Pocket Card

Today I wanted to share an item I recreated from my office holiday fair collection. Surprised at Christmas in Feb? Well, its never too early to make Christmas cards!

The real reason for this card is that lot of the collection I made for the office holiday fair is gone now and unfortunately I didn’t take photos of a lot of things. So I am re-making the things whose photos I don’t have.

This one is a pocket card made from Beate’s tutorial at Splitcoaststampers. It was quick and easy to make but is a fun way to wish someone. You can stick on a gift card to the insert with removable adhesive and/or write a note on it for the receiver. Another benefit is having a ready-to-use matching envelope with the card!

Supplies:
Cardstock: Rustic cream from Papertrey Ink, My Mind’s Eye Merry Little Christmas 6X6 patterned paper
Accessories: Fabric brad, glitter grads, mulberry paper holly leaves, button, sheer gold ribbon
Tools: Fiskars cutter and scorer

I cut this design on my Cameo using the measurements from Beate’s tutorial to draw the pattern in Silhouette Studio. TIP of the day: When designing in Silhouette Studio, add a dotted line for places where you want to score. This makes it easy to fold those parts over.

This card goes for:

Hope you enjoyed looking at it!

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