Sunday, November 10, 2013

"E" For Extraordinary

Welcome to another edition of Silhouette Sunday.  (This is a repost from Paper Kisses and Inky Wishes).
Today I wanted to share with you a card I made for my "E"xtraordinary granddaughter whose birthday was one of the three this month.  I picked a chunky font, enlarged it to card size, duplicated it, flipped it, and then welded it.  Presto-chango, an alphabet card.  Easy peasy with the Cameo!  If you have a Silhouette Cameo, SD, or Craft Robo and need any kind of assistance please come join the Silhouette Plus forum HERE.  Tons of information and a wealth of generous, friendly people to help out.  We also have card challenges, 3d challenges, and a scrapbook challenge.  Come join the fun!

I made this box from a cut file by Lori Whitlock (3d bookplate box)  that I purchased from the Silhouette Store to put Emma's card in.  I wanted something she could use for other things later on so I chose this bright, happy cardstock and purposely made it different from the card.  Lori made the little tab holder on the front so the label actually comes out which I thought was so neat.  I reinforced the box from the inside with a few pieces of chip board covered with white cardstock and this cutie is actually quite sturdy.
Thanks for stopping by today!  Enjoy your holiday weekend.  Hugs, Shawna

1 comment:

  1. So very cute and creative! I love how you embellished it with the vine and the flowers. So girly, and I'll bet she loved it!


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