Thursday, September 13, 2012
This pocket card is a great way to use up scraps. The back is pumpkin pie cardstock cut at 6" x 3". The bottom paper is a 3" square cut from the Festival of Prints DSP Stack (126904), and the top piece is also a 3" square cut from Polka Dot Parade DSP (126902). It is then cut in half diagonally and taped to the top of the first square. I tore a piece of chocolate chip and added it to the diagonal to give a little more dimension, taped ribbon over the seam created where the two papers overlap and taped it to the back piece to create a pocket. Decorate as you like. I used a retired Halloween set and placed a pencil and spoon in the pocket just so you could see what it was. I also used the Basic Black Marker (100082) to create faux stitching around the top half of the card. Then fill the pocket with a special goodie!
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