Friday, June 26, 2009

Desktop Card Box/Drawers

This is so cute and fun. The bottom portion is three drawers attached to each other and decorated. I think each drawer could probably hold 5-6 cards with envelopes. Also, the top portion is made like a magazine holder with three slots. Again each slot could hold 5-6 and probably more cards and envelopes. On each side there is another magazine holder box that can hold 5-6 and probably more cards each. Imagine what a store of cards you could have and could have a slot for each type of card you want to have on hand. The small box off to the side is made using the box Bigz Die and the Big Shot and then attaching each side to a box made to fit inside. You can put paper clips, buttons, or anything else you want into this. It's really quite large. This would make a fun gift to give a loved one and stuffed full of home-made cards for them to send out.


JulieA said...

Oh stop it! That is way too cute! Now are you going to gift that beautiful creation away or keep if for yourself? :-D Hey! I know this great friend of yours in WA state..... Love it!

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