Pocket Card Holder Video :)

Summer_picnic_card_holder Good morning!

As promised…… today I’m sharing the Pocket Card Holder Video Tutorial.  If you’d like to learn how to make one of these, click here to head over to my Stampin’ Academy & watch the video (in the video I demonstrate the one I showed you a few days ago).

I made this cute Tart & Tangy set really quick and I mainly used scraps from my Summer Picnic Designer Paper to finish my cards  (great idea, isn’t it?).

Have a great day!

Stamps:  Tart & Tangy

Ink:  Old Olive & Real Red

Cardstock:  Real Red, Old Olive, White & Summer Picnic Designer Paper

Other:  Chic Stand, Paper Piercer, Dimensionals, Scallop Punch, 1 3/8 & 1 1/2 Circle Punch & Creative Memories Cutting system.

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Date: 4:00 AM | Permalink | Comments (12)

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  1. joyk

    This is soooooooo cute! Perfect with the darling little notecards! Great video too…….thanks for sharing!!!

  2. Fantastic Angie…off to watch how you did it! TFS~

  3. sandra

    Can’t wait to see your video! Awesome cards!

  4. So very cute Angie – I just love the red with the Tart and Tangy paper, yummy! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

  5. Donna J

    These just make you want to smile. I am going to have to order a bunch of this paper before it it expires. Another great job!!

  6. Diana

    Thank you for posting another video. I always look forward to come and check out your blog. I really get excited when you do post videos. So much fun to watch.
    Thank you again. Keep them coming.

  7. These are so cute Angie. Thanks for posting another tutorial. I love watching them!

  8. Kim

    These are so cute!! i just can’t get enough of this set!!

  9. nita

    love these you are such a talented woman and so kind to share with us….

    are the note cards 3×3???

  10. Oh my goodness Angie…these are awesome!! I love them all!!!

  11. Loved your video on these! TFS! Even though I have no sound on my computer, the typed directions for scoring really helped! These are really cute, can’t wait to make some!

  12. Pat Miletich

    I enjoyed making your projects very much……..spend a lot of time looking at your tutorials………..very helpful………you do very good work………patm

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