I’m so grateful to have been asked by the lovely Kerryanne over at The Shabby Art Boutique to become part of the Design Team for the monthly Handmade Club! Today I’m going to share how to make a Vintage Pocket Card using some of the stunning elements from Aprils Kit.
How To Make A Vintage Pocket Card – Handmade Club
If you don’t know about Kerryanne over at Shabby Art Boutique, she is the beautiful creator behind the monthly Handmade Club. Each month Kerryanne shares a beautiful collection of limited edition digital prints for crafters like you and me to have hours and hours of fun creating.
Each kit features Kerryanne’s original watercolour and acrylic art combined with stunning pieces from her extensive vintage ephemera and repaired Victorian art collection.
There is a different theme every month. Each digital element is perfect for journal making, scrapbooking, card making, mixed media and décor crafts……. the skies the limit.
Step 1 – I used my Silhouette Cameo to print and cut out the elements in the kit that I wanted to use in the pocket card. If you don’t have access to a cutting machine, use your scissors to fussy cut each element out.
Handy Hint: When printing the pocket make sure you resize it to the same size as the back of the pocket.
Using the paper trimmer with the scorer blade, score the edges of the pocket and fold.
Step 2 – Using your double-sided tape adhere the pocket front to the pocket back.
Step 3 – This is the fun part where you get to start embellishing your pocket card. Press a hole punch into there top of the elements to create tags.
Now the fun part! Pop in all the elements and write a special message. Find a nice pen to gift with your pocket card so that who ever you give the pocket card to, can now journal on the tags and record their person memories on their special day.
You can highlight each element with ink but I just LOVE these images just as they are with their beautiful soft colours.
Can’t wait to share with you next this months Handmade Club Project!
Happy Painting & Creating,
Don’t have time to make it now? Be sure to PIN for later!
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