Here's the project:
|I used the new Orchard Harvest DSP from the Holiday Mini.|
|In one pocket, you can place a note card and then in the other, you can put a gift card. The inside Island Indigo card stock is cut at 3-1/2" x 2-3/4". The Very Vanilla card stock is cut at 3-1/4" x 2-1/2"|
Side 1 - Score at 0, 1-1/4", 6-1/8"
Side 2 - Score at 2-7/8"
Side 3 - Score at 1-1/4", 6-1/8"
Side 4 - Score at 2-1/2"
Placing the paper with points pointing toward you and the 3 center score marks pointing across, fold in the outside score lines as shown above.
Bring the top down towards you and fold in half, creasing well.
Fold back on the other 2 score lines to make an accordion fold in the middle and crease.
Fold down the top points, punch a hole through the top and tie in a piece of Linen Thread and tag. I used the 1-1/4" and 1-3/8" Circle Punches for the tag.
Here is the back side of the holder. You can add another card and/or gift card, money, candy, etc.
Bootiful Occasions stamp set 126597
Orchard Harvest DSP 126895
Simply Scored Tool 122334
Simply Scored Diagonal Plate 125586
Linen Thread 104199
1-1/4" Circle Punch 119861
1-3/8" Circle Punch 119860
Chocolate Chip ink pad 126979
More Mustard Marker 119701 Regals Marker Collection
Very Vanilla card stock 101650
Cajun Craze card stock 119684
Island Indigo card stock 122923
Here's another card using the Orchard Harvest DSP:
|Mary Harvey designed this card for our Demonstrator Meeting make and take this month. She used the brayer to make a "reflection" image of the cowboy boot.|
|I love the pierced oval around the words. We used the Essentials Paper-Piercing Pack to pierce the oval. I also love the Early Espresso Baker's Twine wrapped around the card. The boots are heat embossed with Early Espresso Embossing Powder.|
|Orchard Harvest Designer Series Paper||126895|
|It's harvest time. Paper reminiscent of orchards, cornfields, and roadside produce stands. 12 sheets: 2 ea. Of 6 double-sided designs. 12" x 12". Acid- and lignin-free. Cajun Craze, Early Espresso, Island Indigo, More Mustard, Lucky Limeade, and Raspberry Ripple.|