Pumpkin and Spice Loaded Library Pockets Tutorial

Prima Pumpkin and Spice Loaded Library Pockets Tutorial for Throwback Thursday

Hello, Friends!  It’s Throwback Thursday and I have the sweetest Pumpkin and Spice Loaded Library Pockets Tutorial to share with you.  These little cuties are so quick and easy to make that you are going to want to make stacks of them to have on hand for quick gifts, table decor or party favors.

This design is easy to adapt for birthdays, baby showers, bridal showers, or Christmas.  Wouldn’t they make the cutest stocking stuffers ever? (Note to self: make these in a Christmas theme!)

Each loaded library pocket measures 4 1/2″ x 6″.  I’ve tucked a 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ note card, vintage demitasse spoon,  Pumpkin Spice teabag, honey stick and bookmark into each pocket.

If the weather was cooler, you can bet I’d find a way to add chocolate to the pocket, too.

Use scraps leftover from previous projects to line and decorate your pockets and the card inserts.  That’s a double-win in my book!

These would be so cute displayed in a pretty basket as part of your fall home decor.

You can change up the items you tuck into the library pockets to make customized gifts for your friends and family.  How fun is that?

Pumpkin and Spice Loaded Library Pocket Tutorial on YouTube

If you’d like to see how quick and easy it is to make these darling little library pockets, please enjoy this video on my YouTube channel.

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and  have loads of fun making these cute little pockets!

To see more Pumpkin and Spice projects, please click HERE.

You can find a linked supply list below this post.

Thanks so much for stopping by, friends!




6 thoughts on “Pumpkin and Spice Loaded Library Pockets Tutorial

  1. Helen

    Oooh pockets of happiness, warmth and joy. Kathy, you really create so Kathy special, individual gifts, unique in every way!

  2. Sandi Smith

    These Loaded Library Pockets are such a fun idea and I love how quick they are to make. These will be great to have on hand for the unexpected situation, especially for thank you cards. Have a wonderful day and thank you for sharing!

    Sandi Smith

  3. Priscilla Hughs

    I have this collection too…my favorite for fall…love the pocket tutorial…so easy, will definitely make a few for special friends. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Susan Steele

    Yes, yes, yes … these library pockets are adorable Kathy! I have these beautiful papers too …so yes luv the idea of having these on hand for gifts!!! Thanks so much for yet another great easy project! Hugs, Suzy Q

  5. Dana Roepke

    Wow – these are adorable and so quick! I will definitely be making up some of these! I like to have treats for my mail carrier and others I interact with day to day – how fun to have some of these ready to give 🙂

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