Thursday, December 6, 2012

Apron Card Thank You

Hi everyone, this is another project that has been keeping me busy but having fun at the same time.  The P&C of our school wanted to say thank you to the ladies that work in our school tuckshop and asked me to make a card for them.  I thought this was the perfect opportunity to have a go at an apron card.  I have used the tutorial that is here at Whiff of Joy.

I had just bought a pack of Stampin Up (SU) Twitterpated design paper and thought it was perfect for aprons.  The green apron I have used papers from the Stampin Up Designer Series range.  The base of the card is SU Wild Wasbi.  Oh yes, I used my SU Simply Scored tool again for all the folds on these cards.  We added a couple of chocolates to the inside pockets.

These little concertina pockets are such fun to make and wonderfully easy.  I will keep them in mind for other cards I do in the future when I just need a little something extra when giving them to people.

I decided to make little Thank You pennants to add to each of the pockets.

That is me for today, thanks for visiting.


  1. These are wonderful Merry,I love the colours
    Kevin xx

  2. Helo again- I like this form of a card- it is so beautiful and you made something great out of it!
    Best wishes

  3. These are lovely. Cute and yet functional too. I'm sure the ladies will love them.

  4. This is just beautifully designed. Gorgeous colour combo and lovely little finishing touches. A wonderful idea.
    Hugs Desíre {Doing Life - my personal blog}

  5. Wow these are great, super idea, love the pocket for chocs : )

  6. Merry this is delightful.Off to check the tutorial

    Dr Sonia

  7. Just super, brilliant, creative... love the papers and the concertina folds are awesome. The recepients will be thrilled. I must remember to get out of my comfort zone and give this a try.


  8. These are great Merry. We also made them at the Craft Mad Meetup. Good idea to pop the chockies in the pocket.

  9. OH WOW Those are gorgeous! I love this idea, great work Merry, you're so creative and brave with trying new card ideas!

  10. How cute! I must make. My niece is getting married this next weekend and these would be perfect to go with the cookbook I planned to give her! I'm heading over there now! :)


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