4 Sheet Challenge Saint Patrick’s Day Loaded Pocket with Video

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Hello friends and Authentique Paper fans! Ginny back with the March version of my 4 sheet challenge. I’m taking 4 sheets from each month of the Calendar collection and creating fun and festive projects perfect for the season.

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For March I chose to create a loaded pocket for St Patrick’s Day.

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I had so much fun adding all the paper patterns and vintage images.

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I’ve also layered on coordinating trims and embellishments.

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Folded inserts and tags tucked inside the pocket can be covered with pictures and journaling for a fun nontraditional scrapbook. What a great way to document the season.

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This generously sized pocket is covered inside and out for a nice finished look. There’s a little extra room inside for additional flat keepsake or mementos.
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This large folded insert has a pocket, tag, and a die cut photo frame with tuck spot.

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The cut apart sheet has loads of layering option like seasonal sentiments, and stamps. I’ve also added a matching clip, clothespin, die cut shamrock and twine.

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This smaller insert has an image from the cut apart sheet. Why not take advantage of a built in border? Those little shamrocks are super cute!

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Another tuck spot and die cut frame inside is the perfect place to add pictures or write in your families favorite memories.

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Please join me for this project share…….

 

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Wishing everyone a happy and productive day : ) G

One response »

  1. Adorable! I love what you have done with the papers! As always, you create the most interesting projects.

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