Simple Stories Little Things Box Pocket Folio Tutorial for Make & Take Tuesday
Hello, Friends! I’m a little late getting this Simple Stories Little Things Box Pocket Folio Tutorial out to you for today’s Make & Take Tuesday. I took a couple of days off over the weekend because I was tired! It felt good to get caught up on laundry, read a book, go for a drive and relax for a bit. Even though I’m late getting this out today, I think you will still really enjoy the project. It’s a darling little box style folio that’s really easy to make.
Transitioning a Summer Collection into a Fall Project
Little Thing is technically a summer collection filled with lemon images, and soft summer colors. But I didn’t get the collection until summer was nearly over, and even then I didn’t have time to use it…until now. I needed to find a way to make this summery collection feel appropriate for the current season.
So I focused on the yellow gold, black and red tones, plaid patterns and used just a touch of floral papers. I think it worked really well. If you die cut the shaker frame from yellow gold cardstock, back with strips of black cardstock and accent with the cute black floral teapot, it really sells the changing of the seasons. Or at least, I think it does. What do you think?
A Peek Inside: Flip Flap Folio
This is a very easy folio base to create, but easy doesn’t mean boring. It’s loaded with fun flips and flaps.
There’s even a hidden pocket behind the gatefold closure.
And a fun mini waterfall feature, too!
The Box Pocket
The box pocket is scored into the folio base design so it’s super quick and easy to make: just add the sides! Then you can fill it up with cute goodies like cookies, a vintage demitasse spoon, ladybug tag, honey stick and a mini folio.
There’s room inside the mini folio to add a Pumpkin Spice tea bag…which also helps with the seasonal transition!
Simple Stories Little Things Box Pocket Folio Tutorial on YouTube
If you’d like to learn how to create this fun folio base, please enjoy this video over on my YouTube channel.
NOTE: Embedding the videos into my blog has been using too much disk space and costing me too much money. So I’ll be linking to my YouTube channel instead of embedding from now on. Thanks for understanding!
I hope you all enjoy this fun to make folio design! You can find a linked supply list below this post.
Thanks for stopping by, friends!