Wednesday, June 14, 2017

"Be Amazing" Flower Pocket Card

For this week's card, I wanted to share both how a white, embossed background can be a really stunning starting point. Plus I am showing how by cutting two of the rectangle dies, you can create a card pocket. All this month in my "Jen's Cards" series, you can find inspiration for white, embossed background cards. I hope you'll join me each Wednesday for a new card. I've included all the supplies for this card below. Keep reading for more photos and details of today's card.

"Be Amazing" Flower Pocket Card by Jen Gallacher for www.jengallacher.com. #jengallacher #jenscards #cardmaker #echoparkpaper #diecutting #stamping #embossing


To create this card, I started with a star pattern. Then I cut two of the rectangle dies from a coral cardstock. I used the side with texture facing up for the inside of the pocket. I stamped on the second rectangle's smooth side and cut it at a diagonal to create the pocket. And finally I stamped a sentiment on the bottom of the pocket. I placed a die cut tag in a slightly lighter color than the coral inside the pocket and added some gold accents in the scallop and tag reinforcer. All of the products are listed below.

Here's a closer look at the card. Be sure to pin your favorite images!

"Be Amazing" Flower Pocket Card by Jen Gallacher for www.jengallacher.com. #jengallacher #jenscards #cardmaker #echoparkpaper #diecutting #stamping #embossing

"Be Amazing" Flower Pocket Card by Jen Gallacher for www.jengallacher.com. #jengallacher #jenscards #cardmaker #echoparkpaper #diecutting #stamping #embossing

"Be Amazing" Flower Pocket Card by Jen Gallacher for www.jengallacher.com. #jengallacher #jenscards #cardmaker #echoparkpaper #diecutting #stamping #embossing

"Be Amazing" Flower Pocket Card by Jen Gallacher for www.jengallacher.com. #jengallacher #jenscards #cardmaker #echoparkpaper #diecutting #stamping #embossing


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(Click the photos to begin shopping. Affiliate links have been used where possible. Many of these products were generously donated to me as part of my job at Echo Park Paper.)


2 comments:

  1. This is so pretty. I love all the layers and pops of color. I need to start using my sewing machine...such a fantastic detail.

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