Friday, 14 February 2014

Kaisercraft Telegraph Road ~You Make Me Smile~ Tag Pocket Card

Hello everyone. Today I would like to share with a different type of card...this one is a tag card. I have seen them around on the internet lately, and sometimes they are called envelope cards. I have called mine a tag pocket card as it slightly differs to a tag card.

As you can see, the card is essentially two parts...a tag/card and the pocket for which it is inserted. I think this is a great type of card...different but nice!

The construction of this card is simple. Select a 12" x 6" piece of cardstock. Along the long edge, score at 3" and at 9" just like you would if you were creating a gatefold card. Decorate the centre section of this card (optional). From the centre panel to the edge cut a diagonal line and repeat on the other side. Place some sticky adhesive along the base of your card and attach the side panels to the front. (Note- I punched along the edges before this step). Cut a tag/card to fit inside the pocket, decorate and your done!


Kaisercraft Products: Telegraph Road Collection Delivery P1441, Receive P1442, Paper Pad PP931, Collectables CT785, Paper Blooms Honey F628, Kaisercard Weave Coffee Bean CD108.

Other: Martha Stewart Flourish Lace Punch, CU! Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding, Distress Ink Antique Linen, Spellbinders Flourish trim and Scalloped Borders One, Memory Box Amira Flourish and Elegant Scrollwork, Green Tara Roses.

Stop by the Kaisercraft blog to see the other creations from the DT.

Thanks for stopping by!

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  1. WOW!!! That is beautiful. So victorian love it!!!

  2. This is so beautiful. I pinned it from SCS. I can't get over the details and can't stop starring at it.


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