Tuesday, October 04, 2016

Chocolate pocket card

Hi, Janja here!

Autumn not only brings us cooler days, but it also makes beautiful warm colors and an abundance of crops for winter days.
Glowing autumn colors found place on chocolate pocket card, which I share today with you.


For chocolate pocket card we need:
- white cardstock for the pocket card base
- patterned paper
- white and color cardstock
- ribbon
- Distress ink: Mustard Seed, Wild Honey, Rusty Hinge, Peeled Paint, Moved Lawn, Vintage Photo, Festive Berries, Aged Mahogany

Cut out cute scarecrow with the harvest scarecrow die. Use cardstocks in different colors, shadow edges with Distress inks and assemble a scarecrow.



Prepare also die cuts with dies: give thanks, garden accessories (fence) and grass, trees & vines (grass) and shadow them with Distress inks.


The base for chocolate pocket card is a white cardstock. Measure the size of a chocolate bar and add 0.25" (0,6 cm).
This is my size of white card base: 11.8 x 7.7" (30 x 19,5 cm). Folding measurements are: 3.75", 4.25", 8", 8.5" (9,5 cm, 10,8 cm, 20,3 cm, 21,6 cm). For the corner flap trim cardstock to size: 3.3 x 1.7" (8,4 x 4,3 cm).


Fit a ribbon to tie on the card base and cut a patterned paper. Shadow the edges with Distress ink Vintage Photo and fasten them on the card base.


Glue corner flaps to the card base.


Chocolate pocket card is ready to decorate.


On the inner side add the text area. Use the 2nd die from stitched wide rectangle frame set and 6th die from rectangle set.


Decorate the chocolate pocket card.





That's all for today. I hope you like it.

 



 

6 comments:

Anita Kejriwal said...

So beautiful . Very nice concept

Vladuška said...

I love this scarecrow and you did great job with your project.

karen said...

I adore this scarecrow and how you used him.
K

Joanne said...

So adorable Janja! Thank you for the great step by step tutorial.

Helen Gullett said...

WOW... that is super adorable and sweet candy box!! Love the details from the die cuts!

Donna Idlet said...

Love it! Love that scarecrow!!!