I am here to share what I have done with some Kaisercraft goodness and some fabulous Glue Arts products.
I have used the Glue Arts Glue Glider PRO, Raisen’s, U CUT IT and Extreme Adhesive Micro Squares with the Kaisercraft Chapter One Collection to make a box full of note cards. I must say I really do love these adhesive products. They are easy to use and stick really well.
To create the box you need to create two halves which interlock together. Cut and score 2 pieces of patterned paper as per the template.
The Raisen’s and U CUT IT are perfect for layered embellishments like the scalloped embellishment I used on top of my box. I used the U CUT IT between the black scallop and the teal scallop and then used the raisen’s to adhere the circle.
To make the notecards I kept the design simple and used white cardstock (7″ x 3 1/2″ folded in half) for the card base. I added a piece of patterned paper 3″ x 3″, a piece of ribbon 3 1/2″ long stamped with a saying and a button. I love the Glue Glider Pro to adhere ribbon and lace to projects – non messy, quick and easy and it stays there! The Micro Adhesive Squares are perfect for those embellishments like buttons. I often use a scapel to remove the square and to place under an object on my project so I dont have to remove it completely from my project first.
Decorate the top of the box and pop your note cards inside and you have a gorgeous gift for someone.
“Box of Note Cards” by Lesley Cooper
Material List: Chapter One Collection Patterned Paper Reflect (P668), Motivate (P670), Beginning (P666); Paper Pad (PP843); Rub Ons (RB960); Clear Stamps (CS777); Mini Clear Stamps Friends (CS920); Pearl Flourishes (PL507); LAce Pack (EM929); Grosgrain Ribbon (RI609); Glue Arts: Glue Glider PRO, Raisen’s, U CUT IT, extreme Adhesive Mini Squares; Other: buttons, twine,cardstock
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