Everyone really enjoyed class this week - the "12 Pocket Card Organizer". We used 6 sheets of Stampin' Up! designer Series paper to make the 12 pockets, and used the white chipboard/cardboard that comes in the DSP package for the front and back covers. Then the fun part... we used my Bind It All to bind all the pocket pages together! Each pocket has a month of the year on it and you can use it to track birthdays and anniversaries of family and friends. Then you tuck cards in the pockets when you find a perfect card for that person!
I made the title on Photoshop, and everyone added it to their cover.
The calendar months can be found on splitcoast HERE.
For the pocket pages, score your 12x12 at 4" then FLIP IT and score it at 6". Fold the 4" pocket up and then fold it in 1/2 at the 6" mark. It is similar to this tutorial on SCS.
above and below: Afternoon Tea DSP
above and below: Spring Break DSP
below: Porcelain Prints DSP
below: Summer Picnic DSP
above and below: Bali Breeze DSP
below: Ginger Blossom DSP
Hope you enjoyed those great projects everyone made!
For more info on the BIND IT ALL, click HERE.
Thank you to Sandi L. for the idea!
These make great gifts... give the recipient a few cards to get them started! :)
EDITED TO ADD:
Thank you to Tammy for asking about the coil size.. I meant to add that information and forgot!
As you can see by this photo:
The coil looks HUGE on the bound 12 pocket project (left), but when you get cards in the pockets (right), you can see why you use a large coil! We used the 1" coils, but you could even use a larger one!!