Thursday, June 25, 2009

Flower Pot Pocket Cards

I was on Stephanie Luman's blog and saw her Flower Pot Pocket Card and just loved it! It inspired me to make my own with a little twist.

I followed the flower pot instructions on Stephanie's blog and added texture with various Cuttlebug embossing folders. Instead of punching multiple flower I choose to do one large kaleidoscope flower made with the Dazzling Reflections Garden Party template pack. Each flower is printed at 3" on photo paper then 2 additional mats, cut from coordinating cardstock, were added one at 3.5" and one at 3.75".

Place the insert into the flowerpot and add a strip of double sided foam tape to the top of the insert. Place a standard invitation size envelope behind the card and add the flower to the insert, making sure not to exceed the dimensions of the envelope. The reason for the foam tape on the insert is that is allows the flower to clear the rim of the pot.

Click here to view Stephanie's tutorial.

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1 comment:

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