Card with Tag Feature

Well hello!

You may be asking “Is that a card with a removable tag that has a hidden vellum pocket with tiny stamped tags stuffed inside?” Yes!

I began with cutting some of the new Wplus9 dies and decided to make a special card for a “special someone”. I started with a card base in bright white, layered some 6×6 card stock I had laying around in the colors I wanted, affixed the die cut frame from Wplus9 with dimensional foam tape,

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here, I chose a tag and some hand dyed seam binding, and planned the arrangement of the card.

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I’m not sure why this pic reflects the card stock so orange… It’s a subtle coral as shown in pic #12 3

In these next three steps I chose the vellum pocket, rounded the edges with my new corner rounder (that I absolutely love) and adhered it to the backside of the tag with my ATG.

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Then it was time to punch out some card stock with my assorted sized tag punch and choose which stamp set I wanted to use.

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Ya, I’m liking it 🙂

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Oh, the tags look so cute in that little pocket! Yay!!7

In these next steps I stamped my sentiments in Rich Cocoa by Memento and then stuffed the little tags into the vellum pocket on the back of my big tag then situated the finished tag into the card’s leaves.

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And finally, I adhered the word Imagine (from a die cut set I do not know the maker of, I’m sorry, if you know, please tell me!), they were purchased from eBay. Then I lined the inside of my card with heavy weight card stock by Paper Trey Ink then proceeded to stamp the coral colored, small, hand-cut, banner with the words Top Priority from Heidi Swapp, signed the card and embellished the envelope closure with a gem.

Voila!

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2 thoughts on “Card with Tag Feature

  1. Awesome. I love the stamps and the color that you put in the sleeve. And to cornet cut the pocket. Brilliant!! I just love the 30 set I have so many questions. But just one today. Where is the bicycle in the 2 cars from?

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