Now that I’m back from my vacation at our trailer in BC, I thought it was time that I got back into the swing of things. You know, crafting wise. Looking around my craft area, which is still a bit of a mess from my “reorganizing”, I wasn’t really ready to start on a project from our new product. And since it was on the way out, I thought it was fitting that I put together the Pathfinding Workshop on the Go Cardmaking Kit. Once I started working on it, I realized this was the perfect project for my United Way donation!
Every fall, a company that my husband is involved with holds a United Way silent auction. Over the years, we have contributed a few different things. This year, I thought these cards would be perfect, especially if they had a little case in which to carry them! So I went looking for a template, and found one over at Papertrey Ink. It’s call a Captured Card Case, and it was designed by Lauren Meader. Very simple to put together, and lent itself very well to the embellishments that I chose!!
Here is the case closed. Sorry the photo is a little off kilter. I was in a hurry to get these photos uploaded! I basically duplicated the design of my favourite card of the set, with just a few, minor adjustments. It still seemed like it needed something, so I hunted through my stash of ribbon and found this little piece of brown, loopy velvet ribbon that was perfect. Yay!!
And here is the box opened, so you get a look at the beautiful cards (with envelopes) inside.And here are some shots where you can see all of the different cards that came in the WOTG and will be going into the case!
It was great fun!
Until next time