Grab a 6″ x 12″ piece of patterned paper (with a design that looks great when the piece is in landscape orientation,) a piece of coordinating card stock (Fresh Freesia is pictured) and half a sheet of basic white.
Here’s how you make this card:
1. With the 12″ side of your card stock along the top of your trimmer (landscape orientation,) score this piece at 4″ and 8″.
Turn your paper 90 degrees and score 1/2″ from the bottom- all the way down the 12″ side. Make sure you are scoring the bottom side- check your pattern.
3. Burnish all your folds.
4. Trim away the 1/2″ rectangle that is on the bottom left and right side, leaving it only in the middle. Miter the edges of that flap. (See photo.)
7. Put a thin layer of glue on this piece that you just folder over and fold the left hand side onto that. Your pocket is now complete.
8. Use the Layering Circle Dies to cut two circles to layer on the front of the pocket. Decorate it with cut outs or die cuts. Add a sentiment, if desired.
9. Next, make the inside piece. Cut your coordinating card stock to 3 3/4″ x 5 1/4″ and layer a 3 1/2″ x 5″ piece of Basic White on top. Add a sentiment and/or small stamped design along the top.
10. Now choose someone to send the card to and get it out in the mail. Saved cards do not spread joy!
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