Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Pretty Petaloo Pocket

Hello, everyone!  It's so nice to have you stop by today.  I'm sharing a sweet little pocket card I made for CropStop to showcase some more of the GORGEOUS Petaloo Sugared Berries they carry.  I absolutely adore these sweet accents.  Each package comes with three berry bundles tied with jute.  This is just one bundle that I used on this project.  Aren't they sweet?
Once I had created my pocket, I added a half doily, some words using a Doodlebug rub-on ("for") and PTI die-cut ("you"), a little Crate Paper tag, and then the GORGEOUS bow using some navy blue tulle, Blueberry Baker's Twine, and lovely Petaloo Sugared Berries in Red, tied with Natural Burlap String. To the top right, I also added a sweet little  Tim Holtz Paper Clip to give my project a feminine touch.

These sweet little pockets are very easy to create, and are a great way to make something special when giving a small gift.  CropStop has everything you could possibly want to help make your cards and projects look amazing.  I hope you will stop by to check out all the wonderful products carried at CropStop, and then play along in the current challenge.  Our new challenge starts tomorrow!

I'm sharing this project in the following challenges:
Stamp & Create Challenge - June/Summer Fun - Nothing says Summer to me like flowers!

Little Scrap Pieces - Show It Off Saturday Linky Party - Anything Goes

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. C'est tellement joli Karen, quel charme vintage, biz

  2. What a sweet pocket card! Love it!

  3. This is gorgeous Karen - love those berries too :-)

  4. Simply Lovely! Have a Creative Day! :)

    Scrappers Anonymous

  5. Hey Karen. I tried to leave a comment over on this post at the CropStop but my comment didn't get posted. Unfortunately, the majority of comments I try to leave on wordpress blogs don't get published. Haven't figured out why yet. Anyway... so if I make a card using my cutter that uses a Fiskars blade, would that count? ;) Or if I made a card with a punch or die cut that might be carried, would that work? Unfortunately after a look through the store, the only think I have is the Fiskars blades. I'm assuming most of these items are American and while we can get some up here in Canada where I live, we don't get many. :( Maybe in the future. Thanks for the invite regardless.

    P.S. Lovely creation.


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