Friday, March 27, 2009

Card pouch

Last Friday's 3-D demonstrator challenge was this adorable card pouch made by Elissa. She has a great photo tutorial on her blog. It's made from a sheet of 12X12 double-sided paper, and there's only a few folds! It's big enough to hold cards, and it's a double pouch too!
The twist I added to mine is the eyelet border punch. I folded the pouch first and then I used the punch along both corners. Here is a photo of one whole side punched.
Here's a close-up of one edge so you can see how I lined my punch up with the folded diagonal line. Then I just trimmed from the edge of the paper up to the punched part. Super easy and cute!
Supplies (all SU): Delicate Dots DSP (SAB), horizontal slot punch, eyelet border punch, Certainly Celery polytwill ribbon (SAB), blue gingham ribbon
Happy stamping!


Beth Fox said...

Very cute idea. Thanks for the link to the tutorial too! I like how you used the punch on yours!

Kathy W said...

oh this looks easy, will have to try it out- thanks for info!

Jennifer Orbaker said...

Neat! I haven't tried this one yet, maybe this weekend.