Happy Happy Birthday with Photo Play Paper

Happy Friday!
Summer vacation is ending and the kids are headed back to school!  In between shopping for all the amazing school items I had a little downtime and needed a couple of quick gifts.  I created these gift pouch envelopes, perfect for a gift card and small gifts.  Today I teamed up with Photo Play Paper and Xyron to bring you this gift you can create in 20 minutes.

Photo Play Paper has beautiful paper lines and they 'have a passion for memory keeping.  It's all about remembering special moments and always having a great time doing so.  They have a mission to put beautiful paper designs at your fingertips' and they did not disappoint.  The Cake line is perfect for invitations, party decor or even wrapping up the most perfect gift.  It comes in three different designs, I'm sure you will find one to make your celebration special and sweet.
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This project is pretty simple, I gathered the following items:
Photo Play Paper Cake Party Animal Collection
Xyron 9 inch Creative Station
Cricut Maker
Glue Gun
Glue Dots

1. Cut your envelope and rosettes using your Cricut Maker or any personalized cutting machine.  You will able to find similar envelopes and rosette shapes within the machine's design center.

2.  Using a Xyron Tape Runner add adhesive to the envelope and adhere leaving the top open.

3.  Decorate the front of the envelope.  I cut out different shapes and added an extra happy birthday in coordinating papers.  Run all paper pieces through your Xyron machine.  Trimming as needed.  Assemble your rosette using a hot glue gun and adhere to the card with glue dots.

4.  Add a touch of tissue paper and add the gift card, seal and you're done.

This is a simple, colorful project anyone could create.  Hope you enjoyed today's project.  Thanks for stopping by.
Reference:  Quote from above www.photoplay.com




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