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Sunday, August 11, 2013

Pocket Card Tutorial with Guiseppa

Around here, in good old Cache Valley, we have a lot of rodeos going on this time of the year.  Guiseppa here to share with you a tutorial using the 2 Pocket Cards SVG  and the Giddy Up Boy and Girl collections. My cards will be perfect to give to some of the friends that live around me, that love to rodeo.

First off click on your 2 Pocket Cards cut in your Silhouette Library.  

  You will need to ungroup these cards so you can cut them.  To do this make sure the whole image is highlighted and then right click and choose ungroup.  Now you can move your images around.

Next separate the insert and outside of the card so you can cut them out using different papers.

Now fold on all of the perforations 

Now, glue the small flap next to the doily border.  Make sure you glue it on the inside of the card and not the back outside of the card.

Look how nicely the insert card fit into the pocket.

Finally, dress up the outside of your card! I kept mine simple, but these cards would be really fun to embellish quite a bit.

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Here are some of the supplies used to make todays project, and other fun stuff.


  1. That is such a cute pocket card! I love the lacy edge on the pocket! Thanks for sharing it with us!

  2. Love the cards!! And I would love to win the Silhouette Cameo!!!

  3. What a lovely card! I've already purchased your boy & girl Cowboy collection! I sooo LOVE them! :O)


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