Channeling the 70’s

Double D Challenges: Something with Pockets

Channeling back to the 70’s with my card, washed out jeans, flower appliques, graduating from high school, Bicentennial celebration of USA is just a beginning of this important decade in my life so I’d thought I would reflect on it with my card today for the “pockets” challenge.

Using Taylored Expressions Burlap background stamp and Shades of Summer stamp and die set for my background, sentiment and shades. My pocket is an American Crafts fabric pocket that I found on clearance some time ago.

This was a fun challenge with a great mood board for inspiration.

Thanks for stopping in for a peek. I appreciate you and your time. Take care and be safe.

18 thoughts on “Channeling the 70’s

  1. Super fun pocket! I think you nailed the 70’s well. I remember all of those events, though I am a bit younger. My siblings wore those washed out jeans and the parade that my town had.

  2. Great card – the 70’s were a great time period ((I’m more into late 50’s and early 60’s) – times sure have changed!

    1. Thanks, Diana, my 50th high school class reunion is coming up in June so this idea seemed to fit.

  3. This represents the 70’s alright. Super card. Love the burlap background and fabric pocket. I’m a 50’s gal myself.

  4. Cool card. The background is perfect and I love your pocket and how you put the other elements with it. You nailed the era and the challenge.

    1. Thanks, Johanna, I’m into the 70’s as this June is my 50th high school class reunion. That fabric pocket piece kinds of helped me towards that decade. I appreciate you and your comments.

  5. Ahhhh the 70’s….I remember them well, well most of them lol And yes! A pair of worn out soft faded Levi’s, the best! Thanks for the walk down memory lane! Perfect background and I love your pocket with the [pretty posies! Thanks so much for playing along with us at The Double D, Pockets Challenge. Donna, DT Member.

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