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Get Well Pocket and Card

Get Well Pocket and Card
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Have a friend who’s under the weather? Make a personal card and treat to help sooth a sore throat and add a little cheer!

Finished sizes:  5″ x 5″ Pocket
           4 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ Card

Skill: 1    Time: 1    Cost: 1

What you need: (for both)

• 6″ x 14″ matboard
• 12″ x 12″ double-sided pattern paper* (2 sheets)
• 3″ x 5″ Parchment paper
• Cardstock* (one sheet each):  Metallic Copper, Chocolate Chip, black
• Cardstock tag
• Die-cutting machine*
• Scoreboard Frame Easel die*
• Adhesive Aerosol*
• Four ½″ brads
Get Well Soon stamp
• Dye ink*: Chocolate Chip
• Pigment ink*: Stucco
• Computer or stamped sentiment
• Sanding block
• 18″ of ½″ copper trim
• Hole punch*
• Stapler w/staples
• Cellophane or sandwich plastic bag
• Cough drops
• Alphabet letters*: R, x
• Heavy-duty double stick tape
• Adhesive*
Pencil, ruler, scissors,

The following products were used for these projects: 7 Gypsies Venice Series pattern Stampin’Up! cardstock, stamp, dye ink • Sizzix Big Shot die-cutting machine, Scoreboard Frame Easel die • 3M Super 77 Multipurpose Adhesive Aerosol •  Colorbox pigment ink • Rock Candy Studios copper trim • Quickutz Tool and Studio alphabet • We R Memory Keepers Cropadile punch • Beacon Zip Dry adhesive.

Note: See end of article for product information.


• See photo for details and placement.

Frame Pocket
STEP 1: Cut paper.
Cut 6″ x12″ piece of pattern paper. Adhere one piece to front of matboard and one to back of mat board. Cut pocket from matboard using the Scoreboard Frame Easel die. Set cut-out aside for card. Sand all edges with sanding block. Apply Stucco ink to edges.

STEP 2: Assemble pocket. Fold easel along scored lines. Insert brads to hold in place. Cut copper trim the width of pocket. Glue trim to pocket below opening.

STEP 3: Make tag. Trace tag on back of pattern paper. Cut out. Adhere paper to front of tag. Stamp sentiment with Chocolate Chip ink.  Cut copper trim the width of tag. Glue trim to end of tag. Apply Stucco ink to edges. Punch hole in upper left corner of easel. Use a brad to attach tag through hole in easel. 

STEP 4: Finish.
Place cough drops in plastic bag. Fold top and staple down. Attach to inside of easel with double-stick tape.

Card
STEP 1: Cut paper.
For card base, cut a 5 ¼″ x 8 ½” piece from black cardstock. Fold to 4 ¼″ x 5 1/2″. Cut a 5 ¼″ x 4″ piece from Chocolate Chip paper. Cut two 5″ x 3 3/4″ pieces from pattern paper. Cut letters R and x from copper cardstock.

STEP 2: Embellish card.
Adhere letters to cutout piece from easel. Apply Stucco ink to edges of all papers. Adhere one pattern paper piece to front of card. Cut copper trim the width of card. Glue trim to front of card. Glue cutout piece to front of card.

STEP 3: Add inside sentiment.
Print sentiment onto parchment paper. Tear edges. Apply Stucco ink to edges. Center and adhere parchment paper to pattern paper. Adhere piece to inside of card.


Sources:

Sizziz

www.sizzix.com

3M
www.3m.com

7 Gypsies
www.sevengypsies.com

Beacon
www.beaconadhesives.com

Stampin’Up!
www.stampinup.com

Colorbox
www.colorbok.com

Quickutz Tool and Studio
www.quickutz.com

Rock Candy Studios
www.rockcandystudios.com


Photo:


Get Well Pocket and Card

Comments
comment By smokeysmom @ Tuesday, February 22, 2011 11:41 AM
Can I still make this card if I don't have the Frame/Easel die cut? If so, how?

comment By lazesuze @ Tuesday, February 22, 2011 11:50 AM
Very cute and easy card -- and I'm not a card-maker! Thanks for the info on how to make this without the Frame/Easel die cut too. I have lots of Sizzix dies but not this one.

comment By lazesuze @ Tuesday, February 22, 2011 11:53 AM
Correction: thanks for "any info" on how to make this without the die! :D

comment By wisemom @ Tuesday, February 22, 2011 3:19 PM
Oh what a cute card! Haven't tried it yet but looking forward to making it...Thanks for the great idea! I think it would be a neat Thank You card too.

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