Vintage Wallpaper Pocket Card

I saw this lovely idea here on the wonderfully talented Becky Roberts’ blog – she has such fantastic ideas – and had to case it for a class. I did change the measurements a little, and made mine into a rectangle instead of a square (the lovely Leonie inspired this idea!)

There were two versions, one with a 3D flower, and the other with a stamped flower suitable for mailing. A couple of the ladies used the Elegant Lines embossing folder for the pocket, which looked very pretty, but of course I didn’t think to take photos!

Scallop Pocket Card (Soft Suede, Naturals Ivory, Rich Razzleberry, Vintage Wallpaper embossing)  -  with 3D flower, Scallop Pocket Card (Soft Suede, Naturals Ivory, Rich Razzleberry, Vintage Wallpaper embossing) - with 3D flower

Scallop Pocket Card (Soft Suede, Naturals Ivory, Rich Razzleberry, Vintage Wallpaper embossing)  - with flat flower, Scallop Pocket Card (Soft Suede, Naturals Ivory, Rich Razzleberry, Vintage Wallpaper embossing) - with flat flower

Scallop Pocket Card (Soft Suede, Naturals Ivory, Rich Razzleberry, Vintage Wallpaper embossing)  - with insert, Scallop Pocket Card (Soft Suede, Naturals Ivory, Rich Razzleberry, Vintage Wallpaper embossing) - with insert

Card: Soft Suede, Naturals Ivory, Rich Razzleberry
Stamp Pads: Rich Razzleberry, Crumb Cake, Soft Suede
Stamps: Teeny Tiny Sentiments, Vintage Vogue
Punches: small oval, 1″ circle, 3/4″ circle, scallop circle, crop-a-dile
Other: Big Shot, Scallop Square Clear Bigz die (carryover from Summer Mini), Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder, 5/8″ Rich Razzleberry satin ribbon

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One Response to “Vintage Wallpaper Pocket Card”

  1. Leonie Schroder Says:

    Lovely card Jan … Not sure how I inspired you but glad I did 😉

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