Sunday, February 24, 2013

VIDEO: Madison Ave & Sycamore Street Petite Pocket

I designed this Petite Pocket project as a make and take for our demonstrator group meeting earlier this month. The Petite Pocket is one of my favorite dies! The pocket can be used as a gift card holder or to hold a special note or treat. Click here to see more Petite Pocket Projects.

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Check out this quick video to learn how to make this project:


I {heart} the Petite Pocket Die! There's so much you can do with it! Click here to view other Petite Pocket projects on my blog. 
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13 comments:

paula said...

I find inspiration by looking at card layouts and see what I can create with supplies that I have on hand.

Lauren Y. said...

My insipiration come from blogs, lots of them!!!
Spent hours in the morning looking at other people's great work make a great start of my day!

melanie papciak said...

Of coarse I find inspiration from your blog but I also look to my scrap pile for help. I hate throwing away pieces of card stock so I always try to use!!

Have a great day!!

Melanie

Nancy B. said...

Well, if I were ever to get inspired it would probably come from blogs like yours. :-) I also get motivated after attending classes and events where we create things. Too bad that motivation doesn't last. :-(

Barbara Axmacher said...

I find inspiration from blogs like yours and Pinterest. I am working on being able to take an idea and adapt it to the products I already have.

Plant Land said...

I find inspiration for blog's! It is the best way to get inspired for me. I always get different ideas of cards to make with stamp sets that I have at home!
Michelle G.

Katie said...

I find my inspiration from pintrest and a good google search :)

June Ferguson said...

I find inspiration everywhere! But, mainly from the wonderful stampers who freely share their clever ideas on their blogs! :-)
June in KS

Anonymous said...

Hi Julie, I find inspiration from blogs such as yours. I'm addicted to Pinterest also. Thanks! Karen D.

Susan Wohlfert said...

I find inspiration form you blog of course and I like looking at books and magazines. Today I bought a box of tissues that had an adorable owl, flowers and the colors very cool. I'll use that to come up with something of my own for scrapbook pages.

Kristine said...

Honestly, I find inspiration looking at colors in clothing or lines in ads of magazines, I find inspiration in the SU Idea Book and Catalog...and I find inspiration from Pinterest and blogs. Once you start thinking stamping all of the time, you can find inspiration ANYWHERE!!!

Susan G said...

Lately all I've been able to do is to CASE someone else. I do try to use a different stamp set if I don't have the one that's shown. Sometimes I just like to wing it and come up with something out of the blue.

Amyd said...

I find insipiration on Splitcoast Stampers and blogs like yours! Love the petiite pocket you made.