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Friday, May 3, 2013

6x6 Page Protector Pouch Video

Happy Friday friends!!! You know what Friday means?  Yup, it's Friday Video time! YAY!!!!

Today's video is to show that SU! Page Protectors can be used for more than just protecting your totally awesome and special scrapbooking pages.  They can be used to create a cute little pouch where you can hold thank you cards, birthday cards... any kind of card really that you want.  Maybe a note pad (decorated of course, lol) and a pen for your special someone to jot down notes.... the possibilities are endless.  Plus, this project is really easy and quick to make so you could make tons of little gifts in a short amount of time!!  

For this specific pouch i decided to fill it with some Thank You notes and envelopes using my Very Vanilla card stock (cards measure 3" x 3") and decorating the fronts of them very simple with one stamp from the Flowering Flourishes set and a simple "thank you" from the Wishes You Way set.  Let's take a look at how we make these:

Simple right?  And totally adorable!!!  If you missed the measurements on the video here they are again:
- Top piece (for flap) is 4" x 6 1/2" score at 2"
- DSP for that piece is 1 7/8" x 6 7/16" (remember, the 7/16" mark is 2 spots before the 1/2" mark).
-Inside DSP for pouch is... you guessed it 6" x 6".

Well all, i want to thank you for stopping by today! I am off now for a whole weekend get-a-way with my momma and some amazing ladies for a scrapbooking/crafting retreat!!! I'm so excited! Full of good conversation, good food (lots of food, lol) and lots of creativeness!! Until next time...
Signature Fonts
Image by FontMeme

Supply List:

* Flowering Flourishes
* Wishes You Way

* Gumball Green
* Summer Starfruit

Card Stock:
* Polka Dot Parade DSP
* Wild Wasabi
* Very Vanilla

* Pop Up Daisy Kit
* Paper Trimmer
* Sticky Strip
* Snail
* SU Page Protector
* Velcrow


  1. I made one of these when I was a customer at my first Stampin Up class many years I am a demonstrator...thanks for the reminder of this item

  2. What a great idea Hon! Thanks for the video, it's so nice to see it done. Victoria Hanson