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October 9, 2007

Double Pocket Bag for 3"x3" Cards

I decided to to a little altering of the Double Pocket Pouch directions found here, and made it smaller to fit 3"x3" cards and envies.

9” X 9” piece of DSP
Sticky Strip
Horizontal Punch

  • Score your card stock at 1” and 8”
  • Fold on your score lines and adhere with SNAIL
  • Score at 2 ¾” and 6 1/4"
  • Fold on score lines
  • Fold the sides in and adhere down with SNAIL adhesive
  • Score at 3 ½”, 3 ¾” and 3 ¼"
  • Your center score (3 ½”) will be folded in towards the center of the bag
  • Add a small piece of sticky strip in the center of your bag. Press the two sides together
  • Use the horizontal punch to make holes in the top of your bag to thread your ribbons through. Once the ribbon in threaded – secure with brads.
  • Add Round Tab Punch if desired - I also added Faux Brads


Dawn Easton said...

Oh Lisa! Thanks so much for sharing this! I love it! Made the bigger bag but this would be perfect for a hostess gift. I have a SAS at a teachers house next week and this will be awesome to give her! I will try and work on it today or tomorrow and let ya know when I'm done!

Sherry said...

Lisa this is Absolutely Gorgeous! Love the paper you used!! I am having lunch with two very dear friends and will need to make 2 of them! Thanks so much for sharing this with us!!

Tricia said...

Oh, what a good idea! I wanted to make a set of these for my nieces for Christmas!!

Anonymous said...

Awesome job! Love that you made the double bag into a container for 3x3 cards!

rozie640 said...

Wow, this is adorable, can't wait to give this a try. Thanks for the directions!!!

Jenn D said...

I can't wait to try it out. Thanks for figuring out smaller dimensions. Your bag is just wonderful. Very creative.


Tammy Gray said...

This turned out so beautiful! TFS!

Dawn Easton said...

OK! I finally got this done today!!! It was VERY easy to follow...thanks for sharing your instructions! I've posted mine on my blog.

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