Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Pocket Tags

The May technique challenge at my NZ forum is to make a Pocket Card.  I struggled a little... did some Googling and visiting You Tube and Pinterest.    And then ended up doing something very simple.

I also made one for my friend Suna for her swap as she is away for 6 weeks. 





I started with a tall tag by Prima which I scored and folded.  I then took a Pretty Pink Posh die and another tag and made a little tag.  I stamped the Kaisercraft sentiment and clear embossed it.  I trimmed a rose from one of the tag and added it to the smaller tag on my pink pocket tag and for my brown tag, I die cut a Memory Box butterfly.  I took some heavy weight black card and traced around a stand I have to make a stand for the tags to sit on.    They have been sent off to their recipients. 

On Friday 22nd I will have spend 20 years working at the Inland Revenue office in Takapuna and today my manager, Anna, provided a couple of cakes... one Carrot Cake and one Lemon Maderia, to celebrate.  She made a nice speech and gave me a lovely card.  Tomorrow my current work area and I are going out for lunch.  I can't believe where the last 20 years has gone!  Scary stuff.

Thanks for stopping by.

5 comments:

Maxine D said...

Congratulations on your anniversary Dawn.
Wonderful pocket tags - so striking and very elegant.
Blessings
Maxine

Betty Keefe said...

wow - these are fantastic Dawn - love them all!! and such a great technique and you aced it!!

Shawna Standish said...

i just adore all these tags.. The lovely images below the tags and the stitched edges are just !! I love them thank you so much for sharing...

Greta said...

These are so sweet, Dawn! I just completed 20 years with this company in March--can't believe it's been that long! Hope you had a nice celebration.

Monika Reeck said...

wow you are so busy making lovely cards and tags I nearly so behind to commenting all
these are amazing love that tiny butterfly on the brown one and sweet rose on the pink one
amazing stitched edges DIE
love it..hugs, Monika