Sunday, December 8, 2013

Envelope Punch Board =Christmas Table Setting

Hello Stampers
  Well what you think of this table setting? I LOVED it. I hosted a Christmas dinner and this is what I done with the Envelope Punch Board for the silverware. It is so so cute and super easy to make....
Start with the measurement for a 3-1/5 by 6 envelop so this would be a piece of Cherry Cobbler 8 by 8 follow the guide on your Envelope Punch Board #133774 so your first score will be at 3-1/8 then follow the score guide. Glue on the long way keep one flap open. Then I use a piece of white card stock of 5 by 1" emboss with the Fancy Fan folder #127751 glue in the center then for the belly band I use a piece of Black card stock 10 by 1 wrap around and slide the buckle in the center. The buckle I use the Champagne #127885 or silver #124005 glimmer paper first punch out the 1" square punch#124094 then come back and punch from your opening of the 1" square the Artisan Label #130920 Voila you have your buckle that you will slide it in the belly band (buckle). I use the paper piercer #126189 to add the holes in the belt then glue. The little "thing" strip that look like part of the buckle I just glue a tiny scrap of glimmer paper. I know I'm the worst of the worst one to give written direction but I think this is so easy that just with the picture you will get it. :)

 The Oh what Fun! is from the stamp set Christmas Message w#131790 C#131793
 Well my friends this is it for this fun project and I know you can decorate your Christmas table in no time these are super quick to make even if you have the whole family, the in-law and neighbor you can wipe lots of them in no time and impress all your guest :)
Have a great day and again stay warm it's not warming to much here in WY. they forecast more snow for today....the snow is okay it's the wind and cold that blaaaaaah when it's negative on the thermometer yes it's darn cold. So inside cranking my Christmas card :) Enjoy!  



4 comments:

  1. I so enjoy your posts and your WONDERFUL creativity! Now...with this project...you are swaying me towards the punch board as a MUST HAVE tool!

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  2. love this post; no snow here, but lots elsewhere (in N.B., Canada)

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