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Thursday, May 13, 2010

A TUTORIAL IS ALREADY AVAILABLE FOR ACCORDION FILE BOX!!! LIKE MY COUPON/RECEIPT BOX!

Hello, everyone!!!  The weather here is still lousy, and predicted to be the worse tomorrow.  I'm surely  not going to enjoy driving downtown to get to therapy in bad weather, I'm not the best driver when it's nice outside -- lol!!!

Anyway, while blog-hopping and visiting one of the  showcase team fairies, Sheryl, I discovered on her blog that she's entered a challenge where someone else has - SURPRISE - a tutorial for an accordion card purse.   So, I copied the link for you.  The purse is basically the same as my coupon/receipt box but on a different size scale (or anyway it looks the same).  However, once you put one together, you can pretty much scale it to whatever size you want.  So, as someone else has already provided a tutorial, instead of making you wait for me to do one, here is the direct link where you can find this tutorial:  http://christmasstampin.blogspot.com/2010/05/gift-set-challenge-3-accordion-file.html

I have not yet seen the tutorial on this blog so I'm only assuming it's basically put together the same as mine by how the pictures look.  I can't imagine it's any more difficult than the one I put together, which is very simple and goes together in just a matter of minutes.  However, if you find you have any questions, please feel free to come and ask me.  Everyone has their own techniques, and mine is pretty much "see and do" and "trial and error"!  So, you never know!

I hope it works for you; let me know!

Have a great evening, and I'll be seeing you!

I'll be seeing you!!!

1 comment:

CraftCrave said...

Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave in the Cutting category today [13 May 02:00pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria