Monday, November 25, 2013

Stationary Box {Cutcardstock Guest Designer and Jaded Blossom DT Day!}

Hi Everybody!
I am honored to be a Guest Designer on the Cutcardstock Blog today!  It's also my turn to share a project for Jaded Blossom, so I combined these two AMAZING products to create my project for today :)  

As a crafter, I always have a card on hand, or I simply make one if I need it.  But I forget that my family isn't always so lucky!  My mom has to buy store bought cards (GASP!).  I decided to make her this little kit so she can have some cards and tags on hand!  Here are the details:

*Jaded Blossom - Treat Tag Die, Christmas Wishes, 
*My Mind's Eye - patterned paper
*Cuttlebug - Snowflake embossing folder

*  Supplies - 

Cougar 65# cardstock - White

Neenah Classic Linen Invitations - Avon Brilliant White

Neenah Classic Linen Envelopes - White

Curious Metallic Card Stock - Inferno
Muscletone Card Stock - Kraft
Pop-Tones Card Stock - Gumdrop Green
Stardream Metallic Card Stock - Lapi Lazuli
White Ribbon - Item #2507

*Here's the box with the lid on.

*When you open it up, you can see all the crafty goodies!

*I made 2 cards to go inside, but a lot more would fit.

*I embossed the sentiment with white embossing powder to make it pop.
*Love the shine on that paper!

*I love this beautiful tree!  I used gold embossing powder to highlight it, and really give it shine.
*The sentiment is also embossed, but with green glitter powder.

*Here are the 4 tags that went inside the box.

*The top tag was only stamped in red ink.  The bottom was embossed in white.

I hope you liked my project!  I'd love to see some of you make this and share it on the Jaded Blossom Facebook page HERE, or on my Crazy About Cricut Facebook page HERE.  TFL, and hope everyone has a chance to craft today :O)


  1. wow!! Beautiful cards, tags and box and a wonderful gift for anyone!!!! love it!

  2. This is a great gift set! I love the pretty! :0)

  3. Love your Gift Set so pretty. What a great gift this will make.


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