Thursday, March 15, 2012

Another pocket page ~

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Hi everyone~I'm staying with the bi-fold cardstock papers by Authentique.  Here is another example of how  easy these can be made.  I used Helmar 450 Quick Dry to secure the outside edges and then used punches and embellishments on the front!!  making a great pocket for art work or papers you may want to keep together.


I hope you aren't getting tired of these I have one more to post tomorrow then off to something new.
Have a great Thursday~weekend is just round the corner.
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For all you local peeps my class on the Bingo cards is this Saturday (10:00am) at Craft Crossing.
Limited kits~so call and reserve your spot.  This is my 2 year anniversary teaching at Craft Crossing~I think we should celebrate:):)   See ya soon!!

11 comments:

Lisa Rukin Swift said...

Love this variation too, Connie! How are you storing these?

Mary Pat Siehl said...

love the brown and blue color combo!! my fave!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

You are TOTALLY rockin' these pocket pages!!!! I just loveeeeeeeeeeee them!!!!! LOVING the tickets on this one and the little hand prints!!!

Lynn Murphy said...

ooooooo another awesome creations. (I'm running out of adjectives you rock everything lol) and I have that bi-fold paper - just occurred to me. oooooooo thanks!!!

soapHOUSEmama said...

Great page! Love that ticket embelly cluster!

Jingle said...

Very cute!

Sylvia said...

Oh this is so beautiful and fun! LOVE the pocket page idea! So clever and cool!!! Thanks for sharing, Connie!!! Oh and that's a great picture on the layout, too :) :) :)

Sylvia xx

Sue @ Cakeballs, cookies and more said...

so cute, I love the pocket idea.

April Derrick said...

Very cute - love the idea!

angie gutshall said...

Super fun page!! Love the pocket!

Crafty Neighbor said...

Hi Connie! Thanks for following my blog! I'm excited you found me, so now I can follow you! You were actually recommended to me by someone I met in the San Antonio area! Great pocket pages, btw! I love pockets of all kinds!