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Perfectly Packaged Bags, Tags Boxes and more

This week at Hand Stamped Sentiment’s we have a package theme challenge.  I’ve needed to say thank you to our dear neighbors and I thought to create a thank you project for this challenge would be perfect.  Inspired by Mary Fish and her pizza box tutorial project I decided to CASE her project and make these 3″ x 3″ thank you cards perfect to put inside this pizza box.  Mary always has clean, simple and stunning projects.  Hop on over to her blog and take a look at her wonderful projects.

For my project I decided to use the Day of Gratitude stamp set and Cajun Craze ink and card stock.  I did not like this color when it first was introduced but now I absolutely love it for all my fall projects.  It’s perfect!

Pizza Box and 3x3 cards
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Day of Gratitude Stamp set clear mount 121148, $18.95, wood mount 120835, $26.95

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Thank you cards with box

Finished size: box size:  3.25″ w x 1″d x 3.25″h  cards size:  3″w x 3″h

Stamp Sets: Day of Gratitude

Paper: Card stock:  Crazy Cajun, Whisper White

Ink: Crazy Cajun

Accessories: Big Shot, Square Lattice embossing folder, Whisper White square mini envelopes, Round Tab Extra Large punch, Sticky Tape

Techniques: Stamping

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