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Make this elegant gift box to anyone for any occasions, a birthday or a wedding. It can hold a gift card, jewelry, or candy. It also looks great on a desk holding office supplies. It is very easy to make and you don’t need a lot of craft supplies. You can leave it simple or add different embellishments to suit your style. Great for a stamp camp, or as a class project.

Elegant Gift Box & Card

This super cute project comes to you designed by Monika Davis.  To get the instructions for Monika’s project, just subscribe to April over at Craft Project Central.  And if you have a minute, please leave Monika a comment on her project.

Whoo-hoo! It’s my day to have my project up on Craft Project Central for this month! I am so excited to show it to you!  Get ready for graduation season with your choice of gift card holder, money (or check) holder, and fun fold graduation cap card. Includes two graduation themed treat holders as well.

Graduation Cards & Treats

To get the instructions for this project, just subscribe to April over at Craft Project Central.  Or, you can win a free month’s subscription. Just leave me a comment on this project (not here, over at Craft Project Central) by the end of the day Wednesday, April 23rd  and I will pick one lucky winner!

Here is closer look at the cards. First, the gift card holder.

Graduation Gift Card Holder by Yapha

This card is designed for checks or cash:

Graduation Check Holder by Yapha

The third card is a fun fold just perfect for graduation.

Graduation Card by Yapha

There are also two cute treat holders in the mix. I have one more graduation card to show you. It will be a part of tomorrow’s Stamp Review Crew blog hop, so be sure to come back and see it!

These little cuties are a fun addition to any party.  With a Big Shot, Fringe scissors, card stock, and a few other tools, you can easily create your own army of Minion party-goers!

Minion Birthday Party

This super cute project comes to you designed by Buffy Cooper.  To get the instructions for Buffy’s project, just subscribe to April over at Craft Project Central.  And if you have a minute, please leave Buffy a comment on her project.

This Framed Shadow Box Gift Set would make a great gift for newlyweds, or how about an anniversary gift for that couple who needs this reminder?! The simple tea light holder and gift box will make a nice addition to include with the coordinating card.

Always Kiss Me Goodnight Gift Set

This beautiful project comes to you designed by Julie Beltramo.  To get the instructions for Julie’s project, just subscribe to April over at Craft Project Central.  And if you have a minute, please leave Julie a comment on her project.

This pretty Card Organizer is a perfect addition to any desk, and designed to organize your greeting cards. The dividers make it easy to stay organized and you can customize the dividers to whatever sentiments you like!  This project makes a nice gift or great class idea!

Quatrefancy Card Organizer

This beautiful project comes to you designed by Laurie Zoellmer.  To get the instructions for Laurie’s project, just subscribe to April over at Craft Project Central.  And if you have a minute, please leave Laurie a comment on her project.

The Envelope Punch Board is no longer a new tool, but there are plenty of new ways to create with it.  Learn to make a fun camera-shaped gift card holder, two treat holders—one of which is shaped like a purse, a clasp envelope, a candy wrapper box, and a really easy card with a coordinating envelope.  These are just a few of the fun things that can be created with the Envelope Punch Board!

Creating with the Envelope Punch Board

This beautiful project comes to you designed by Regina Andari.  To get the instructions for Regina’s project, just subscribe to April over at Craft Project Central.  And if you have a minute, please leave Regina a comment on her project.

Everyone loves a beautiful floral bouquet.  Here’s one that you can make that will last and brighten the recipients day!  Make the matching card and give as a beautiful Easter gift.  Makes for a fun class project too!

Easter Bouquet Gift Set

This beautiful project comes to you designed by Wendy Cranford.  To get the instructions for Wendy’s project, just subscribe to April over at Craft Project Central.  And if you have a minute, please leave Wendy a comment on her project.

This colorful, feminine-looking card set definitely makes you think of Spring and Summer!  The card set includes two card designs with coordinating envelopes, and three are made of each design.  They all fit inside the pretty floral lattice box.  Make one as a gift, or make one to keep for yourself.  The set would also make a great class project.

Floral Lattice Box Card Set

This beautiful project comes to you designed by Christy Fulk.  To get the instructions for Christy’s project, just subscribe to April over at Craft Project Central.  And if you have a minute, please leave Christy a comment on her project.

This pretty fun box and card set is so bright and cheery. It is easy to assemble and it would make the perfect gift for a friend, family, co-worker or neighbor. This project would be great for a class too show casing the Happy Day Stamp Set and Eastern Elegance Designer Series Paper. It will be sure to brighten anyone’s day!

Happy Day Box & Cards

This beautiful project comes to you designed by Holly Krautkremer. This is a bonus project!  Bonus projects can be obtained by subscribing to two or more months in a row, putting the Craft Project Central badge on your blog, or by referring a friend and when they subscribe, letting us know. And if you have a minute, please leave Holly a comment on her project over there.

This sweet little owl will warm the heart of any owl lover.  The coordinating card and gift box are both easy to make and feature some of the lovely Framelits sets from Stampin’ Up!.

Owl Card & Gift Box

This beautiful project comes to you designed by Tanya Bell.  To get the instructions for Tanya’s project, just subscribe to March over at Craft Project Central.  And if you have a minute, please leave Tanya a comment on her project.

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