Cute Little Tag Pocket for Really Reasonable Ribbon Anything But a Card Challenge
Hello, Friends! It’s the first Friday in August, and you know what that means? Yup! There’s a brand spanking new challenge at RRR: Anything BUT a Card. How fun! I tossed this idea around in my head for a while, and decided I would make a cute little tag pocket from a Graphic 45 Staples Tag, then put a standard tag inside the pocket.
G45;s Large Tag Album is just the right size for this project. Simply score the tag 3″ from the bottom edge and crease with a bone folder. Line the inner portion and add a tiny bead of glue along the sides of the tag. Fold in place and Voila! Instant pocket!
RRR Colors of Autumn & G45 August Children’s Hour Collection: A Perfect Match!
The Colors of Autumn Ribbon Club Assortment for this month is a great color match for the August papers in Graphic 45’s Children’s Hour collection.
I trimmed down a Standard tag so it would fit inside the cute little tag pocket. I fussy cut a ton of images from the 8×8 pad to use as decoration. I love the way the Turftan brown polka dot ribbon matches the brown polka dot paper, don’t you? I also used some natural burlap string, and then tied the Kiwi Green Square in a Square Satin ribbon through the top. It all matches perfectly!
An ephemera card was trimmed down to fit the back of the tag. I inked the edges and tnen rounded them off with a corner chomper. A couple stickers from the collection finished this project off nicely.
This cute little tag pocket is just the right size to hold a gift card. It’s quick and easy to make for any occasion, but this one is going to be used for a family birthday. Shhhh…it’s a secret!
I can’t wait to see what you make for this Anything BUT a card challenge! Be sure to link up on the RRR Challenge Blog so I can come by and leave you some love.
Thanks for stopping by! Now go get your craft on!