Hello and welcome.
Today’s card is for one of our grandson-in-laws. I saw a card like this on Pinterest and thought it would work well for him. Background paper is a small piece from my stash. It seemed to need a little dimension, but I thought an embossing folder might be too much pressure, so I scored every 1/4″ across then edged it with black to give the illusion of a mat. Pocket is from my Silhouette. It was cut with both denim print paper and white cs to give it some stability. It looked to clean & neat, so I sort of distressed the edges. Surprisingly I found the brads in my stash. Sentiment die is Stitched Ovals by Die-namics, happy birthday stamp is Gina K’s Birthday Blessings set. Both pocket and die cut are popped up. We will be putting more than a 1$ bill in it.
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8 thoughts on “Birthday Pocket”
Wonderful masculine card! He will love this, especially when you have more than the $1.
What a great way to give a monetary gift. Love your distressed pocket.
Scoring gave you the perfect dimension for the pp bg. Pocket, lining and sentiment all work to make this one super.
Great masculine card. Your background works great with your distressed pocket. The brads are a great addition.
This is an awesome card and love your distressed pocket. Fun card.
Awesome distressed pocket and money is always welcome to the recipient. Great card Gerry.
I really thought that background was matted, well done! Love the little pocket and the brads, so clever. I bet a gift card would fit well in there too! Perfect!
Gerry this is a great card! You did a wonderful job distressing the pocket and making it look like it should. The background was a great idea with the scored lines, too.