The Love Pocket...

Here's a great project that I did for my Hostess Club back in November. I made up all of my left-over kits and these sold really well at a Christmas craft fair. It went over so well, that I modified it from a Christmas theme, to a Love theme for a Winger Design Team project in January. The title for this little lovely? The Love Pocket. Sounds a little, ummmm, different?! Anyway, the premise behind this project is Five Things I Love About You.


1. Sweet Sayings (T-2221)
2. Running Stitches (T-2610) [straight stitch]
3. Spring Dream (TC-2688) [small flourish]
4. Love Doodles (T-2709)
5. Mini Occasions (TA-2754) [heart image]
6. Happy Celebration (TB-2728) [heart image]
7. Petunia Bazzill (8-1/2”x5-1/2”)
8. Sweetheart or Juneberry Bazzill (3 strips of 1-1/2”x4-1/4”)
9. black cardstock (2 strips of 1-1/2”x4-1/4”)
10. white Ultrasmooth (5 strips of 1-1/4”x4” and enough for 5 round tabs)
11. Uptown Girl paper (4”x4”)
12. Noir, Bordeaux, & Claret Palette pads
13. pink or black ribbon (18” plus 4” scrap)
14. silver eyelets (2 @ 3/16”)
15. White Floral & White Bitty Blossom (1 each)
16. Bubblegum Button (large polka dot one)
17. 2-1/2” circle punch, Round Tab punch, Crop-O-Dile, bone folder, sponge

The Christmas themed one had tags created from the Ornamental Snowflakes, Snowy Swirls & Be stamp sets that read: be festive, be extraordinary, be jolly, be joyful, be enchanted. Cute, huh?
What do you think?


Jewels said...

I love those pockets, Barb! Reminds me of your heart pocket wall hanging that I got at the prop swap at Round Up!

I LOVE your stuff!

Angela K said...

These are really great Barb!

shannon said...

Very cute, Barb! I do love your work! :)

AmethystCat said...

This is adorable, Barb! love it!

Melisa Waldorf said...

Love it! Thanks so much for searching your archives and sharing!!

Anonymous said...

Great idea! I could see using this for Thanksgiving too.

Anonymous said...

Really cute idea Barb!! I will have to stamp lift it. Blessings, rita k

Bridgett Owens said...

Oh now that is just too cute! I love that idea and instantly can think of several times I could use this! TFS!