Monday, October 24, 2016


Happy Monday!  

I hope you had a fun and relaxing weekend.  I wanted to start the week off with a fun project I made last week. 

I had seen a lot of pocket cards on the internet, and a few had tutorials, but they all had two pockets on the front.....and I only wanted one pocket. 

So this card is what I came up with. 

I folded a piece of Pacific Point striped DSP from the Brights stack to create this card.  It is all one piece. 

I started out with a piece that measured 11 x 8.5

I folded it in half to dimensions of 5.5 x 8.5

Then I folded in half again to dimensions of 5.5 x 4.25

Then you have to make sure your open ends are at the top and point to the right.  

Fold down the top corner to the side to create your pocket.  

I used fast fuse adhesive to secure the flap and along the side of the pocket. 

I also used some on the back side to adhere the pieces together. (if you wanted to you could also create a pocket on the inside but it does not leave you much room for writing) 

A quick bookmark greeting using the tag topper punch and a few flower embellishments made from punches finishes this card off nicely. 

Hope you like it!  If you have any questions feel free to contact me. 

If you would like to purchase any of these products used in today's project, or would like to sign up for a class,  contact me directly:

Phone: (204) 232-7744

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