January 11, 2009

Valentine Purse







This fun and fast purse I came up with when I saw Becky's purse on her blog... she made one for a Baby shower gift using preexisting clear card holders. I came up with
my own pattern using acetate and have a tutorial... if you are interested, please leave me a comment with your email address and I will contact you.

I used the Valentine's Bundle which you can find on my SU, website. All materials are copywrite of Stampin' Up! unless othewise noted.






I added some little hearts for strength to the ties...
This is what the purse looks like opened... it holds 4 full cards with envelopes on each side... I just loved it... I also used the build a brad for the "O" in Love... couldn't resist...
Another closer view....
And here is a side view so you can see the finished card.



Thanks for looking...
Sandra








6 comments:

  1. Judee Pepper1/17/2009

    I love your valentine purse, you are so creative. I am a Stampin Up Demonstrator and I would love your tutorial on this cute purse. My name is Judee Pepper and my eMail address is jmpepper@cox.net
    Thank you and have a great day.

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  2. Anonymous1/17/2009

    Love this idea - what a great job! I also would love the tutorial on this - I just got my Valentine's Bundle yesterday! Can't wait to try this! THANKS! Laurie lukeslahr@hotmail.com

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  3. Anonymous1/20/2009

    I love this box and I would be interested too. I am also a SU Demo and would love your tutorial. Your blog is wonderful and full of great ideas. My name is Pam Gaynor and my email is pcgaynor@roadrunner.com. Thanks so much.. love this box..

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  4. Anonymous1/21/2009

    I love your valentine purse. I would love the tutorial on this my email is smhunlimited@aol.com love it....

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  5. Anonymous1/31/2009

    I also love your valentine purse. I would like to view your tutorial. I am a SU Demo also and have a customer who makes cards for missionaries and wants some different ways to give them.
    My email is stampinwithapril@juno.com thank you.

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  6. Just found your blog. Love this! Would love to see your tutorial.
    - Ann
    juststampinaway@eastlink.ca

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