers....!

Carol Payne

Thanks, Sheila! It was fun to design. After I learned the basic card construction, there are so many possibilities with this!


Love how you used the flower die and scalloped die together. Great idea!!

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