Sunday, November 16, 2014

Double Pocket Recipe Card

Today, I have made a super fun Double Pocket Card with this months Creative Cafe' Kit of the Month!

This would be such a great way to present a recipe to someone.  I love to make a dish for someone and give take it to them with the recipe.

Here's my Double Pocket Card.

Here are what the little pull out tags look like.

Pull out these items from your kit to get started:
1 sheet of white cardstock
1 sheet of colored cardstock
3 sheets of coordinating patterned paper from the Echo Park paper pad
Silver Pearls
White Ribbon

Score the colored cardstock into 4 equal parts.

Cut across one of the score lines to the middle as shown.

Fold the bottom right panel over to the center score line.
Fold the top left corner over 1 1/2" from the center score line.

Adhere a 5 3/8" x 4 1/8" panel of patterned paper on to the top right portion with Scrap Happy Glue.

Fold the top panel over toward the right edge.

Create a 5 3/8" x 4 1/8" panel of patterned paper.  Cut the right corner off so that it fits on this panel as shown.  Adhere with Scrap Happy Glue.

Fold the cardstock upward on the center score line.

Trim a panel of patterned paper to fit the top panel as shown.

Fold the left hand section around backwards and adhere to the back of the card so that the card base looks like this.

Create a panel that is slightly smaller than the top panel out of white cardstock.

Decorate the front panel as you wish.

The "Instructions" tag measures 5" x 2 1/2"
The "Ingredients" tag measures 5" x 1 3/4"

Here is one last look at the finished card!

I hope you enjoyed today's Double Pocket Card and that you will give it a try!  I predict that you will LOVE the results!  Stop by daily to see even more great samples using this months Creative Cafe' Kit.

Stamps: The Rubber Cafe' - November Kit of the Month
Paper: The Rubber Cafe' - November Kit of the Month
Adhesives: The Rubber Cafe' - Scrap Happy Sheer Glue
Embellishments: Fork and Spoon, Outline Stickers, Ribbon- November Kit of the Month

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