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Friday, April 2, 2010

Fun Friday- Boxes, Bags, Books, and Bunnies!

Welcome to another Fun Friday.  Today's project is a quick and easy one.  Something you can whip up when you want to let someone know you're thinking of them and you have just a few minutes to spare.  Of course, Fun Fridays have to have chocolate somewhere and today is no different.

I've brought the M&M card that I created for Scor-Pal a few years ago out of hiding. Before I show you how to make the card, I've got to tell you about those cute bunnies.  My sister sent me an Easter card a few years ago that had nine of these cute bunnies on the front. Yep, I saved that card front! The center bunny was already popped on a dimensional so that made it even easier. I just cut out the bunnies, mounted them on some white cardstock and done. How's that for cute recycling?

Ok, here's how you make this super quick little card that can be mailed in a regular size envelope that you can fancy up if you'd like.

Start with a half sheet of cardstock. 5 1/2" x 4 1/4" Place the cardstock lengthwise on your Scor-Pal and score at 2",  2 1/2",  5 1/2" and 6". 

Fold on the score lines to look like this:

Decorate the outside as desired. Place a velcro dot on the top flap, then place the 2nd half of the dot on top of the first. (takes the guess work out of where to place the bottom dot) Now, close the M&M holder and press the 2nd dot into place. 
Stick a small bag of M&M's on the inside with adhesive or double-sided tape, add a greeting and you're done!

Thanks for visiting! We'd love to see your M&M card, then send it out and give someone else a
"Fun Friday"!

4 comments:

  1. Miam! I'd like to be your friend! lol! Great card!

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  2. Wow great gift!! I can't wait to see what you come up with next week!!!

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  3. What a wonderful idea! Great tutorial, TFS.

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  4. Awesome idea! Those bunnies are way too cute!
    Nini xoxo

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