Saturday, May 4, 2013

Gift Card Purse

Hi guys!
Today I get to show you a fun little project using some of those awesome CTMH products for
Dr. Phil Scraps.

I decided to make a little purse from the Artiste Cricut Cartridge Collection (Z1790) and turn it into a cute way to package up a gift card and some candy.


I cut my purse out of the Artiste Cricut Cartridge (found on page 31 in the handbook) at 3".
I decided it need a little something, so I added some patterned papers from the Chantilly Paper Packet (X7163B). It just took a little strip for the top and bottom edge,so that little touch can easily be done with some of your scraps. Then for my closure, I stamped that beautiful flower from the Just For You (B1398) stamp set. I hand cut it out after I had it stamped and then adhered the top half to the front flap of my purse. 

Here is a close up of that awesome stamp:

To keep my flap closed, I simply adhered a small piece of velcro to the bottom half of the flower.
This stamp is so versatile! You can easily stamp each section of the flower to coordinate with your project perfectly!

Here is a picture showing you the contents of my little gift purse:

What a cute way to present someone with a gift card!

Thanks so much for stopping by today!
I really appreciate it!
I hope you have a fabulous crafty day!
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*I created this project while on the Dr. Phil Scraps Design Team*

Supplies Used:
CTMH products:

Other products used:
White Cardstock (Georgia Pacific)
Studio G Inks
Velcro
Ribbon
Foam Adhesive

7 comments:

  1. Super cute treat purse. I really would like to make something for my teacher friends this week for Teacher Appreciation. This just might work!

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  2. Love this! That stamp set was on my wish list and I scratched it off. I think I need to add it back now.

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  3. I am trying to figure out how you stamped it! Love the purse and the closure! Awesome gift for anyone! And, who doesn't love chocolate?
    Hugs,
    Sheree

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  4. So cute. I love that flower stamp. I have been thinking about getting it, this pretty much settles it. Thanks for sharing.

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