And Zebra! Yep, that’s handmade zebra pattern. It’s is not DSP! I have a tutorial on how I made all of this down below.
The dividers are very simple. They measure 4 7/8″ X 7″.
The tabs were created by cutting a 1 3/4″ Circle in half. The labels are from Fabulous Phrases and Teeny Tiny Wishes. They were punched with the Small Oval Punch.
The flower was created by using the Daisy Die, which sadly has retired. But, the monogram has not. It is from Broadsheet Alphabet. Ribbon is Melon mambo Polka dot ribbon, also long retired.
And, I created a couple of simple cards that just might be nice to put in the box if your giving it as a gift!
That’s a bottle cap. have you seen these being squished in the Big Shot! Love it! Stay tuned for more on them!
Using the Simply Scored, score the longer piece on it’s longer side and .5″, 3″, 8″ and 10.5″ Place the Diagonal plate on the Simple scored and at the 8″ mark, score down.
Flip the page completely over (not turn, but flip to the back side) and score again at the 8″ mark diagonally.
Fold and trim off the corners.
Add Sticky Strip to the two .5″ flaps on the side.
Remove the diagonal plate from your Simply Scored. On your next piece of cardstock, score at .5″and 3″ on the longer side. Turn 90 degrees and score at .5 and 5.5″ on the shorter side.
Trim the flaps as shown above. Place sticky strip on each of the .5 flaps.
Fold the .5″ flaps up and line the longest one along the inside back for your other piece. Adhere.
Fold in the wings and adhere to the base flaps.
Fold up the front and adhere to the remaining .5″ flaps.
To make the notch, measure in half way from the side and mark with a pencil. Make sure you mark it, don’t eyeball it. Trust. Me. 🙂
Next, you will need two pieces of white cardstock that are 6 7/8″ X2 7/8″. Line them up with the diagonal plate and score straight down from the 0 mark. Trim this corner piece on each white strip.
To create the zebra stripes, I free handed strips from Basic Black card stock. I made them wavy and I tried to give them a pointy end. I had them coming from either side, creating a central line on each piece.
For the front, cut a piece of whisper White 4 7/8″ X 5 7/8″. Mark again in the middle and this time, punch it with the 2 1/2″ Circle Punch. Repeat the Zebra print as described above.
Ohran –Sweet Impressions
Kozak –Creative Chat
Cerwin – Pink Buckaroo Designs (thats me!)
Gonzales –Hand Stamped Style
De Leeuw –Krystal’s Cards
Peters – not participating this month
Gould – I stamp, I create, I have fun!
39 thoughts on “Stampin’ Celebration June Blog Hop, Tutorial and Blog Candy!”
Holy guacamole!! What an amazing project! I love it! And the monogram inside the flower is so cute! Thanks for the tutorial – I will be casing and pinning this for sure!
Oh, I can't wait to try out your tutorial! 🙂
Thanks for the chance to win your blog candy, too.
Thanks for the great tutorial. Ive printed it out to give it a try:-)
What a great gift this would make. Love the colors and design. TFS the tutorial.
I love the card box. Thanks for sharing the tutorial.
Love Love the Zebra paper. Great job
I love the project and the tutorial;I plan to make some of these great gifts.
I would love to win blog candy!
Just love the card keeper – can't wait to try out your tutorial. I made your holders for the bath and body works mini hand sanitizers last year and they were a big hit! Thanks for sharing your talents with everyone.
AWESOME! This is so cute, love it. Thank you some much for the instructions.
Love this project and the tutorial! This should be good to make for craft fairs.
So cute!! Love it!! I have several friends that are zoo-animal lovers. What a great gift for them! Thank you!
What a great project, Erica! I'll definitely be trying this one. Love your blog and all your fabulous ideas!
What a great gift idea. I will be trying this to give as birthday gifts I have coming up. Thanks for sharing. 🙂
this is so cute! gonna try it with my club girls! thank u!!!
This is totally awesome and thank you thank you thank you for the tutorial!! I have to make one of these for myself!! I will be featuring this card box on My Crafty Picks #66 with a link back to your blog on 6-5-12. Make sure to stop by to check out all the picks!!
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Have a great day!!
I can't wait to try out your tutorial!!!
Love your ideas and wish I lived closer!
Wonderful tutorial, and cutest project–love it!
Wow…I love the card holder! I'm going to try to find time to make one tomorrow. Thank you for sharing your tutorial! Have a great week, Terry
Cute box and great tutorial. Thanks for sharing!
That is such a great idea and very cute.
Thanks for the detailed tutorial!
Love this card file, gorgeous bold cold colour scheme – a great idea, thanks for sharing. I think it will make a perfect gift, I will link back once I get one made
This is fabulous daaaaahling! Thank you so much for sharing
Fabulous tutorial! TFS
Love it, thanks for sharing. What dividers did you use? I see birthday, thanks, baby, & sympathy.
Love the card holder Erica….that will definitely be on my must do list for the summer. You would be so proud of me…I made a card for the Challenge as well…not as great as the ones you make but fun none-the-less.
This is so super cute!! I pinned it! Christina
I love your card holder. Thanks for the tutorial!
This is incredibly genius! I am so excited to try this one! Wow! Gorgeous!
Thank you so much for the tutorial! I am on a hunt for as many A2 card boxes I can find. I actually created a Silhouette file for the box I created. You can see my box here – http://sabrioletdesigns.blogspot.com/2012/11/tis-season-featuring-dcwvs-artic-wishes.html. Thanks again!
Thank you for sharing this tutorial. I started making my card box this afternoon and I like it! But the measurements for the white pieces don't make sense. These are too big.
This looks marvelous!
I will be making many of these sets for gifts. I am new to card crafting and was wondering the overall dimensions of the box and the number & size of the cards it can hold.
Thanks for sharing this great project. It's an excellent gift to give or hold a class.
This tutorial is just fabulous! I cannot wait to try it myself. Love your zebra stripes too.
This card box is so creative. I just love it. The pink with the zebra stripes make me smile and inspires me to make my own. Thanks so much!
Great idea! Can't wait to try this myself!
What a fantastic tutorial and just what I needed to hold some cards for gift giving. I can't wait to try it. Thanks for sharing! I love your cards too.
Just what I needed to hold my hand made cards! Can't wait to make it! I love it and the zebra print too 🙂
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