Saturday, January 17, 2009

More Details on our Apron Tote Project

Tonight we are answering a few questions about the Apron Tote Box we will be teaching at CHA. Stop back in tomorrow to see our next Sneak Peek and to see who this week's guest blogger will be!!

What die did you use?

AccuCut Dies:
GrandeMARK Roller Die Cutting System
A7 Apron Invite (3-D) Crease Jumbo

The die we used to make the Apron Tote is from AccuCuts - the die needs to be used in conjunction with an AccuCut die cutting system- The die measures 9 1/2" x 11 3/4". For this design we used only the top of the die (it comes with a pocket). The tote stands 7" tall and the box can be adjusted to fit the contents. Our bases vary from 2" wide to 3" wide. The BBQ King Tote holds 2 full bottles of kitchen spices.

This is the same die that we used to create our Christmas Cookie Swap book as well as our Recipe Apron.
For Instructions on how to make the Cookie Swap Book click here

For those of you who would like to make a much smaller version, Sharon Harnist has designed a Apron Tote using the Spellbinder's Apron Die. You can find a complete tutoral on how to make the apron on Sharon's post on Ellen Hutson's Classroom by clicking here. To see Sharon's Christmas version visit her post by clicking here.

Keep us in mind....."When it needs to be JustRite".

1 comment:

agaraley said...

I made these for my cookie swap this year. They turned out great. Everyone gave me their recipes before hand so I had them all ready to go the day of the swap. OfficeMax bound them for me. Thanks so much for the idea!