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Tutorial: Treat Pockets

Posted on: April 17, 2017

I made these fun little treat pockets for a tag-making party early in December. They were a big hit! Here are the measurements and instructions so you can create your own!

(Note: If you prefer video tutorials, click here! If you prefer written tutorials, read on!)

Start with a 4.5” x 4.5” piece of Designer Series Paper. (The DSP stacks are great for this!)

Using your envelope punch board, punch and score at 2”
Rotate 90 degrees; punch and score at 2.5”
Rotate 90 degrees; punch and score at 2”
Rotate 90 degrees; punch and score at 2.5”
Round all corners

Assemble by folding in three corners and attaching with double-sided tape. Decorate as desired!

I folded in two long sides and one short side to make a tall pocket, but you could also fold in the two short sides and one long side to make it look more like a traditional envelope.

Have fun!

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