Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Another Big Shot Top Note project

I keep finding more great ideas to use with the Top Note die for my Big Shot machine. This one is great, a fun little gift card holder with 2 pockets made with the fun scallop edge from the Top Note die. You can put a gift card in one pocket and a note in the other pocket. You cut a piece of DSP 4" X 8", I used the Bashful Blue Patterns paper. I trimmed one of the 4" edges with the Eyelet Border Punch and scored it at 3" and 6".

I cut a half sheet of cardstock (8 1/2 X 5 1/2") and scored it at 2 3/4" down the short edge and at 4" and 8" along the long edge.

After folding it along the score lines and adhering the half inch flap to the other edge, I folded it in half and inserted each open end into the Big Shot machine, positioning the piece in the middle so the point would be centered. I then adhered the whole piece to the patterned paper piece, lining up the folds.

I stamped the sentiment and punched it with the oval punch, then mounted it onto a Night of Navy Scalloped Oval Punch and adhered it to the front of the gift card holder. Now it is ready to insert a gift card and note and tie together with a piece of Night of Navy ribbon. I think I'll make several of these with matching note cards to fit in the pocket so I'll have a quick gift ready when I need it.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love the medallion stamp the way you inked it. Great Idea.
I'm on to the next stop. thanks
Patsycolbert@yahoo.com

Cyndi said...

What a great way to use the top note die. Thanks for the tip.