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Stampin' Up! Fabric for a Decorative Card Keeper

My youngest daughter and her husband will be moving soon so I wanted to create a special box to hold the cards that I make for them to give to friends and family.  This box was the Card Keeper Box that was on the Clearance Rack a while back and I was fortunate to get several to make for family members and one for me!  And, even though these boxes are no longer available, you could use a photo box available at most craft stores.

Here's a view of the front:


Stampin up card keeper box fabric front view
Stampin' Up! Fabric on a Card Keeper Box Front View


I used some of our Stampin' Up! Punches to make the box label in the front.  The lid is covered with Stampin' Up! Fabric from the Timeless Portrait Collection, It was adhered to the top using the Big Shot Fabric Adhesive Roll.

Inside view:


Stampin up card keeper box fabric inside
Stampin' Up! Project Idea Card Keeper

On the dividers, I stamped the different categories of cards to help with organization.  This particular alphabet is retired but there is a really cute one in the new Stampin' Up! Catalog that I have my eye on...Simply Serif Mini Alphabet Wood Mount.


Top View:

Stampin up card keeper fabric top
Stampin' Up! Fabric Covered Card Keeper

To embellish the top, I used some current and retired paper and products.  The flowers were created with the Blossom Punch with some ribbon and tulle as accents.


The are many possibilities for using your crafting products from Stampin' Up!
Try using some of our beautiful fabric on a project.  It adds a rich look and is a great addition to paper craft.

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Thanks for stopping by to see my Stampin' Up! Fabric card keeper project!


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