Pocket card with opening on right. Thanks Bethie, for having this swap!!
edited to add directions:
Cut cardstock 8.5" x 6.5". Score along 8.5" at 4.25" (in half) and 1/2" in on each side of the 6.5" sides.
Fold along all score lines. Cut away the 1/2" margins from each side of the 4.25" fold. (looking at the photo, the 4.25" fold is on the left side. The 1/2" flaps are on the card front only, not the card back). Along the side WITH the 1/2" margins/flaps, chop off 1" (the section cut away will measure 1" x 6.5"). This is the card front. Use sticky tape along the 1/2" margins and adhere to the card back. You have now formed a pocket.
Now, prior to creating the pocket while the cardstock was still flat I punched 1/3 of the 1-1/4" circle punch to create a spot to house the circle pull out that is featured on the white insert. Hope these are clear and thank you ~
Also, this card design was inspired from the wonderful book Pockets, Pullouts, and Hiding Places by Jenn Mason, and the card colors are inspired from the March 2006 Stampin' Success.
Date: Friday, February 24, 2006 GMT Views: 14190
Stamps: Unfrogettable, Little Pieces
Paper: real red, old olive, tempting turquoise, whisper white
Ink: basic black & old olive classic pads
Accessories: 1-1/4" and 1/2" circle punches; 1/16" hole punch, silver brad; staple and stapler; turquoise grosgrain and red gingham ribbons; pop-up glue dots; sticky tape; scissors to distress cardstock edges; Aquapainter.