Card in a Box

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Hello crafters!

Today I have another tutorial for you! I have liked the Card in a Box since I first saw it a few months ago. There are a number of tutorials out there. Most of them will give you sizes that you need to create a custom envelope for. Me being me, I wanted something that fit into a regular envelope!

This fun card will fit perfectly into a regular sized envelope! Perfect, right?

This fun little card has a spot on the back for you to write your greeting, so you aren’t missing out on anything! Grab some basic supplies, and make a card in a box today!


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By the way, this tutorial shows you how you can get 3 cards out of one sheet of cardstock! Two of the cards are Card in a Box, and one will be a small 3×6 card. You will have very minimal scraps left over from your base cardstock!

I hope you enjoy the tutorial!

~ Michelle

All products are CTMH (unless noted)
Timberline Paper Pack
Cardstock: Lagoon, White Daisy
Ink: Smoothie, Archival Black
Stamps: All the Details, Word Balloons {Artiste Collection Stamp Set}
Glue: Tombow, Glue Dots, Adhesive strips
Tools: Artiste Cricut Cartridge, Paper Trimmer, Versa Mat, Scissors, Clear Blocks, Bone Folder
Non CTMH: Martha Stewart Scoring board and embossing tools

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2 thoughts on “Card in a Box”

  1. This is a really intriguing card. I will definitely be watching the video.

    1. Mich, just finished watching the video. Bravo! Great instructions. Now inspired to make one.

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