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hb2u -- part 2

Hi!  I'm back today to share what is on the inside of the card I shared last week.  Remember?

I used Yumi & Fumi from Yumi & Fumi Handmade on the outside of my card.  Check them out HERE.

On the inside, I thought it would be cute to put a little giftcard since it is a birthday card.

What makes this different is that you can tear it open to find the giftcard.  I'm not gonna give away all the details here.  So please check out Yumi & Fumi Handmade Crafts blog to see the tutorial.

Thanks for reading!


Mary J said…
So lovely, Eva! Gorgeous use of the bunting and papers and that pocket is soooo clever!
Ohhhh, what a neat idea. I really like the tear opean feature. TFS
Leanne said…
Holy Moly!! This is awesome! I know I have that tool in my sewing box, but it never occured to me to use it like this! What an awesome idea Eva! The inside is just as cool as the outside. Love it!!
Great job!!
Mimi said…
too cute! love the little tutorial on YFHC blog!! great use of tools we may already have! awesome! :D
Joy said…
Way Cool idea! I saw the stitch marks in the earlier photo and I was thinking, now why did she sew the paper together?!You tricked me!

Love it!
Danni said…
That is so clever!! Very fun!
Lorraine said…
Okay, I had to go check the tutorial out - bcuz the 2nd and 3rd photos got me confused (it's in the pocket, but now it's covered?) lol! Cool design, Eva!
Denice said…
A-dorable! I'm heading over to YFH right now to see your tutorial! Clever, very cute and clever!
Rachel Parys said…
Super idea Eva!! Great job on the tutorial!!!
Cheryl said…
Great tutorial! You didn't need a die after all! It would be you who figured out how to make an interactive rip card, and it's nice that you can customize the size.
RiNNE said…
What a fun card! Super creative!

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