Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Elf Pocket Card

Hi everyone, it's Taylor here today with a cute holiday project to share.  I adore the Elf on the Shelf tradition, and so do both of my kids.  My six year old looks forward to "Elfie" (great name, huh - she picked it when she was three!) coming all year and this year my 18 month old is obsessed with waving to him.  It is SO sweet.  With that said, let's get to my project for today:


I decided to make a pocket full of gift tags.  I started with my main image, and put him on the outside of my library pocket die cut from Creative Cuts and More.


The insert card has a different image on it.  I embossed both the pocket front and the insert card; the insert card I used the debossed side as the front for a little bit of fun. 


Both elves are colored with Copics and have flock on their collars, hats, and gloves.  I couldn't resist adding a bit of softness!


I tied twine around my insert card (and the gift tags as well) and will eventually add a plain cream card stock piece with a note to the recipient.  I'm just not sure who is going to get these sweet tags yet!  

Supplies: 
Stamps: Elf on the Shelf - Nocs, Elf on the Shelf - My Regrets (Amber Ink)
Card Stock: Kraft, Cream (Bazzill), White (Neenah)
Ink: printer
Coloring Medium: Copics (R27, R29, E37, E35, E33, E11, E00, E000, C00, C2, C5, C7, C9)
Accessories: Marachino and Pea Pod twine (The Twinery)
Tools: Library Pocket #02 die cut (Creative Cuts and More)


3 comments:

Dawnll - Dawn's Craft Place said...

Taylor this cute as can be-love the "Elfie"

NoraAnne said...

This is SO adorable, I love the library pocket, perfect to hold all your tags.
We just started Elf on the Shelf this year, it's so much fun and I need to have these stamps!

Kristine Reynolds said...

So cute!