Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Cherry Blossoms Blog Hop

Thanks for bouncing by on the Club Scrap Cherry Blossoms Blog Hop!

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Sometimes it's fun to breathe life into past Club Scrap projects and create them with our latest collections. I uncovered the instructions from the 150th Kit Celebration Event back in 2011 and adapted them with the beautiful Cherry Blossoms papers.

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I used eleven sheets of 12x12 paper and seven sheets of 8.5x11 paper to create sixteen cards and two boxes with lids.

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Each box has two inner pockets. The drop-down side walls of the box are held in place by the lid.

Cherry Blossoms Blog Hop #clubscrap #theefficientcrafter

Cherry Blossoms Blog Hop #clubscrap #theefficientcrafter

Stamp your handmade card sets with the Jumbo, Greeting, and Art Nouveau stamps from the Cherry Blossoms collection.

Cherry Blossoms Blog Hop #clubscrap #theefficientcrafter

All of the paper trimming/scoring diagrams are included in the instructions, and with a little imagination and the Cherry Blossoms kit in hand, you have the makings of two very meaningful gifts completed in just a few hours.

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(Handmade paper flower embellishments from my stash.)
Thanks for coming by! Your next stop is with Roni at Ink Stains. Happy hopping!

Tricia

18 comments:

  1. Sweet presentation. The receiver is going to be overjoyed. Thanks for sharing the instructions!

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  2. As always you come up with great ideas. I love this project - it is so very versatile. Thank you for the reminder about this probject.

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  3. Awesome, amazing how you made all those cards from just 7 sheets!

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  4. WOW! Someone was busy making a lot of cards! Beautiful!!!
    hugs
    Cheryl

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  5. What a fabulous gift idea. I love revisiting "vintage" projects, too! Love how this turned out.

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  6. Tricia, love love love this project!! :) Thanks for the trip down memory lane.

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  7. I guess I need to spend some time looking around the website to find all the incredible project ideas I should steal! Everything you make looks SO PROFESSIONAL. (Yes, I have craft envy!)

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  8. Where do you find the time?! I love learning new ways to package all our cards.

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  9. Love boxes and cards, these are all beautiful and shows the kit off perfectly!

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  10. What a fun box full of cards. I really like the idea of having two sections to it. TFS!

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  11. What a great box! I will definitely be making one of these!

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  12. Stunning! Another fabulous project I have bookmarked to try out.

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  13. This was certainly worth the revisit to the 150th Kit Celebration, what a wonderfully efficient way to make two wonderful card-set gifts!

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  14. Your cards are FABU! I love the crosshatching on the red cards. What a great gift to make during graduation season for thank you cards! I'm on it! Thanks so much for sharing the instructions!

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  15. I love that box! Love the cards, too! I'll have to make some...
    Lilian
    The Leaf Studio

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  16. You are truly Amazing. That is such a sweet project! TFS! Denise

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  17. Love the box and cards Tricia

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