Welcome! Today I have another pocket card for you in the Easy-to-Make, Easy-to-Mail category. I used the Papertrey Ink Front and Center Die #1 to cut the pocket, folding it at 4" from the straight end and then squaring up the sides by the bottom fold. I usually just use a double-sided patterned paper for the pocket, but this time I cut the base from PTI's Pure Poppy cardstock and layered just a patterned front for the top panel--I was almost out of that pattern and didn't want to waste what I had left! I stitched close to the edge to leave plenty of room for the inserted card.
Okay, I have to admit that I really wanted to put a glittery BELL on there! But in keeping with "Easy-to-Mail," I went for a thinner alternative. I used the little ornament from Love Lives Here: Holiday stamped in Pure Poppy ink, then trimmed it closely and added Prisma Glitter to the center of the heart.
For the inside I used a sentiment from Christmas Poinsettia, as well as the greenery and berries from Love Lives Here: Holiday. There we have it--another Easy-to-Make, Easy-to-Mail card. I don't know about you, but I still have a LOT to do in the next month!
P.S. Almost forgot--the patterned paper on the front flap is from the My Mind's Eye 12 Days of Christmas 6" x 6" pad.