Money Wallet Card

Hi everyone ๐Ÿ™‚

I just thought that I would pop next’s weeks post up now as I’m off on a little cruise with my mum and sister this week…… sunshine, sea and relaxation …I can’t wait ๐Ÿ™‚

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So here it is. This is a money wallet card that I made in my last card class, and it went down a real treat and it’s very ease to make.

Here are the measurements, instructions and video:

Card:

Card Stock: 7, x 8-15/16โ€™ White Daisy 1385

Score on the 8-15/16โ€™ side @ 3โ€™ & 6โ€™

Matting panel: 2-3/4โ€™ x 6-3/4โ€™ Pacifica X5759, ย 1-1/4′ x 5-1/2′ in Pacifica C5759

Paper panel: 2-1/2โ€™ x 6-1/2โ€™ย Some Kinda Wonderful X7217B

Front panel: 1′ x 5-1/4‘ in White Daisy 1385

Thin Cut: Happy Birthday Z3304

Stamp set: Birthday Sparkles B1537

Ink: Pacifica Z2892

  1. Burnish and fold all the score lines.
  2. On the 8-15/16โ€™ side, on the 3rd (2-15/16โ€™ panel), measure in 2โ€™ and make a small mark.
  3. Turn to the 7โ€™ side on the same panel and measure in 2โ€™, and make a small mark.
  4. Place this panel into your trimmer, so that both the marks are in the cutting groove, and cut this section away.
  5. Add adhesive to the opposite end to the cut away section (as shown in the cutting Diagram) and fold up to form a pocket for the money to sit in.
  6. Attach the paper to the matting panel, and place onto the front of the card.
  7. Cut out the happy birthday thin cut, and place onto the front of the card.
  8. Stamp a greeting inside the card.

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Here is the scoring and cutting guide.

Just to let you know that all thin cuts and thin cut bundles have 25% off in the month of March only. So jump over to you nearestย consultant to have a look and maybe purchase some for your self.

I hope that you like this project and give it a go, so till I come home,

keep on creating and bye for now ๐Ÿ™‚

Colleen V

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