July 18, 2012

Cuttlebug Card Set!

I have the honor of posting a project today!  Hello from Georgia!
I am Carolyn from Carolyn's Creative Corner!

Fall is a very special season in the mountains of North Georgia!  The leaves turn beautiful colors, the temperature cools, and there is a festival of some type each weekend!  I am making card sets for at least one craft show.  The Cuttlebug is a fabulous tool for creating fun and quick cards.  I have a collection of Cuttlebug embossing folders and cutting dies that are just waiting to be used!
I found these little cloth tote bags in the craft section at Walmart.  There are 3 bags in a bundle and the bundle is only one dollar ($1.00)!!  When I spotted the colorful little bags I knew they would be perfect to hold A2 card sets!
I used these Cuttlebug cutting dies for today's card set.
Everyday Greetings
With Gratitude
These cards were created using...
"Persia" cutting die
"Everyday Greetings" cutting die
All images were cut from cardstock and adhered to the white card front.
These cards were created using...
"Astericks" cutting dies
"With Gratitude" cutting die
The large asterick is cut directly into the card front.  I put a piece of colorful paper behind the opening and then outlined the image with white gel pen.  The other astericks are glued to the card front.
These cards were created using...
"Birthday" cutting dies
"Happy Birthday" die is from Sizzix
Copic Marker was used to color the bow and cake
The front of the bag is decorated with images from "Persia".  Everything is glued securely to the cloth.  The tag is from a Cuttlebug font and tied to the handle of the bag.
The set is designed to be sold.  A price tag is tied to the handles and the cards are attached to the back of the bag.
The cards are enclosed in clear plastic bags and tied to the bag with a cloth ribbon.  The ribbon must be cut to remove the cards.
The cards are packaged two to a bag.  They are attached so that each card can be seen.  There is a label on each card that gives the message inside each card.  Envelopes are between the cards.
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