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A Full Pocket

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Other Products: White Cardstock, White Ribbon, Grape Jelly Memento Ink, Sap Green Archival Ink, Hot Glue Gun

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Instructions: Click here to view a larger photo of this project. This card was inspired by Liz Gaze and the video she shared here. My card size is 4 x 6". Fold a piece of 8 1/2 x 11" cardstock in half and tape the tag die so it is resting with cutting blade just over the fold. When cut out this will make the card front and back together. Cut a piece of the paper collection using the smaller tag die and edge with ink. Glue down onto the front of the card.

Cut out the corner pocket die and sponge adhesive onto it and dip into the glitter. Allow to dry then glue to the bottom of the card front.

Stamp the leaves with Olive Green Stazon ink and then cut out using the coordinating die. Using the daubers add color to the leaves then place them into the Leafy Accents Mold and spritz with water. Run through the Vagabond 2 and then turn out to dry.

Stamp the flower petals with Grape Jelly ink and cut out using the coordinating die. Using the daubers, add color to the petals (Sap Green in the centers and Grape Jelly to the outer edges). Place the petals onto the mold, spritz with water and run through the Vagabond 2. Turn the petals out and allow to dry. Once dry, glue two together to form flower and add Prills to the centers. Allow to dry. Once dry, decide on placement of leaves and flowers and glue using the hot glue gun.

Using the Ticket and Tags die cut out small tags from the paper collection and tie ribbon through the holes. Slip the tags down into the corner pocket on the card front and it is ready to go.

Created By: Glenda Brooks

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