This darling pull-out card is easy to make and joyful to send. The Designer Series Paper (DSP) was free, and the stamp set is so incredibly useful for all occasions! Here is a snapshot of all the card elements. Once you’ve done the prep, the card practically makes itself.
Step 1. Cut card base at 4 1/4″ x 11″. (Seaside Spray shown here).
Step 2. Use your Scoring Board or Trimmer to score on the long side at 3 1/4″ and 8 3/4″.
Step 3. Fold the bottom flap up (the longer one), and create a pocket using Tear-n-Tape.
Step 4. Play around with the patterns and colors until you get an arrangement that is pleasing to your eye. Cut remaining Card Stock and DSP.
- DSP for bottom flap – 4″ x 3″
- DSP for top flap – 4″ x 2″
- DSP for front panel – 4″ x 2 3/4″
- Card stock for front panel – 4 1/4″ x 3″
- Card stock to create pocket card – 4 1/2″ x 3″
- Whisper White card stock for pocket card – 4 1/4″ x 2 3/4″
Step 5. Use Mini Stampin’ Cut & Emboss to die-cut label from Whisper White. I used the largest oval from the Stitched Shapes dies.
Step 6. Assemble layers. Wrap twine or ribbon around front panel before adhering.
Step 7. Stamp sentiment on label in matching ink color and adhere to card front with dimensionals.
Step 8. Add matching pearls onto sentiment label. On some of the cards, I colored my pearls with a Blends marker that matched the color of the card stock base.
Step 9. Assemble inside pull-out card, adding ribbon and a sentiment for a nice and final touch.
Here is the final completed card:
Here are a few alternative designs done with this same sketch.
This sketch is a great way to feature that beautiful DSP in your collection. Here is another card using the same measurements, and created with the Hydrangea DSP.
I’ll be doing a Facebook LIVE this Friday showing how to make this card!
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