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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Jin's Fall Picks: Greetings to Whoo

The Lettering Delights Greetings to Whoo cut it set includes four non-card projects. Today I will show you how they look like once they are cut and assembled.

The first two files in the set are purses.

Assembling the layers is pretty straightforward but folding the purse is tricky the first time you make this. Here, let me show you how the side is folded:

The picture is too small? No problem! Here's a close-up:

In case you still can't tell how the sides are folded, the following picture should explain it:

Files no. 3 and 4 are cards and this is how mine turned out:

File no. 5 is a 4 sided open-top box that looks like that:

Now, on to the last file in the set.

Can you tell what these are? Well, they are...

Post-It note pad holders!

So that's all for today's post. I hope that with the visuals, it'll help those of you who have bought the set and are not sure how the finished project for each of the file look like. By the way, everything was cut with Make-the-Cut and the Silhouette SD cutter.

To get your LD Greetings to Whoo cut it set, just click HERE.

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  1. LOVE LOVE LOVE the post-it note holder. Hope Lettering Delights makes more of these for the holidays. They will make the PERFECT Chrismas gift for my co-workers. Jin, if you made all these on the SD, was the paper 8.5 X 11, and what size were the purses?

  2. That's it I'm moving next to you:)

  3. Very cute. I am going to have to get this one for my daughter who LOVES owls. Thanks for enabling.

  4. Thanks for sharing, Jin. You make the cutest projects for your kids. Your kids have the most awesome mom around - must be the kid in you, huh? LOL

    I always come here first to see what you make with the new files form LD; you make it look so easy!!!

    Carmen L