Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Casing From Pinterest

I pinned a card quite some time ago so as I was looking through my collection, I saw this and knew it was a good Valentine to make this year.  Using Kraft for the envelopes, it could go to a boy or girl but I wanted it for a "non-frilly" granddaughter.   I used a Darice Hearts embossing folder to add a little feminine touch.
Each little card fits into each envelope so the flaps will be shut when received.
The red letters, and double heart are all Cuttlebug dies.
Making these cute little envelopes was another "new" for me.  I am on a roll so far this year with trying new things.  Having fun venturing out into the unknown!

Tuesday Thowdown - anything
Time Out - Each day is a gift. Open, celebrate, enjoy.
Crop Stop - anything 
Word Art Wednesday - anything
Dies R Us - cards for kids
CardzTV - anything
Simon Wednesday - layers


  1. So cute and I'm sure your granddaughter will LOVE it!! Thanks so much for playing in our ‘Kids Kards’ challenge at Dies R Us. Good Luck and please come back again soon!

    Darlene (DRU Blog Leader)
    DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS Please come for a visit.

  2. What a cute idea -- mini envelopes!! So happy you linked this up to the Cropstop blog this month.
    It's an "Anything Goes" challenge this week over at The House That Stamps Built -- I'd love for you to link this up over there as well!

  3. This is such a creative idea. I love how you placed the sentiment in the envelopes and using kraft is good so you could use it for a guy or girl but I am sure your granddaughter will love it. Thanks for joining Time Out

  4. Very clever! Love the idea of darling inserts in tiny envelopes as part of a card front! Thanks for joining our "Kids Kards" challenge at Dies R Us!

  5. fun card, great design! I am so glad you played along with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!

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  6. Such a fabulous design, Marsha ... graphic with a touch of fun in those envelopes filled with sweet 'letters'! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Time Out! Anita :)