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Monday, January 12, 2009

Pocket book card

This card was given to me by fellow stamper named Kelly Swienton at a swap in November. I loved it but this was the first time I was able to make my own version. This was the second card we made at the retirement party I threw last Saturday.

Supplies

Paper Chocolate chip, Pink Pirouette, Bella DSP

Ink Chocolate Chip, Riding hood Red

Stamps Warm Words, Floral

Accessories Chocolate chip taffeta ribbon, Stampin dimensional, Crystal effects, Rub ons,

1. Stamp the flower from Carte postale set with Riding Hood Red ink on scrap of whisper white card stock.
2. Punch out using ½ inch punch
3. Adhere to one side a stampin dimensional
4. Using crystal effects cover image and set aside to dry
5. Cut a top note die cut with a piece of DSP paper (there are some that are pre cut for you)
6. Fold so it looks like the pocket book in the sample. Cut off section that sticks out
7. Using a scrap of Chocolate chip card stock and a rub on adhere flower and then punch out medallion
8. Using Pink Pirouette ink cover floral background stamp and Roll same color paper with the brayer
9. Using Chocolate Chip Ink Stamp sentiment at the bottom of Pink Pirouette card front
10.Before assembling card cut a length for purse handle then put it all on card front
11.Attach to chocolate chip card stock
12.If crystal effect medallion is dry enough attach to flower medallion and attach both at pocket opening.

10 comments:

Ann said...

Ohhhh, my, is this ever cute! :D

Kathi said...

Wow. That's super. I love it. Great job!

cadnileb said...

Awww, so cool! Thanks for sharing how to make one!

Lyn S said...

Gorgeous!

cardcrazy said...

This is great, and so clever!

Dianne said...

Very cute!

Marnie said...

OMG this is Brilliant! Love it!

Lisa Graves said...

This is so cute!!!

Kelly A. Swienton said...

Looks good Virginia!

Kelly A. Swienton said...

LOL Virginia! Now you know I check your stuff out hehe I love your creations; you're very talented. There was no need to change your post, just wanted to say you had done a great job on yours, I love the button accent! I check on Laura's blog from time to time as well. I hope to see you guys again at a SCS get-together! Stay warm! Happy stamping!