Sunday, July 21, 2013

Pocket Book for Spellbinders International Flair Explore Beyond

I created a Pocket Book with an origami fold for 
Spellbinders International Flair, Explore Beyond

This is a wallet of sorts and has many uses that can be adapted to the need of the gift or recipient.
Cardstock is from Bazzill Basic Paper 
Kaisercraft Bling Snow Pearls SB794
Ink by Tsukineko Memento Bahama Blue  ME-000-601
Ribbon is white satin from StampinUp
Filled with sentiments
Spellbinders Dies Shapeabilities 
Flower was made with Spiral Blossom One SKU-S4-351
Sentiment is by JustRite Clear Botanical Medallions and Banners CR-03705 and cut with JustRite Spellbinders Customer Dies Nested Oval Medallion Labels JB-10025

or photos to give as a gift
Below is a mini tutorial on how to fold the pockets
 Fold a 12 x 12 double sided patterned paper in half


 ...unfold
 Fold right and left side of paper to meet in the middle

 .....unfold
 
 Fold all 4 corners to meet the first fold line

 Fold both left and right side to meet the middle line and turn over

 Fold top and bottom up to the tip of the V shape

 Tuck in the top and bottom right side into the left portion and it should overlap as in the photo below

To see more International Flair projects visit the 
Spellbinders Explore Beyond Blog

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9 comments:

  1. What a fabulous wee wallet - love all the details you have added.
    Take care
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  2. What a nice crafty idea. thank you for sharing

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  3. This is so gorgeous and intricate, Brigit! I love the layering details and folding! Thanks for sharing with your awesome tutorial!

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  4. I like the delicate look of the folds and embellishments! Thank you for that great tutorial! Big hugs, Baerbel

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  5. Beautiful thanks for the tutorial, great idea with the photo albums

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  6. Wonderful project Bridget

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  7. Great tutorial and lovely project
    Rosie x

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  8. Stunning Bridget and a fab tutorial, I just love little projects like this, super!!

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