I’m a day late with this post, unfortunately time just got away from me yesterday! So here is my latest DT Thursday post for Stamping Bella. Keep reading for a fun double pocket card and video!
Tiny Townie Poppy Double Pocket Card:
All month I’m recreating some of Sandie’s DT Thursday step by step projects in my own style, with videos.
Today I followed Sandie’s step by step instructions to create a Double Pocket Card. This turned out really well, and Sandie’s instructions were a breeze to follow. Here’s the card:
Here’s the link to Sandie’s step by step tutorial: DT Thursday Create a Double Pocket Card with Sandiebella
Double Pocket Card Video:
Now watch me put the card together in the video below or in HD over on YouTube.
NOTE: I have not included the colouring footage in this video. I will be uploading and sharing the colouring process on Monday for Marker Geek Monday, as I used coloured pencils to colour the image, and so many of you have asked to see more coloured pencil work. I thought it would be a great opportunity to give you a close up look at the colouring and chat a little about the process.
- Stamping Bella Tiny Townie Garden Girl Poppy (die also available)
- Stamping Bella Flower Sentiments Set
- Make it Colour Blending Card
- MFT Extreme Black ink pad*
- Plain White 250gsm cardstock
- Graphic 45 The Magic of Oz 12×12 paper
- Fabri-tac Glue*
- Tonic Nuvo Glitter Drops*- White Blizzard
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