Yesterday one of my little friends turned 4! I made this cute little purse-card to include in her pink sparkly gift thinking she'd probably enjoy playing with it later.
I used an old tutorial from Inking Idaho
as my guide.(Note:
She has the scoring measurements flipped around -- the 6" side should be scored @ 2 1/2" & 3 1/2" and the 5 1/2" inch side @ 1" on each side.)
Inside is a little one layer card to write a message on. (When she opened her card she "read" the message herself - i.e. she made it up to say something like, "Dear Abby, You are my favorite princess! Hope you have a Happy Birthday. Love, Your Sunday School Teacher, Esther")
Supplies and Tools:
Spellbinders Nestabilities: Labels 8 and Scallop Circle, Paper Piercing Tool, Got Flowers, Rhinestone, Eyelets, Ribbon, Paper Doily, Sticky Back Velcro, Cherry Blossom Embossing Folder (Darcie)
This post linked to:
The Paper Players
- Cut It Out
Word Art Wednesday
- Anything Goes
- Photo Inspiration (The PINK springtime flowers)
Esther, this is so adorable! I know that little girl was in heaven with this little purse! So creative! So happy you joined us at The Paper Players this week! XX
Awwww, this is so sweet!
Esther your little purse is adorable - your little friend will undoubtedly be the envy of all her friends! A truly creative use of dies too. Thanks for joining us over at The Paper Players this week!
Too cute! Perfect little girly purse!
Super sweet and pretty in pink purse gift and card!! Thanks for sharing your beautiful project with us at Paper Sweeties this month :)
Oh my goodness that is way too cute, great shape and papersI bet she just loved it and I so love the way she read the note :)
Absolutely amazing project for a little girl--so clever & sweet, Esther!
So very pretty! What an awesome project! So happy you are playing along with us at Paper Sweeties!
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