IMAGE OF THE COMPLETED BLENDING FOAM STORAGE FOLDER PROJECT

New Ink Blending Foam (or Other Stuff) Storage Folder SVG Cut File Set – General Release

Very excited to be releasing this cut file set to my Creative Fabrica Store today!

This is the very popular blending foam storage folio.

Store your distress ink blending foam sponges in style, or any other flat creative accessory you like, in this fun-to-make folio!

Here is a quick look at some of the finished projects that I made while creating this set.

Cool, right?!

When constructed, the folio measures approximately 4.75″ (120mm) wide, 7″ (180mm) tall, and 2.5″ (60mm) deep and has four pages with enough space for 48 one inch blending sponges.

The project requires 7 sheets of 12″ x 12″ 65lb (180gsm) cardstock and 2 sheets of 12″ x 12″ patterned scrapbook paper for decoration.

If you are a subscriber of my Creative Fabrica fans page, just visit the Creative Fabrica Fans website, log-in and download. If you’ve not heard about this before, check out this page.

Anyone wishing to buy this as a one off set can now do so. Just hit the big button below to be transported by magic internet wizardry to the product page.

SVG Cutting File Set

That’s about it for this one.

If you have any questions or thoughts about the content of this post, please feel free to pop them in the comments section below. I look forward to hearing from you.

Many thanks for stopping by and hope to see you again soon!

Bye for now.

John.


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4 thoughts on “New Ink Blending Foam (or Other Stuff) Storage Folder SVG Cut File Set – General Release

  1. Love it John, does this fit the domed blending sponges as well as the standard flat ones. I can’t tell from your image which ones you have used. xx Hazel

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