Thursday, October 17, 2013

Tracy's Triple Pocket Tea Bag Holder Card

A couple of years ago,
Sept. 21, 2011 to be exact, Tracy, at her I Wanna Build A Memory blog, did a tutorial on making a triple pocket tea bag holder card (here). To top it off, she did one of her fabulous videos on YouTube. (I think most of you know by now that I'm a scrapin' video fanatic, and I would love to see Tracy do lots more on YT). 

When I needed a get
well card last week, I thought that her pattern for the TPTBH would be the perfect style of card to send my friend that's recovering from surgery. Since I still had most of the makin's out on my desk from the Simple Treasures Journal Mini Album, I decided to go around with that again, and use the Kaisercraft's Curiosity collection. I did the base in Recollection's kraft cardstock. The beautiful bloom on the cover is by Petaloo (purchased at 40% off when Archivers had their last big store-wide sale). 

After making all those
pockets in my previous project, this was just a natural flow. I created an additional tag for my sentiment (not shown) and tucked it into the semi-transparent bag along with this one I made using Distress Inks in Antique Linen, Evergreen Boughs and Bundled Sage.

Be sure to visit Tracy's blog
for some high-powered inspiration. She is such a talented lady and one of the sweetest bloggers I have the pleasure of following.

I'm linking up at:
Make It Monday - Anything Goes

Thanks for stopping by!


Shirley-Anne said...

What a fabulous gift idea .What a clever project to share on Make it Monday , thank you Linda

Wendy said...

Oh my...this is awesome. What a wonderful idea and you have executed it perfectly. Saw you at Make it Monday and needed to see more of this wonderful creation!

Anonymous said...

Fabulous!! Tracy Is awesome!!! No doubt about that!!! :))
Thanks for sharing this @ make it Monday so we could all peek @ your super cute tea bag holder card!! :))

Ros Crawford said...

How lovely this is!! Beautiful!!

Tracy said...

YAY! This turned out so beautifully. The papers look amazing and that! You did an incredible job on this project Linda. I'm sure your friend will love it. Thank you so much for the sweet shout out. Hugs!

Audrey Pettit said...

Tracy is an absolute inspiration, isn't she? Tis is such a fun project, and yours turned out amazing, Linda!

Wendy said...

What a lovely project! Spotted it on MIM xx

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