Thursday, April 9, 2015

Kaisercraft 75 Cents Pocket Card w/Tag

I don't know what it is about pocket cards, but I'm totally addicted to making them. They seem to go together so easily and you can write a message on the tag front and even use the back if you have a lot to say.

I used Kaisercraft 75 Cents for this one... still dipping into my stash and holding off from buying any new papers. I found a scrap of a black doily to add and tucked in an old Prima Vintage Trinket... love using up my older pieces.

The two large Serenity flowers are from Prima along with one leaf and one small bloom from Petaloo. The cameo is by The Girls Paperie (are they still around, does anyone know?).

The foliage was cut from Alterations dies - Mini Branch & Leaf set and Thinlits Holiday Greens.

The thin jute twine is by Darice. Edging is done with Vintage Photo Distress Ink.

The black #8 tag is from Ranger.

Ex-large silver eyelet from We R Memory Keepers.

Thank you for stopping by!


Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Beautiful card - love the beautiful layers!

Pamellia said...

Stunning Linda!! Love the aqua flowers against the neutral background and I adore how you turned up that one corner to reveal the little metal trinket!! Stunning! hugs :)

Ros Crawford said...

You make the best pocket tag cards ever so keep on making them ... This is beautiful!

Anonymous said...

This is spectacular Linda! Love the colors!!!!

Alie Hoogenboezem-de Vries said...

One can see that you love to make these looks great Linda! Stunning details.
Greetings, Alie :-)

Linda said...

Linda, this is absolutely gorgeous!!!

Tracy said...

Beautiful! Your attention detail can't be beat. Just browsed through your ebay pens. Still drooling. :-) Hugs!

Lisa said...

You do an amazing job with pocket cards, Linda!! This is so gorgeous!! I love the layers and the design!! Stunning!!

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Audrey Pettit said...

Wowzers! This is incredible! I'm glad you are addicted to pocket cards, but you are genius at them! LOVE the color on this one, and as always, amazing layers and details. The blossoms are fantastic. Love the bit of doily and LOVE the little peek a boo corners! Wow!

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