Monday, July 2, 2007

Flower Filled

Here is a card I sent to my Upline last week as a RAK. The little pocket is made out of vellum which I stamped with the flowers from the Stampin' Up! Flower Filled set.

Supplies used from Stampin' Up!

Stamp sets: Flower Filled, Terrific Tags and Simple Sayings II
Cardstock: Pumpkin Pie, Certainly Celery and Apricot Appeal
Inkpads: Craft White, Certainly Celery and Pumpkin Pie
Gold brad and cord

I have used white magic mesh behind the green layer.

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4 comments:

Laura said...

Your cards are always so elegant. I love it that you keep using different colours.

Kimberly said...

Beautiful Card!! Do you have any instructions on how to do the pocket?

Jean said...

Thank you Laura and Kimberly for your kind comments. To make this pocket, I used a square of vellum - think this one was four inches. Fold it in half and then half again. Fold each loose point down and stagger them so they look layered. I actually made a mistake here and didnt stagger the first point I folded down. I then secured them with a brad. HTH Kimberly. Cheers, Jean

Kimberly said...

Awesome!! Thank you for the help! It looks so difficult and classic but yet is so simple to recreate. I look forward to seeing more of your work.