Saturday, January 22, 2011

Hi There Friend Pocket Card



Hello Everyone,

Thanks for stopping by.  I have another post for you, but first I want to give a shout out to  Amy at Love to Crop.  We chatted through email. It was fun.  Have fun at your scrap booking party.

Yes indeed another pocket card.  Remember what I said I love pocket cards, making them, and finding new ways of make them. With this pocket I made it a few weeks ago when we worked with the Pagoda cartridge for the MAG challenge, but I could not use it because I used another cartridge.  Here it is.

I have since discovered a new way of making a pocket card,  and I love it.  At a later time I will share it with you and the source from whence it came (lol). I hope you enjoy looking at my ever growing mountain of pocket cards.  Comments are welcome.  Enjoy and GOD Bless.  I am entering this card into the following challenges:

Paper Play Challenge # 11 Back to Black
Paper Cutz Challenge #75-Its your choice (Any color or theme, LO, card or project)

Recipe:

Card Stock (Recollections)
EK Success Border Punch (Scallop Scallops)
Eyelets (Flower)
Foam Squares (3-D)
Martha Stewart Punch (Foliage)
Paper Trey Ink (Stamp)
Stampin Up Punch

Card Size:  5 x 7

30 comments:

  1. This is awesome. I love the panda!

    Georgiana

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  2. I love the panda, too! I don't have Pagoda, but I think I might have to invest... As always, your card is just beautiful!

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  3. Wow, Gloria! As a friend of mine would say, U SMOKED this!!!!!!

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  4. This is so pretty!!! Love the b/w theme and the panda holding the leaves. Great job! :-)

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  5. Wow this is pretty- I love this cartridge thanks for coming over to my blog. maybe my pagoda design got you thinking about using that cartridge. I always enjoy your positive comments.
    I might try another challenge I have only been in one and one hop. It is so exciting seeing the creativity. I've never done a pocket card.

    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com/

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  6. so cute i love your pocket cards.love the background so cute.tfs

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  7. Cute,cute,cute!!! I just love that panda cut and plan on using it for a layout of a trip to the San Diego zoo. Love how you've used it to put in a pocket card. Thanks for sharing it with us at Paper Cutz.

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  8. You are so very talented!! Love this card and would love to try a pocket card...I put in on my list of must try's. Thanks for sharing!!

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  9. I Need to start making these! Yours have been coming out soooo pretty and cute! :o)
    Theresa

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  10. Hey Gloria!

    Super cute Panada card! :)

    I wanted to say Thanks again for blogger award. When you have the chance...check it out. I promised...I didn't make any "Oscar" speeches. ;) lol

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  11. Wow I love your card. Panda's are so cute. Do you have a description on how to make them?

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  12. Have I told you that Pagoda is one of my favorite carts?! LOL!! Anyway, I love this Panda pocket card that you made. Love what you are doing with the Pagoda cart! I think the Far East DCWV stack is a nice accent for this cart as well!

    TFS!!

    Nicole

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  13. Very Cute panda card.LOVE it sooo much!

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  14. I really am loving your pocket cards, that panda is so cute! I have to learn how to make pocket cards! Love it, TFS!!

    Hugs,
    Diana

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  15. This is beautiful! I love the black and white and the latice cut! SO CUTE!

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  16. I love this card!! You always come up with the greatest cards!! Thanks so much for sharing.
    hugs,jen

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  17. This is so super cute! I love the panda!!!!
    Hugs,
    Raven

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  18. This is absolutely adorable!!!

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  19. Simply just adorable, panda's are just so cute =)

    Hugs from Lilli =)
    l.a.nikolaisen at gmail dot com
    www.crazycardmaker.blogspot.com

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  20. Great Card! Thanks for joining in with our "Back to Black" challenge at Paper Play.
    Alicia xx

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  21. You did a great job! TFS...I am going o try making a pocket card.

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  22. Nice card! Who wouldn't love finding this in their mailbox!!?? Oh, how I wish I had a cartridge with a panda...I guess I'll have to try to create one myself...wish me luck!! :-) I think this is the first time I've seen one of these pocket cards...very cool! TFS!

    ~Sharon C.

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