Don’t you just love it when you see someone happily admiring the card you’ve crafted for them? And in the same way, when you’ve created a mini book or scrapbook page, isn’t it lovely when it really holds people’s attention for a while? “It’s satisfying to think that other people find our papercrafting projects interesting,” says designer Julie Kirk, “and I find that the simple addition of a pocket helps to achieve this every time!
This is a pdf article, first published in Papercraft inspirations magazine. It includes tips and advice, plus three step-by-step guides for making pocket cards. All shopping lists and supplies suggestions in this pdf were correct at the time of publication, but you may need to improvise and shop around for supplies if items are no longer in the shops.
If you love these ideas, be sure to browse our full range of designs by Julie Kirk, and visit her website, Notes on Paper.
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