Thursday, June 10, 2010

Double Pouch Card Holder Tutorial



I told you'd I'd be back with details :) The double pouch card holders were kreated with a 12x12 piece of retiring Kaleidoscope DSP (not sure who originated this idea). Hope this step by step picture tutorial helps you kreate your pouch!



















After the pouch is complete, I added a Horizontal Slot punch to the top to thread my Pretty in Pink Satin Ribbon through. Embellished the ribbon as well as the pouch with some Pixie Pink butterflies run through the Big Shot and Beautiful WIngs Embosslit (still available to you!!)


Using the Poppin Pastels technique, each card was kreated with Watercolor Trio, from the Sumer Mini, onto Whipser White cardstock
* Inked up the flowers and butterfly with VersaMark
* Using my pastels (chalks) I colored in my images with retiring colors: Summer Sun, Only Orange, Pixie Pink, and Green Galore - such a soft and pretty look!!
* Sentiments from Watercolor Trio were inked in Pixie Pink
* A final smooch, with Vanilla Shimmer Smooch Spritz, was lightly misted onto each card for a gorgeous shimmer.

Envies were also stamped and colored with pastels. The flap of each envelope decorated with a coordinating piece of Kaleidoscope paper. Now both cards and envies can be placed in the pouches of your holder for a really cute gift or organizer for cards you need this month.

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6 comments:

Regina (TheStampin'Bean) said...

GORGEOUS, Kim! I love this!!!

lisa808 said...

Thanks for the tutorial.

Kris Kilcoyne said...

So pretty, Kim

Thanks for sharing.

Love your CAS cards. :)

Carla Bazhenow said...

I love these... can't wait to try them. Your step by step is awesome. Hugs,

Mary Fish said...

Very cool . . . thanks for the photo tutorial. Love your choices for colors and style! Hugs, Mary

Debbie Modrowsky said...

Kim, love this idea. Now I have something cute to make with the TONS of DSP I have after years of retirement lists. Debbie