How to Create a Pocket Art Card Tri-Fold Book
Plan, Document & Art-it-Up!
Have you heard about The Documented Life Project™? The project started in 2014 and featured weekly artsy inspired prompts brought to you by the ladies of Art to the 5th™. The response was overwhelming and in 2015 DLP The Journal was launched, introducing thousands to a year's worth of art journaling ideas and inspiration. Enter 2016, where the shift moved back to the planner only this time with a whole new twist.
This time of year I begin thinking about getting more organized and thinking about the planner I want to use in the new year. I always start off the year golden and then drop off a bit as the months move forward toward summer. Sound familiar? Well, the unPlanner™ is so much more than a planner and It is not too late to JOIN and with all this year's inspiration there is plenty to keep you busy and motivated today and well into the new year!
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My Take on the Pocket Art Card
The PAC prompt is stitching, which is super easy and fun because I LOVE to stitch on just about everything. I am often asked if I use a special needle when stitching on paper and the answer is, "No, I just use an all purpose needle."
My single card turned into three cards as I fashioned them into a little tri-fold book to document my anniversary day. I went a bit overboard with all the layering, but I had fun with it and hope you will as well. I've also included something special for you: a FREE set of downloadable collage sheets much like the ones I used in the video. Sign-up to get your set. (See below the video.)
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I hope you enjoyed the tutorial!
So what should you do next?
Have a blessed day!