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September 25, 2012

Pocket Acorn to Cider Pouch

 
What do you think so far of those fabulous projects using the Pocket Acorn?  It's always interesting seeing how each design team members comes up with a different Creative Take using the same template.
 
If you're just joining the Pocket Acorn blog hop you can start here and continue viewing the projects going forward by selecting the button at the bottom.  You're also free to view that awesome sample of Ruth Trice's  giant Pocket Strawberry.
 
I've taken a different approach using this Pocket Acorn for a fall cider pouch holder. 
 
The Orchard Harvest DSP was the perfect choice for the acorn cap and cherry cobbler to supply an even richer color for the fall.
 
 
For the teapot, I clipped one of the apples from the left over DSP and peices of the teapot from the "From My Heart" stamp set.  Dimensions to lift the banner and the teapot adds extra dimension.
 
 
Here's a glimpse of the inner pocket with a cider packet and some cinnamon sticks tied up with ribbon.
 
 
 
I hope you've enjoyed my Creative Take on the Pocket Acorn from the Septemeber issue, Autumn Amidst of the Paper Crafters Sampler.  Now, hop on over to Lisa Hensley site and check out her festive project.
 
 
 
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September 18, 2012

Pocket Pumpkin


Sharing an alternative for using the Pocket Acorn from the Autumn Amidst issue of the Sampler.
 
The Chex and Cheez-It is a healthy alternative to using candy.  Pour your treats into a clear envelope and seal.  What could be easier?

 
Here the cap to the acorn is removed.  The base of the pocket has an additional as an alternative to using the self-sealing clear envelopes.

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Here's a close-up of the inner box with the acorn cap removed.


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September 10, 2012

Autumn Amidst ~ Sept. 2012 PCS


 
The Fall issue of the Paper Crafters Sampler is all about Autumn.  This month's Sampler highlights the rich, earthy colors of the upcoming fall landscape.
 
The Autumn Amidst September 2012 Sampler projects includ beautifully colored cards, fall centerpiece and table setting accessories in addition to an natural family frame photo project.
 
This must exclusive template is the 'Pocket Acorn'.  The template was designed to be used for several upcoming holiday projects.  Stuff treats inside for adults, children or simply use it to decorate your home.
 
Here's a few sneak peak of my project:
 
 
 


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