Sunday, June 1, 2014

Pocket Card (For A Pen Or Tag) Tutorial

As my husband, the Penmaker, 
has had several requests for a post on how to make a pocket card, I put together this short tutorial. This pocket card is perfect for enclosing a pen or tag. The theme can be made with what ever you chose. Since this one is for a pen, I gave it a different twist.

I used Prima's Stationer's
Desk collection with some stamping and metal embellishment. I added a complete list of supplies at the end of the post.

This video will
show you how it's all created.

Dimensions and scores.

This "penmaker holding
a pen blank" from the Stamper's Anonymous set is really suppose to be a chemist... no way. A dead ringer for my husband when he still had a beard.

I hope this is a help
to those that wanted to try making something new to package their pens (for marketing or gift giving) or for tags.

Thanks for stopping by!

Prima Stationer's Desk 12 x 12 Collection Pad; Spellbinder's Large Classic Oval die; Alterations Mini Cabinet Card die, Alterations Decorative Strip Spring Greenery die, Alterations Frameworks Courtyard die; Idea-ology Mirrored sheets, Idea-ology pen nib, Idea-ology gears; Stampers Anonymous The Chemist stamp set; Archival Jet Black ink; Walnut Stain Distress Ink; Prima Engraver brads; Prima Vintage Trinkets; Petaloo Darjeeling Petites; Spare Parts ivory burlap.


Ros Crawford said...

I love your pocket cards ... this is terrific!! What a beautiful gift and one of the Penmaker's creations too!

Audrey Pettit said...

OMGosh, seriously fabulous, Linda! Love your pocket cards so much. That "chemist" penmaker is fantastic! So, so perfect for this!

Valya said...

This is beautiful, Linda! Very stylish and gorgeous! :))

Unknown said...

Linda, thanks for the tutorial! It is very nice and usefull project!)

Unknown said...

This looks awesome. I Love all the wonderful details you add to your work.


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