Prima Plant Department Pocket and Flap Folio Tutorial with Reneabouquets
Hello, Friends! It’s Make and Take Tuesday, and I hope you’re ready to get your craft on because we’re going to have a crafty adventure with this Prima Plant Department Pocket and Flap Folio Tutorial. If you like quick and easy folio designs, then this tutorial should make you happy, happy, happy!
Good things come in small packages, right? Well, this 4 1/2″ x 6 1/2″ pocket and flap folio is just as cute as it can be. It’s pretty pages are just loaded with style, too.
Shabby chic embellishments set the tone for this very feminine folio. Vintage Rose Tuck Ins, beaded flowers, vintage stick pins, mini keys….I’ve scattered paper pretties liberally throughtout my garden!
Not a Shaker Frame
By now, y’all know I’m a sucker for shaker elements. But this altered Beautiful Board Frame is not a shaker! I changed things up a bit by adding a Reneabouquets Lissie Pink butterfly and Beautiful Beads to the center of this delicate Victorian Scroll Frame.
Tan Satin Ribbon provides a beautiful contrast to the pastel shades of this paper collection. The dangle element on the spine features a bird nest, key, and sentiment disk.
A Peek Inside
You’ll learn my sneaky trick that makes assembling this folio a snap in the video tutorial. I have a feeling that many of you will be making lots of these fun folios for friends and family.
Why is this called a pocket and flap folio? Because alternating page are either a pocket page filled with a small tag, ephemera piece and photo mat, or an easy to make flap page with room for photos.
This paper collection is absolutely dream to work with. I love the garden images, shabby chic patterns and beautiful color palette. How about you?
Plant Department Pocket and Flap Folio Tutorial on YouTube
Would you like to see just how easy it is to assemble this sweet little folio? Then please enjoy this video tutorial on my YouTube channel.
Are your crafty little fingers itching with the desire to dig into your paper stash and create something beautiful? Oh, good! Then I’m doing my job!
You’ll find a linked supply list below this post for your convenience.
Thanks for stopping by!
- Prima Plant Department
- Prima Fruit Paradise Flowers
- Tan Satin Ribbon with Grosgrain Edge
- Charms from my stash