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Embellishment Case

 Embellishment Case

 by Phyllis Shepherd, Independent Stampin’ UP!® demonstrator

As stated below, this box was inspired by my friend France Martin. Her blog is listed below.

I thought it was a wonderful idea and wanted to share my version with you.

  Spine

Envelope openings

Inside storage

papers:

Whisper White Cardstock - #124302

Whole Lot of Lovely Designer Series Paper - #144110

Medium Whisper White Envelopes - #107301

accessories/adhesives/scissors

Tear & Tape Adhesive - #138995

Paper Snips - #103579

Stampin’ Trimmer - #126889

Clear-Mount Stamp Cases - #119105

Directions:

Whole Lot of Lovely Designer Series Paper cut to 7” x 10 ½” (a slight bit longer than the 10 ½” is better)

Slide the Whole Lot of Lovely Designer Series Paper down between the case and the clear sleeve. Adjust length if needed. Close the case and then reopen it. Remove the paper and fold it on the creases made by the case.

Type a label of contents (Embellishments or what you specifically will place in the box) vertically for your spine and run through a printer on Whisper White Cardstock. Trim the label and adhere the saying to the spine and return the Designer Series paper to the case.  

Seal 4 envelopes completely shut. On the flap side of all 4 envelopes place Tear & Tape Adhesive along all four sides. Additionally, add a strip across the center on each one. Carefully, remove the tape from 3 of them and begin to stack the envelopes to adhere them together. It is a good idea to place the envelopes up against something so they don’t move (the inside of the Clear-Mount Stamp Case will work). Find the center of your envelopes from top to bottom. On the back side of the envelope, draw a line from top to bottom. Cut them in half. Remove the tape from the last envelope half and adhere to the case as shown in the picture.

Fill with your favorite embellishments.

Inspiration for this project came from http://www.frenchiestamps.com.

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