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Saturday, February 7, 2009

Crimped Envelope Valentine

This was one of the projects I created for my club to make today. The tutorial is on SCS, and when I got my Weekly Inkling, I just knew I had to give this a try. Here it is all put together...



And this is what it looks like open, this shot shows the inside pull-out piece. The pocket card itself is a standard A2 envelope, these are quick, easy, and I love the look of them. I punched a partial scallop circle out of the top open end so the recipient can see the card inside...

Stamps: Heartfelt Thanks, Holiday&Wishes, All Holidays
Paper: SU Medium Whisper White envelope, Riding Hood Red CD, Bella Rose DSP scrap
Ink: Riding Hood Red, Pink Pirouette, Kiwi Kiss
Acc/Tools: Fiskars Crimper from SU, SU Square Scallop punch, SU Scallop Circle punch, 1", 3/4" and 1/2" SU circle punches, SU Glue Dots, Sponges, and paper flowers by Kaiser Scrapbooks.


8 comments:

scrappinmominky said...

Very cute. I love the crimping, the flowers, and the color. All of it is great.

Cheryl said...

Wonderful Naomi!!!

Louise Forsyth said...

This is beautiful!!!Gorgeous paper and the crimping looks great.

Heather said...

Great job! I love the crimping!

The Mama Monkey said...

Oh my, you have been busy while I was on vacation!! I love this card! I never think to use my crimper. You did such a gorgeous job with it! Love the colors as well. :)

Traci said...

Great job! I love the paper you used and those flowers are so cute!

CathyRose said...

What a terrific idea! Love the crimping! I need to dust my crimper off and use it. You've inspired me!

gale said...

So cute!! It has never even occurred to me to crimp an envelope!!