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!

3 comments:

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.