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2014-11-06 Pocket tag card, bookmark card or gift card holder; you choose

2014/11/06

This is another project that I brought to Maggi’s house last week for some 1-on-1 shoebox time. It is a tag with a pocket. You could use is as a tag holder, as a gift presentation for a pretty bookmark or even change it by just slipping in a gift card and make it a gift card holder. It’s really up to you what you want to do with it, fun huh?

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The sentiment is an acrylic set that I won for a contest some time ago. It is a wonderful set filled with all flower sayings by Jillian Vance Design. It is mounted on a removable tag with a flourish die cut by Memory Box and topped with standard oval’s by Spellbinders.

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The flower was made by using two different flower punches. The punches were molded, snipped and stacked. Once the glue had dried we punched a hole in the center and added stamens.
The leaves were punched using a Martha Stewart stamp/punch and then run through a crimping tool.

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Here you can see the tag out of pocket. A great place to hide a gift card is right behind the removable tag. When the tag is pulled out, the gift card would be a wonderful surprise.

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Here is one last look at the pocket tag card

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This took a good bit of time to put together however; we discussed the construction. You certainly could make it a good deal quicker by adding a ready made embellishment. In addition the removable tag could just be stamped rather than adding die cuts. Although I really do like the die cuts so in my next version, these would stay 🙂

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One Comment leave one →
  1. ribbons3 permalink
    2014/11/06 5:51 pm

    This is really lovely! Especially the flower just makes it!

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