Thursday, October 24, 2013

Envelope Punch Board Card Tutorial

Okay, remember when I teased you last week that I'd be showing some projects from the Envelope Punch Board class? Well, here is one of them (I'll show the others soon), but first I have to tell you about the Thankful Thursday deals, because they are good for today only!

I didn't want you to miss out! And if you combine this with the 25% off 25 stamp sets, it's a REALLY good deal!  Now, on to the card....

Isn't it stinkin' CA-YOOT?!  And so super easy with the new Envelope Punch Board!  Aaaaand I found another use for Washi Tape!  I used it to mask the "To:   From:" on the Be Merry stamp before I inked it up with Cherry Cobbler. Then I pulled it off (using tweezers to keep the ink off my fingers) before I stamped the image.

This pocket card would work great as a small treat holder, or you could even slip in a gift card if you wanted.  (But I'll be showing you an even cuter gift card holder tomorrow, so you might want to wait!)

File Pocket Card
  1. Cut cardstock to 5 ½" x 6 ⅜". With long edge against top of Simply Scored tool, score at 2 ⅛". 
  2. Adhere 2 ⅛" x 5 ½" DSP to outside of pocket flap.
  3. Place left side of pocket flap (with DSP facing up) at the 2 ¾" mark on Envelope Punch Board and punch. 
  4. Slide to right and align left edge of card with left side of punch opening (where you would put the scoring tool if you were scoring) and punch. 
  5. Fold up pocket flap and fasten with Washi tape or ribbon (I used both).
  6. Decorate as desired.

And I want to send a shout-out to Patty Bennett for giving me the inspiration for this card! Thanks, Patty!!!


  1. Hey Girl! Thought I would drop by, and I found your cute card with a little extra :) Those tags are adorable!

    1. Thanks, Tanya! We sure had fun making them. :-)

  2. That is really a cute idea !!! Who would have thought you could use an envelope maker to make adorable cards as well. LOVE the tab ...


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