Friday, 19 August 2016

Pocket Tag Card

Today, I am sharing a pocket tag card, which I made for
the Fiskars Design Team, when I was a member earlier in the year.
I was shown how to make this card a few years ago when I went on a crafting retreat, 
but had forgotten all about it until I saw some on Pinterest.
These cards are very easy to make and a great way of using double
sided paper - A4 size. A gift card could be added, instead of the tag.

The items I have are:-
Fiskars Tag Maker - Standard and Scalloped
Happy Birthday Stamp - Inkylicious

Here is a very rough 'step by step' guide in photos, showing the measurements,
cuts and folds along with another card I made.

I am entering the first card into the following challenges:-
Penny's Paper-Crafty Challenge - Anything Goes
Through the Craft Room Door - Anything Goes
Craft Your Passion - Anything Goes
Crazy Challenge - Anything Goes
Tuesday Throwdown - Anything Goes
Southern Girls Challenge - Anything Goes
Creative Knockouts - Tag Time

Thanks for looking in,
Janice x


  1. Brilliant card, Janice! Thanks for the easy to follow instructions. xx

  2. Super card Janice - will have a go! I made the version using 12x12 paper last week. I couldn't find this version using A4 papers so thanks for the instructions. Shabneez xxx

    1. Thanks Shabneez! You couldn't find it because it wasn't used on the Fiskars FB page xx :-(

  3. A fabulous card Janice. Thank you so much for giving instructions. Barbxx

  4. A fun double fold pocket card, Janice! Thank you for the tutorial of the fold! It's a wonderful project! hugs, de

  5. Fabulous cards Janice, such a wonderful design and lovely bright colours.

  6. Fabulous pocket card Janice, love the papers and beautiful flower.
    Pam x

  7. Oh this is Fabulous! I love tags....I love tags on cards and I love your pocket tag card! WOW! So awesome!

  8. That's such a clever design and a great way to add tags or small gifts to your card. The 2 versions you made are so pretty :-)
    Big hugs, Kat xx

  9. A great pocket card and tutorial. Thank you for your comment on my blog and the link to yours - I've now become your latest follower as I like your style of cardmaking.
    Kath x


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