Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Party Time Tuesday #8

Today is a fun challenge from Party Time Tuesdays. It's make a pocket card. I was trying to remember if I've ever made one before. I don't think I have. If I did, it's been so long, I had to go check out the tutorial over at SCS. I grabbed some double sided cardstock that I've had lying around. It worked out perfectly, giving the outside a soft pattern, and the flap and top a different pattern. The entire card is done with scraps of sheets of pattern paper from the K and Co stack that I've had for a too long! Than I wasn't quite sure what to do with the insert for the pocket, and it felt plain just with the pattern paper. So, I had to doctor it up with a Magnolia stamp I hadn't colored yet. I cut her out, and dabbed her with stickles. She looks so sweet sitting there.

Be sure to play along with us. Check out the Party Time Tuesday blog to see what the other design team members made. Or click on their links off to the right. Remember to put your birthday sentiment on the front of your card, and link it back to the Party Time Tuesday blog. We'd love to come by and see what you made!


Supplies: Magnolia stamp, SU It's Your Birthday, primas, stickles, copics, K and Co paper pack.

9 comments:

Nancy said...

Anna, I just love Tilda on your pocket card...it is gorgeous!! Awesome card this week!!

Katie said...

What a sweet card!

debbies said...

I haven't made a pocket card in a while, but they are FUN! Cute Tilda and colors!

Barb said...

Such a sweet Magnolia, Anna! Pocket cards are so fun, and I really like that little pearly flower on the front.

ps... thanks for the lovely comment about the campfire guy... he was my favorite :)

Sparkle said...

These are so cute!

Paige said...

Beautiful pocket card and a cute image! Your coloring is fantastic!

Tammi said...

I think I've made two, thanks for the reminder...beautiful Anna!

Dianna said...

What an adorable card, Anna!

Kristie said...

Beautiful pocket card, Anna! I {heart} Magnolias and don't use mine often enough!