Hello and thanks for stopping by today! Box card and Unicorns are the_coolest_animal in my kid’s eyes. In fact, my oldest son, Trip, says he best loves unicorns and french fries. I love this kid so much! He is nothing if not honest. One of Trip’s favorite people in the world is not feeling well and he asked to send him a unicorn card. Displaying a card in the hospital can be tricky so I created a box card from one of Bronwyn’s amazing tutorials at AddINKtive Designs.
Magical Day Box Card
This project is created from a tutorial by AddINKtive Designs. Visit AddINKtive Designs by CLICKING HERE.
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measurements for this project
Magical Day stamp set + Box Card
My kid’s current favorite bundle (which is 10% off through March!!!) is the Magical Day Bundle as part of the Myths & Magic Suite of products. Unicorn, dragon, mermaid, knight in armor, seahorse… it’s all there. LOVE IT! and can’t get enough of it. Coloring the unicorn was easy with the Stampin’ Blends alcohol markers. Easy peasy unicorn squeezy. My sons have a few unicorns, their names are: Eunice, Baby Eunice, Buzzy Eunice, Tiny Eunice and I can’t remember the other one but I’m sure there is a eunice in the name as well. Eunice the Unicorn is very important to my boys. So here is yet another Eunice…
Tips for this project
This box card design is perfect when I want to send a card that will be more than a card. Extremely sturdy and standing on it’s own, it really makes a statement.
The clouds and hearts for the box card are cut out from the cloud dies in Up & Away Thinlits dies. Using Glimmer Paper adds that touch of special attention to catch the eye.
Rainbows are amazing, aren’t they? This rainbow was created using the Layering Ovals Framelits dies.
To hold the sentiment and keep with the cloud theme, I created a modified Layering Square to hold the stamped image.
Here is a list of supplies I used to make this card project. Links are here that you can click to get product info and purchase items, at no additional cost to you, as well. Thank you for your support with your purchase
Having more ways to create a focal point on your project can make a project work for you. I hope you like this project and will come back to visit often! Thanks for stopping by today.
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