Hi Stampers! Hard to believe I have nearly made it through the week. ;) It's been busy in a good way. I revisited a favorite project of mine this week. Nearly 10 years ago I started making these little folded paper pockets and have used them off and on since. Back then, Stampin' Up!'s designer series paper was printed on only one side so we had to stamp the other side in order for it to look good! Now we are so spoiled with the gorgeous, double-sided paper.
These pockets are just right for a Ghiradelli chocolate or a teabag. Also a small note card could be stamped and slipped in. I have directions for them in this month's newsletter. Sign up on the upper left to get a copy.
Guess what? They are quick and easy to make (kind of my theme).
I also have a Man Card for you today. Sometimes these are harder to think up but this new set-And Many Mower-- from the mini catalog makes it a breeze. This 5-1/2 x 4-1/4" card is perfect for Father's Day or a man's birthday.
And a picture of the inside.
Here are the Stampin' Up! supplies I used:
stamps: And Many Mower
cardstock: kraft, very vanilla, garden green, delicate dots designer series paper
ink: black staz on, close to cocoa (sponging), markers real red, so saffron, certainly celery
accessories: mini library clip
I have some great things to share tomorrow along with those Open House giveaways so be sure to stop in. Have a fabulous Friday! Tasha
The Countdown Ends
- 1 day to help at the flower shop
- 1 day until the Open House
- 2 days until a sneak peek of June's Cards of the Month
- 11 more days of school