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Paper Wallets
This project was designed by Jacki Jones
This material by Jacki Jones and is intended for personal use only .
You may not copy any or part of this page without written permission.   
January 2006 ~ This project was originally created as a way to present
school photos of the kids to Grandma for Mother's day. I have five
children so I made six pockets and six tags.  The first pocket was for
the greeting. There are many possibilities and variations.  One such
variation can be seen in PaperWorks Magazine on news stands now!
More examples
are at the bottom of the next page and in my gallery.
Supplies:
decorative paper 4 x 12 inches
6 coin envelopes*
6 tags 1 7/8 x 4 1/2 ( to fit your envelopes)
strong double stick adhesive ( I use red liner tape)
ribbon 12 inches 1/8 inch wide
Six 6 inch strips
wallet size photos 6-12
1 sheet coordinating patterned paper
2 coordinating buttons
3 pop-dots
string or embroidery floss and
2-4 small beads to embellish closure
Tools:
paper trimmer
scoring attachment or bone folder
ruler
scissor
pencil
corner punch
Double stick tape runner
Making the purse shaped paper wallet
Outside
Glue wrong sides of cardstock and printed paper together with a permanent double stick
tape or spray adhesive.  
Score  your 4 1/2 x 12 inch piece of cardstock so that you have two 4  inch sections and
one 2 inch section.  Make one more score 1/8 inch above the last line.   Fold  score lines.
Fold bottom  flap up
and top flap down
creating  a tri-fold.
Measure and mark of an inch from each side. Using 12 inch ruler, draw diagonal line from
that mark to bottom fold on both sides. Cut along those lines using paper trimmer. Finish
cutting thru layers with scissor. Round corners on top flap. (stamp now to decorate)
Cut a notch in the 1/8 inch section for handle.  Using 12 inches of 1/8 inch wide ribbon and
double stick tape attach ribbon thru the notches and adhere inside.  Hide with a scrap of the
cardstock.  
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This material Jacki Jones and is intended for personal use only .
You may not copy any or part of this page without written permission.   


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