Tool Belt Cash Card

Kim Kesti
Tool Belt Cash Card


SUPPLIES: Cardstock: (Rusted, Cantaloupe, Lakeshore) Bazzill Basics Paper Accents: (brass eyelets) Making Memories Font: (Ver Army) www.dafont.com Tools: (1 3/4", 1 1/4" circle punches) Marvy Uchida; (corner rounder punch) Other: (sandpaper, nails, cash) Finished size: 6" x 4"

1 Make card from cardstock; round bottom corners.
2 Trim cardstock to 6" x 2 1/2". Fold to create pockets and attach eyelets.
3 Print "#1 dad" on cardstock; circle-punch. Mat with cardstock circle, attach eyelet, and adhere.
4 Adhere pockets to card.
5 Trim cardstock strip, attach eyelets, fold, and adhere to create belt.
6 Insert nails, sandpaper, and cash inside pockets.

 

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May/June 2011

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Tool Belt Card
Adorable, Just so cute, gonna try one for a graduation card for someone taking electricity at a vocational school. Thanks for sharing, Love it!!!
Tool Belt Card
Adorable, Just so cute, gonna try one for a graduation card for someone taking electricity at a vocational school. Thanks for sharing, Love it!!!

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