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Basic Note Card Kit with a pocket card


I used an envelope box that the 4 3/8 X 5 3/4 envelopes  come in as a template  to make a note card kit box . It was pretty easy. I used Fancy Pants paper and some Stampin Up retired ribbon. I made a  double pocket card to go with the card kit  The packaged ribbon and the adhesive back pearls will go inside the pockets. Also shown are some additional Stampin’ Up! ribbons that will go inside the box. And finally I cut and scored some Stampin Up cardstock. The only thing I have left to do is stamp up some images and the kit will be good to go. I love the colors… So bright and cheerful!

You can find the double pocket card  tutorial here

Thanks for looking and have a fantastic day!



10 Responses

  1. what a great way to spice up your blog sis, keep them coming. i love coming here and seeing what new things you have done!!!! i’ll have to make one of these cards again

  2. Wowzers! Totally love that paper! Those colors are luscious and delicious! Cute cute cute.

  3. What a fantastic idea, Lisa. I love the bright and cheery color combo. And I can’t get enough of those pearls. I wish SU would sell just that without all the other things in the pretties kit.

  4. Holy Cow Lisa!!! What a great idea!! That paper is so pretty and cheerful. Another great project M’dear:)

  5. WOWZA!! This is FABULOUS hunny! It is so nice and bright and all around cheerful! xxx

  6. Wow, that is so cute!! Love the colors! Love that pocket card! What an adorable set!

  7. What another awesome idea! You totally rock Lisa!

  8. OMG…you are such a smart gal. Love that.
    It’s a great gift idea.
    And the colors…LOVE ‘EM!

  9. […] card I made for the Basic Note Card Kit With A Pocket was not the pouch it was the double pocket card. So I thought I better make a new tutorial and post […]

  10. What a great gift idea, so bright and fun,

    Chris x

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