September 21, 2010

Tri-fold Pocket Card














Happy Tuesday everyone! It's been lovely and sunny here in Wellington today, makes a nice change from the windy days we've been having. It's been nice to get the housework done while the sun was streaming in and I could daydream about future crafty projects.

My challenge for the Project Tuesday crew this week was to make one of these awesome Tri-Fold Pocket cards. I love these - they're nice and flat for easy mailing and are perfect to slip a little gift card inside.
 
I used my fav paper again (Greenhouse Gala) this time to make a masculine birthday card. The bold prints on these sheets are great for guy cards - this pack seriously has something for everyone! The sentiment is from the new Afterthoughts hostess set. I love this stamp, it looks great blocked out in different colours like this.
I've left the insert blank for the moment. I love the new Pear Pizazz - you'll probably be seeing a lot of it!

Head on over to Project Tuesday to see the design team creations - we hope you'll play along!





Stamps: Afterthoughts
Paper & Card:
Pear Pizazz, Chocolate Chip, Greenhouse Gala DP, Whisper White
Ink:
Baja Breeze, Pear Pizazz, Chocolate Chip
Punches:
Corner Rounder, Round Tab punches
Other:
Jumbo Brad, Choc Chip Ribbon, Markers

7 comments:

  1. Hi Sarah! Love the colors you chose. This is really pretty!

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  2. Wonderful, Sarah! I love that DSP.

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  3. How pretty Sarah!!! Like Karen...I love the colors!!!

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  4. Such a pretty card! How do you cut the paper? Is it half of a large circle?

    Funny to see that you are almost at noon, and the day hasn't even begun here in the States!

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  5. Hi Sarah! Isn't that jumbo brad simply the perfect finishing touch. Love this colour combo ... the Choc Chip teams perfectly with the Greenhouse Gala DSP. Very pretty! Hugs Andrea xxx

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  6. what beautiful papers!!! fantastic job on the project :)

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