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Spot that SAB Stamp Set - Double Pocket Card with Tags

This week at still addINKtive we are featuring three SALE-A-BRATION Stampin' Up! ® Stamp Sets,  Patterned Occasions, Pretty Petites and Bloomin' Marvellous.  Hop on over to the challenge site to read more about our special SAB Week and how you can join in on the fun!

I chose to use the cute elephant image from Patterned Occasions and make a Double Pocket Card to hold a couple of tags.

Please keep reading as I have included quite a few links to some interesting tutorials.

SAB Double Pocket Card

Did you spot that cute, tiny, double bow? It's made from weaving ribbon through a small fork.  I spotted the idea on Pinterest and you can follow the tutorial HERE.

 

 Instructions on how to make a basic Double Pocket Card from DSP can be found HERE on You Tube. Enjoy!

Here's a link to the first Double Pocket Card I made (SU) -
http://addinktivedesigns.blogspot.com.au/2011/11/jai-92-just-add-tag-or-bookmark.html

Here's a post about how you can easily convert the instructions to Metric Measurements by using a piece of A4 DSP as well as a couple of variations to the standard Double Pocket Card (Non-SU)-
http://addinktivedesigns.blogspot.com.au/2012/07/double-pocket-cards-with-tags.html



I had a play with the Tea For Two Collection Disc (MDS) and chose one of the frames to highlight my card for the week.  I used a combination of Photo Shop and Printmaster 2011, Platinum Edition to produced this graphic as we don't have My Digital Studio in Australia just yet.


Project Recipe for SAB Double Pocket Card:
Stamp Set:  Patterned Occasions
Ink:  Tangerine Tango, Island Indigo and Pool Party Stampin' Write Markers.
Card Stock:  Whisper White
Accessories:  Sycamore Street DSP, Matching Button and Ribbon Pack (SAB items)
Two Tags Die, Decorative Label Punch, Dimensionals, Big Shot

Thanks for stopping by.

Comments

Vicki Burdick said…
Bronwyn, this is adorable, Love the double pocket card and that elephant is adorable!!!
Bronwyn Eastley said…
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So sorry to hear about the other challenge Bronwyn. This happened to to me once before also on another site and they didn't even notify me as to what I did wrong! I love your double pocket card and I hope you are enjoying yourself on vacation!
Christine Blain said…
Great use of those yummy SAB products, Bron; I just love the bright papers, and ribbons. Hadn't thought to punch out the little elephant image with the Decorative Label punch - thanks for the inspiration. :)
Nikki Spencer said…
Lovely use of those yummy SAB papers Bron and the cute little elephant is definitely growing on me...:0)
Such a bright fun card!
This is such a cute card Bron. I love the way you've stamped the elephant and your tags are gorgeous too.
H2 :) said…
Fabulous card, Bron. I love the boldness of the colours & patterns you have combined! The sweet little elephant image looks so cute on the tag & that teeny bow is adorable. TFS all the links too. :)

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