Hello, Gaylynn here. For Technique Time at Unity, I am sharing a way to make a pocket card, folded for use as a note holder or as a gift card holder.
Simple folds can make unique cards, like this pocket card.
To begin, pre-cut and score the card base.
Cut cardstock to 4 1/4″ x 11″
Score at 5 1/2″ and 9″
Next, add tacky adhesive like Wonder Tape or Score Tape to the inside fold at the edges and also to the outer flap, to fasten them down. Also, leave room for a trimmed note panel to fit inside. Next, stamp and trim the sentiment script background piece and trim a frame layer from patterned paper. Then, stamp the with love sentiment over the script panel. Next, trim a note panel to fit inside the pocket. Next, use repeat stamping on the note panel to add the pink flowers and green sprigs, for a top note border. Finally, layer the pocket card base and accent with twine to finish.
Here is my video tutorial for this project. It will detail the full process.
Supplies include Unity Stamp Co. Large Amounts of Love and A Faithful Letter.
Also, My Creative Time scalloped stitched rectangular dies, Ranger archival ink in rose madder, viridian and jet black; Prismacolor colored pencils PC930 and PC929; BasicGrey paper, cardstock, paper trimmer, Wonder Tape, black twine, MSC scoring board, flat and foam double-sided clear tape.
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