Seed Packet Holder
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Seed Packet Holder

For that special gardener in your life, an attractive way to keep in touch and let them know you are thinking of them...design this seed packet holder using the beautiful Botanical Asperula stamp.

Designed by Debi Hammons, courtesy of Stampendous®.

Craft Time: 30 minutes
Uses Recycled Items: No
 
 
 
 
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Material List

  • Stampendous Stamp –Botanical Asperula
  • Tsukineko® VersaFine™ Ink – Onyx Black
  • Bazzill® Basics Cardstock – Parakeet and Pansy
  • Recollections® Cardstock – White
  • Recollections™ Brads – Crystal
  • Beacon Adhesives Zip Dry Paper Glue
  • Dimensional Foam Adhesive
  • Hole Punch, 1/6"
  • Scissors (or Paper Trimmer)
  • Ruler
 

Project Instructions

Cut a 9½"x8½" panel of Parakeet cardstock.

Score in half at 4¼".

Turn 90° and score at 5½". The panel is now scored to create four sections.

With the smooth side (inside of card) face up on table and the 8½" side across the top, remove the lower left section by cutting on the score lines.

Fold the lower right panel upward toward the inside of the card.

Cut this pocket panel at an angle, as shown in photo.

Cut a ¼"x6" strip of Pansy cardstock and glue to the top edge of the pocket panel.

Trim off edges even with edges of card and inner score line.

Punch a 1/16" hole on the upper right corner of pocket panel and add a brad.

Glue only the right edges together to form a pocket inside card.

Stamp Botanical Asperula on a 3"x4½" white cardstock panel in black ink.

Color flowers as desired.

Glue stamped panel to 3-5/8"x4¾" Pansy cardstock panel, leaving 1/8" on the top and left side.

Punch 3-1/16" holes in Pansy panel on bottom right side.

Add brads.

Glue layered panels to front of card with dimensional adhesive foam.

Tips

To simplify this card, cut the pocket straight across.