Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Pocket Card TUTORIAL!

Hi Everyone!  As promised, I am back today with my Pocket Card TUTORIAL!  



Using the Season of Style Designer Series PaperCherry Cobbler, Crumb Cake, and Whisper White Cardstock, below are the pieces you will need to cut or die cut, including:
  • Sticky Strip
  • Permanent Adhesive
  • Stampin' Dimensionals
  • Candy Dots

Here are the next-steps:


1.  Apply Sticky Strip to the two sides and along the bottom of the back of the polka dot patterned piece of cardstock.


2.  Adhere the Crumb Cake Cardstock to the top of the card and the polka dot patterned piece to the bottom, leaving approximately 1/4" open to slide the Whisper White Cardstock into. 


3.  Stamp sentiment and turn over cardstock placing Stampin' Dimensionals along the bottom of the back of the stamped sentiment. Adhere it to the polka dot cardstock along the top.


4.  Put bow together using permanent adhesive and attach to Whisper White Cardstock at the top with a Stampin' Dimensional.  Either hand write your message or stamp it.


5.  Finish off sentiment piece of cardstock with two Regals Candy Dots.

Was this tutorial useful?  I hope that I have inspired you to give a pocket card a try…they are great year-round!  If you need to order any of supplies I used to make this card, please find them listed below.

I hope that you had a nice Thanksgiving and 4-day weekend!  Did you take advantage of some Black Friday sales?  

Between online shopping and one of my favorite stores, I am 99% done with my Christmas shopping!  Now, I just need to pick up a few gift cards, wrap everything and get the house decorated.  

Thank you so much for stopping by today!  Until next time, happy crafting!


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2 comments:

Susan Mac Donald

thank you for sharing this tutorial; I believe I'm continue w/this method, but make it a gift cert......what do you think of that idea?

Lisa Rhine

Hi Susan! You are so welcome for the tutorial! I really like the gift certificate idea. If you give it a try, please share your project with me at lisarhine@gmail.com. I'd LOVE to see what you come up with! Thank you so much for sharing!

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