Friday, 29 May 2009

Double pocket card

My pocket cards workshop is coming up in June so I was having a play around with different designs. I found this one and thought it was quite fun – it’s a double pocket card made from a sheet of A4 paper. It would be a bit bulky with cardstock so it uses Designer Series Paper – which is lovely because you get to see both sides.

In the pockets I put two tags. One says “Memo” on it – you could use this to write a message on. The other tag could be a useful bookmark.

Now I have to come up with some more pocket card designs before 22nd June! All ideas gratefully received!

Stamps: Office Accoutrement
Cardstock: Basic Gray, So Saffron, Whisper White
Paper: Tea Party
Ink: So Saffron, Almost Amethyst, Basic Gray
Accessories: Crop-A-Dile™, So Saffron striped ribbon, Hodgepodge Hardware® - Pewter

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7 comments:

  1. Beautiful pocket card - great design and I love the colours you used! Also many thanks for your kind comment at SCS.

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  2. Great card! I haven't made one of these yet, but maybe I'll have to try it now!

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  3. Very neat card! I love the paper you used! TFS!

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  4. I love these kinds of cards! great job!!!

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  5. This is so pretty & elegant x

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  6. Beautiful pocket card! Love your eye for color!

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