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Fun with Graphic 45 Project #4: Botanical Tea Stationary Organizer & Cards

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How to make a fun stationary organizer and decorate 12 cards/envelopes using Graphic 45’s Ivory Book Box and Botanical Tea Deluxe Collector’s Edition papers.

NOTE: This is a how-to, digital tutorial. (No physical products will be shipped.)

This digital tutorial includes full color photos and detailed, step-by-step instructions to make the organizer and decorate all 12 cards and envelopes.

ALSO NOTE: You can use any décor paper you wish on this project, all the mat sizes for the organizer and all 12 cards are included in this tutorial. However, you WILL need Graphic 45’s Ivory Book Box (or something similar) to create the foundation.

This tutorial includes a full Cutting Guide, which lists the sizes of all of the chipboard, cardstock, and pattern papers used in this project. You can use any pattern paper you wish.

You will also receive a full, color photo Instruction Guide that will take you through every step of making the organizer, as well as how to decorate all twelve of the cards and envelopes. (There are six A2 cards/envelopes, and six A7 cards/envelopes created as part of this project.

A detailed walk-through video of this project is also available on YouTube. A link is included in the digital files for easy reference while making the project. You can find the video here: https://youtu.be/AT4n5cnfyM4

I am also happy to answer any questions that might come up as you make this project. I want you to have fun and enjoy your crafting time! Contact me directly at donna [!at] minibooksrme.com

Follow my blog at http://www.minibooksrme.com to get the first look at each new project tutorial!

Happy crafting!
How to make a fun stationary organizer and decorate 12 cards/envelopes using Graphic 45’s Ivory Book Box and Botanical Tea Deluxe Collector’s Edition papers.

NOTE: This is a how-to, digital tutorial. (No physical products will be shipped.)

This digital tutorial includes full color photos and detailed, step-by-step instructions to make the organizer and decorate all 12 cards and envelopes.

ALSO NOTE: You can use any décor paper you wish on this project, all the mat sizes for the organizer and all 12 cards are included in this tutorial. However, you WILL need Graphic 45’s Ivory Book Box (or something similar) to create the foundation.

This tutorial includes a full Cutting Guide, which lists the sizes of all of the chipboard, cardstock, and pattern papers used in this project. You can use any pattern paper you wish.

You will also receive a full, color photo Instruction Guide that will take you through every step of making the organizer, as well as how to decorate all twelve of the cards and envelopes. (There are six A2 cards/envelopes, and six A7 cards/envelopes created as part of this project.

A detailed walk-through video of this project is also available on YouTube. A link is included in the digital files for easy reference while making the project. You can find the video here: https://youtu.be/AT4n5cnfyM4

I am also happy to answer any questions that might come up as you make this project. I want you to have fun and enjoy your crafting time! Contact me directly at donna [!at] minibooksrme.com

Follow my blog at http://www.minibooksrme.com to get the first look at each new project tutorial!

Happy crafting!

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