Join Laurie today as she shares tips and tricks to make an interactive pocket card.

“I love to create interactive cards!  My favorite is to create pockets that I can fill with coordinating notes, bookmarks, or tags.  Not only does it add interest to the card, but offers the recipient a little keepsake.  Today I’m sharing how to make a pocket card base using the same amount of cardstock as a regular card!  I hope you will give this a try!”

Supplies:

  • STAMPS: Stitching Garden, Penned Elegance
  • INK: Aqua Mist, Tropical Teal, Lemon Tart, Harvest Gold, Honey Nut, Spring Moss, Ocean Tides, True Black
  • PAPER: Stamper’s Select White, Aqua Mist
  • DIES: Stitching Garden, Penned Elegance, To the Point Edgers II
  • OTHER: Sequins, Strong adhesive

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Join the discussion 6 Comments

  • 1
    Catherine Milne says:

    Gosh I really really love this! Pocket cards here I come!

  • 2
    Kathy Mc says:

    This is gorgeous, Laurie!

  • 3
    christal mclean says:

    Incredibly beautiful card and design! I love all of treasures you share with us!

  • 4
    Helen F. says:

    Simply gorgeous card idea! LOVE the pocket design, Laurie! I definitely must try this 🙂

  • 5

    I just love the Stitching Garden roses in shades of golden yellow, so beautiful! Amazing color combo, what a beautiful pocket card!

  • 6
    Stephanie Clapper says:

    Hi Laurie! I’m in love with your pocket card, it’s so pretty! It’s almost like getting 2 cards in one. I’ve tried to order the gorgeous Edger – but it hasn’t been available since the release. So, I’m putting my thinking cap on to adorn in a different way. Thank you Laurie for sharing your timeless design. 🙂

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