Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Polaroid Money Card~YouTube video

Hey everyone!  Just popping in here while I have a share a new project I came up with using the new CTMH Artistry cartridge.  It's a money card, and I think it turned out super cute!  For the last few years and have gotten lazy with birthday presents for my 9 year old's friends.  I give them cash, jazzed up in one way or another.  Not ONE child has minded, usually when they open it...the pretend to faint, lol!  Here is my latest creation:  (Design Space File & YouTube video below!)

I used Design Space to size the Polaroid to fit the Flip Flaps .  I cut the base with Glacier, and two inside sections (one Thistle, and one silver).  Then I attached the Flip Flap to the back, so it would roll up inside.  I used a scrap piece of paper to attach the the polaroid to my card base.  The card case is 4 3/4" x 8 1/2.  I used the Holiday Tag for the Happy Birthday sentiment.

Sorry~I can't give dimensions for this if you aren't using the Explore...But, you can estimate the dimensions off my DS file, and use it in Cricut Craft room.  You will have to add the slit on the Polaroid base.  Test it out on scrap paper first to make sure everything fits!  :)  I also added scraps at the bottom of the Flip Flap to prevent the flap from going to far inside the slit.  Click below for my Design Space File and YouTube video!
My Design Space File (free) ~ Click Here

YouTube Video~

Supplies used:

Diecuts~ CTMH Artistry Cartridge
Money Pouch~ Flip Flaps
Cardstock~ Thistle Cardstock,
Cardstock~ Glacier Cardstock
Cardstock~ Grey Glitter Paper
Stamps~ Holiday Tag

Thanks for joining me!

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