|Easter Card in a Box with Custom Envelope|
|Easter Card in a Box, backside|
|Easter Card in a Box, closer look|
|Cupcake Card in a Box|
|Cupcake Card in a Box, backside|
|Small 4x4" Easter Card in a Box|
|Small 4x4" Easter Card in a Box, backside|
|Flower Shop and Petite Petals Card in a Box, lg size|
|Flower Shop and Petite Petals Card in a Box, backside|
|Easter Card in a Box, A-2 size|
|Easter Card in a Box, A-2 size backside|
The second one we made is a direct copy of Julie Davison's cupcake easy 4x4" size. I changed the greeting to use what I have. I also changed the inside pieces to 2@ 1x3", scored at 1/2". I attached the cupcakes with glue dots so they won't fall off.
The A-2 size, 4-1/4" x 5-1/2", which fits in a standard envelope, can be found here. Briana has good written directions which are easy to follow as well as a video. I used her measurements to make my last Easter Card in a Box, which is identical to the club version with one less tulip.
I found the larger boxes are easier because there's more space to attach the center pieces. On the other hand Julie's 4x4" box has easy measurements and the size is so cute. Finally, you might prefer the A-2 size because you don't have to create a custom envelope. Hope you try one! They're a little time consuming, but so satisfying.
Happy Stamping! Mary