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Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Valentines Love Note Holder Tutorial w/Instructions

Hello Everyone, I wanted to share this tutorial with you. If you want to know more about the designer and other services, page kits or classes they may offer please visit their blog, store or web site. Enjoy!

2 sheets of 12"x12" chipboard
Patterned Paper
Misc. trim, flowers and alphabet embellishments to your liking

To create this project:
1. Cut two pieces of 6"x12" chipboard. Set one aside.

2. Cut two pieces of 4"x12" chipboard.

3. To create the pieces of your envelope, cut pieces as shown.
4. Using tape, assemble your envelope as shown. When taping, be sure to leave approximately 1/8" between pieces to allow for them to fold

5. Begin covering chipboard with patterned paper. Cover the inside piece (6"x12" base piece) and top flap first.
6. Turn envelope completely over and cover the side flaps and bottom flap with patterned paper.
7. Fold side flaps in and adhere them together, not adhering them to the base piece.
8. Fold bottom flap up and adhere to side flaps.
9. Punch holes and set eyelets in the tpp corners of the envelope.
10. Add wire for hanging.
11. Using your misc. trims, flowers, etc embellish the front.
So cute! Thanks for the inspiration Rachel!

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