Golf Cart Box Card
This golf cart box card is from the Father’s Day Box Cards SVG Kit by SVGCuts. The kit contains several different box card projects with themes that are perfect for Father’s Day or that could be used year round. In addition to this golf cart card, there is a baseball themed card, a toolbox card, a BBQ grill card, and a generic card with stars. The kit contains the svg files that you can cut with your electronic die cutting machine, and you can choose the papers and embellishments. Once all the pieces are cut out, you assemble them into an amazing dimensional card! A tutorial VIDEO is provided to make assembly a breeze.
What I love about box cards is that they fold flat to fit into a regular envelope, and depending on the embellishments that you choose, they may not even require extra postage (if you make them light and flat enough).
The patterned paper and printed card stock I used was Authentique “Durable” from the Loyal collection, “Green Plaid” by Paper Pizazz – Hot Off The Press, “Persnickety Finicky” by lilybeedesign, and Recollections silver shimmer card stock. The textured white was the back of some scraps of printed paper I had in my stash. The brown card stock was from the open stock at AC Moore (not sure of the name; no label). The textured-looking metalic silver was from the “Silver Textured Foil” digital paper set by ScubamouseStudiosJr which I purchased on Etsy. I also used Recollections green from their Christmas cardstock pack and Gina K Cherry Red.
I used the Sizzix Dot Matrix embossing folder to add the dimples to the golf balls and two Recollections brads on the wheels.
I found the score card on google and stamped “fore you” with Gina K Grass Green ink. This stamp is from the CC Designs “Just Fore You” set.
There is a plain panel on the back where you could stamp or write a message and sign your name. The sentiment I used is from the “And Many Mower” set (retired?) from Stampin’ Up, and was stamped with Gina K Green Grass ink. (This stamp set also contains a “Happy Father’s Day” stamp which I also used in place of the “Happy Birthday” on a few cards.)
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