Thursday, January 20, 2011

Tag Pocket Card

The inspiration for this card pocket came from a stamper on Splitcoast -- click here to view.  Obviously, the only thing I kept the same was the shape -- everything else I changed out.
Here's a view of the tag outside the pocket
Supplies used:
  • DP - Classics (K & Company)
  • Fiskars Threading Water Border punch
  • Martha Stewart Bird Stamp
  • Versa Mark
  • Black embossing powder
  • Sentiment (Studio G)
  • Homemade dew drops
    • tutorial link on side
  • Rolled flowers
    • tutorial link on side
  • Black Cardstock
  • Victoria Embossing Folder (Provo Craft)
  • Small Flower punch
    • around hole punched on top of tag
  • Black Eyelet
  • Blue Ribbon

2 comments:

Pamela said...

I couldn't find a comment box for the doll cut-outs. That is just so adorable and creative--especially the "closet" you made to keep them in.

This card is beautiful, too. I need to make some "just because" cards. Do you make your cards as you go, or do you stockpile so you have some to choose from? I find it hard to get all my supplies out when I just need one card.

Shore Girl said...

Pam, Thanks for bringing that to my attention -- I had accidentally clicked not to allow comments when I posted it.
A lot of times I make my cards as I go because I like to make them to suit the person I'm giving them too.
BUT when I come across new techniques that I want to try I make a few up before hand.
Lately, I've been making two of each one I make and I'm still not keeping up very well! So many events of late that call for encouragement, sympathy, thanks, or just a thinking of you!
As to getting my supplies out -- they stay out. When I started homeschooling, I felt the need for a separate space where I could put charts up - put a school desk - etc. I converted our little tiny bedroom into a school/craft room. This enables me to sometimes work on projects while my daughter works on seat work.....it's one of the best changes I've done. School goes smoother, and my crafting supplies are out of site but close at hand.