Stampin Up Card in a Box Digital Tutorial - Includes basic instructions for 5 different looks (see photos)

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Learn how to make a card in a box. This tutorial is a pdf file with step by step instructions which includes coloured images and diagrams.

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REQUIREMENTS FOR THIS TUTORIAL
I mostly use Stampin Up products for all my tutorials. This tutorial may use some retired products, however you can easily substitute the retired products with current products available from the latest Stampin Up catalogue/s or similar products of your choice to complete your projects.

Please see list below for products used:
• Card stock - your choice of colour
• Stampin Up designer series paper (DSP) or equivalent - your choice of pattern and colour
• Stampin Up simply scored scoring tool
• Bone folder or equivalent
• Metal ruler with millimetres and inches
• Scissors or craft knife/scalpel & cutting mat
• Double sided tape
• Double sided foam squares or equivalent
• Stampin Up glue dots
• Thick acetate sheet
• Range of embellishments to decorate

RULES FOR THIS TUTORIAL
The content including text and images in this tutorial are copyright to Jacquii McLeay.

This content is provided solely for your personal use and can not be used for any commercial purposes, publications, competition submissions or any other monetary gain as I reserve that right for myself. You cannot copy, sell or redistribute any part of this tutorial.

DISCLAIMER
To achieve the desired outcome, you need to ensure that you follow all my specifications correctly. Failure to do so may lead to an imperfect result.

This tutorial uses both metric and imperial measurements and it is recommended that you use a ruler that has both millimetres and inches.

For printing purposes I have set up two options for each of my tutorials: Metric (A4) and Imperial (Letter) size documents. Both options are included with this purchase, please ensure you select the correct option when printing (the normal size you would use when you print in your country).


For more tutorials or inspirational ideas please visit my blog http://splotchdesign.blogspot.com.au/



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thank you, very happy with item.
May 28, 2017 by teresa prate
Thank-you Clear instructions! Love it!
Jan 25, 2017 by Sandi FitzGerald
Detailed and easy to follow. Thank You!
Feb 4, 2016 by S R
Cute cards. Files were great
Nov 10, 2015 by Mary Dredge
Great directions. I appreciated that there were multiple pictures of the same technique. I like knowing the options.
Oct 14, 2015 by Rebecca Hook

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For printing purposes I have set up two options for each of my tutorials: Metric (A4) and Imperial (Letter) size documents. Both options are included with all purchases, please ensure you select the correct option when printing (the normal size you would use when you print in your country).

Most of my tutorials use both metric and imperial measurements and it is recommended that you use a ruler that has both millimetres and inches.