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Double Pocket Pouch Tutorial

Okay. Here’s the tutorial  for the double pocket pouch.

Start with a double-sided 8 1/2 x 11 piece of Paper. I chose Fancy Pant’s paper since it matched the box for the card kit I was making. I didn’t know how the card box would turn out. So I didn’t want to put my Stampin Up designer series paper at risk lol


Place the side that you want to be on the front of the card up. Fold the cardstock in half vertically and open, then fold horizontally and open.



Cut the left horizontal fold to the center of the paper.


Now fold the right bottom corner up to the center


Next Fold the top left hand corner down approximately 2- 3/4  inches I should have held them down because the bottom one looks crooked. It isn’t though : ) I’m sure you can get the general idea.


next you’ll want to fold the top left quarter on top of the right quarter


Fold the left bottom quarter underneath the bottom right quarter


Fold the bottom right corner up to meet the middle horizontal fold


Fold the bottom quarter onto the top quarter to finish. And then you’ll need to use adhesive to close the edges.


My Sister In Law Karen Walsh taught this to me quite a while back and I thought I would resurrect it!


Happy Stampin!



6 Responses

  1. […] You can find the double pocket card  tutorial here […]

  2. Wow, this is great, Lisa. I can’t wait to try it. Thank you for showing it with pictures.

  3. you go girl!! What a great tutorial! You are just fantabulous! I love seeing your stuff!! Remind me to call.. I have news I want to share! xxx – me

  4. Ohhh love this! Will try it this weekend! I love the papers you’ve used too – they are just beautiful 🙂

    Teri xxx

  5. I just still have to say those colors are wonderful.
    Love them and you always make such beautiful cards and gifts.
    Thanks for the inspiration.

  6. […] you only want the Pocket Pouch yesterday’s post will work. sorry for any confusion I may have caused. […]

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