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Old 03-13-2018, 04:13 PM   #1
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Does anyone remember these? This was before the day of the Big Shot. Stampin' Up had 12x12 packages of gable boxes, petal cards, trapezoid boxes, tags and several other boxes for treats. They came in assorted colors of the color families Bold Brights, Earth Elements. etc.
I have quite a stash of these and while I know how to put together the boxes, I am looking for some ideas for the petal cards. The folded up size is 4" x 5 1/4" and there are scalloped rectangles for the inside. I thought about just cutting these up to use them as I cannot find much in the card ideas. If you have any ideas or have a link to other uses. Let me know, please.
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Here are a few in the gallery...

petal card by nrg6271 - at Splitcoaststampers

Petal Cards by nrg6271 - at Splitcoaststampers

cherries petal card by mamabug - at Splitcoaststampers

real red petal card by Kim Van De Riet - at Splitcoaststampers

real red petal card open by Kim Van De Riet - at Splitcoaststampers

I really like the last one (two photos).
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Thanks, Sabrina.
I don't have clearance to see the last two photos.
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Oh, sorry. Because I found them as the result of a search, I couldn't tell that they were in a Dirty Dozen gallery.
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It was, as you can tell from the title, Real Red in colour. The inside panel was whatever cardinal stamp was current at the time. She had stamped the front of the petals with Print Pattern in tone-on-tone stamping. She used an eyelet at the tip of the two vertical petals and had threaded ribbon (wide cream organza, narrow red and cream check) and tag through them to hold it closed. And some of the edges of the folded-closed card look as if they had been distressed/sponged a little with white ink. A nice change from the other ones which I think were all belly band closures.
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Thanks, Sabrina. The kit came with belly bands and also round cardstock washer looking pieces which I guess are used for the button and string type closure.
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