Monday, July 21, 2014

Polaroid Camera Box Card

This Polaroid Box Card is a SVG cut file from collection is called Parkside Row found here. I used my Silhouette to cut it. It was a snap - really - to put together and of course, because Mary (from always has a tutorial video on all the projects in the collection. You are probably wondering why this collection is called Parkside Row?  Well, it is because there are these fabulous vintage looking 12" tall houses in the collection which look even better when you make a few of them all lined up in a row. Some  people call them "Painted Ladies". Isn't this a unique and cute card? The shiny part is a "hologram star"! The blank and white dot paper is from my stash but can be easily found in any craft store.  For the other papers, these are just scraps I had - it doesn't take much to make this card at all.  Grey card stock is from Bazzil. Stamped message is from Lawn Fawn Awesome Stamp set.
Overhead view: I love how easily this card came together with all the unique embellishments.
 Back view: enough room for a hand written message
Here is the card completely flat (finished measurement is 9" x 6".)  No worries the SVG cut file also has a customized envelope in their collection for this box card.
Thank you for coming by to visit today! Be sure to take a peak at's variety of unique box cards they have to offer in their store.

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