I haven’t made a pocket card for ages – good enough reason to make one today!
The Envelope Punch board makes a much more satisfying pocket – no fussing with adhering the sides, just a nice clean envelope! Cut off one side to create an opening for the card inside and assemble the rest as though you were assembling an ordinary envelope.
I used Park Lane DSP for the belly band and the strip across the top of the card, and that’s what drove the color palette. A little stamping, a couple of punched butterflies, and this one is ready for the mailbox!
Well, almost ready – I’m hooked on these Starburst framelits – they make such a great layer! The button and the Baker’s Twine will make this a little bumpy for USPS, but a little cushion – and an extra stamp – should make it all right.