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Do you like pockets? They are always so handy to tuck things into! So how about finding ways to use them this week in your designs? You can make your own pocket for the front of a design or layout, make a pocket card...anything you can think of! Just add a pocket! I hope you enjoy the challenge...feel free to make as many designs as you wish...you can even incorporated this challenge with other ones all week.
Please remember to put WT130 in your keywords section and post a link back here so that we can all see your designs! If you have a pocket design you've already made that you'd like to share, please limit it to one and make sure you create something new as well. We want to get you creating lots of new things!
If you have any tips to share with us, feel free to share them on this thread.
Just thought I'd add... their was a fabulous tutorial for Michelle's criss cross pocket design yesterday...you might want to take a look at that! Also...don't forget about creating mini pockets for the front of your design or the Pockets and Pieces set from SU.
Location: My very hot stamp room, in Phoenix! It's a dry heat.
Baby girl announcement
I got a little head start on today's challenge, as I am just now working on a birth announcment for the newest addition to our family, coming in November. It has a pocket as part of the design. Please take a look and tell me what you think!
Great Challenge, Julia! I made this last month, but never uploaded it! I thought it would be perfect for today's challenge. I will come up with something else today as well! Here is mine: THANK YOU GIFT CARD HOLDER Thanks for looking!!!
Today's challenge reminded of a long forgotten poem that one of my daughters loved (say read it to me everyday!)
Lucy Locket lost her pocket
Kitty Fisher found it.
Nothing in it, nothing in it
But the binding round it!
I can see from the gallery submissions Kitty Fisher would have been much luckier finding something from this challenge.