Monday, September 6, 2010

Cup Card









Here's my version of a cup card based on a similar design I've done some time back but this one is designed to hold items...it could be tea bags, apple cider, hot cocoa, gourmet specialty coffee servings or a cup-a-soup package along with a spoon. You could include a gift card to a favorite coffee spot!
File link here! (11th post)
In my side bar you can follow the Coffee Cup and Sayings link, too!


This pic shows how I use the leftover paper for the coordinating bands and bookmarks.


The rest I cut 1" squares and flower with punches I have so it all gets used up! I use a corner rounder on the bookmarks, punch a hole and run some curling ribbon through.

I also used my Cuttlebug embosser to create texture...I love the swirl design. On several I cut a liner in a complementary paper.

Along with the svg I've also included a scut file so you will have the exact size I've cut these at since it's a suitable size for larger pouches like the soup and cocoa. It is a larger size so if you plan to mail it you will need the 6"x9" envelopes.

It has a lot of uses for a thank you, thinking of you or just because kind of gift!

Enjoy and make someone happy!

6 comments:

  1. Those are so cute! What a great idea..I am in awe. I want to be sick and get one of these :)thank you!

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  2. Thank you Laura, another great file. I love all your examples and ideas, thanks for sharing.

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  3. Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Cricut Freebies Search List, under the Card post on Sep. 08, 2010. Thanks again.

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  4. I love this I don't see the download for the file..please help

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  5. Renita, the links are zip files just below the photos on post 11 and 12. http://z10.invisionfree.com/thealliancetrader/index.php?showtopic=467&st=0&#last
    Thanks all!

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