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EPB Handbag using Stampin’ Up! supplies

EPB handbag 2   EPB handbag 3

Good morning to you all and happy weekend!!! Yay its the weekend again the time when everything slows down slightly from mid week.  Or two days until schools go back, whichever way you want to look at it haha.  So todays project is an Envelope Punch Board project.  I made this box but didn’t really know what to do with it so i thought add some ribbon for a handle and there it is..a handbag!! Its rather cute really.  I used the free cardstock from sale-a-bration (irresistibly yours yes im addicted to it)  with the epoxy type design which you can only see when you move it in the light but to bring out the beautiful spring like pattern i sponged the cardstock with Cherry Cobbler Classic Stampin’ Pad and it brings it to life.   I used the Decorative Label Punch and stamped out my sentiment from the free sale-a-bration stamp set simply wonderful.  I then added just a little detail with the flower punch from the Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack and then added some Basic Pearls Jewel Accents.  The ribbon for the handle is Whisper White 5/8 Inch Organza Ribbon and punched the holes out for the ribbon with the 1/8″ Circle Handheld Punch.  What do you think?

The measurements are below in inches only as its an envelope punch board project you can just line it up and punch.

You need cardstock that measures 6″ x 6″ then punch and score at 2 1/4″ then 3 1/2 ” then just turn your cardstock and lining up the scored lines with the guide keep going round punching and scoring until all sides are done.Then just snip up each corner square to make your tabs to adhere.

I hope you like it.  Enjoy your weekend

Suzy x

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