Here is a card I made when writing the tutorial for the Criss Cross card for SCS. Michelle Wooderson came up with this fun pocket card.

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Those cards are easy and fun and a great way to show of gorgeous paper. You can find step by step instructions on splitcoast. Here is the recipe:

Stamps: In the Spotlight, Season of Joy, All in a Row

Ink: River Rock, Always Artichoke, Real Red

Paper: Old Olive, Real Red, Very Vanilla and Always Artichoke cardstock, Dashing Designer paper

Acc.: Jumbo Brass Eyelet, scallop circle punch, corner rounder, snow blossom punch, round tab punch, vinage brads, Beachfront Ribbon Originals

Click on more if you want to see the card inserted in the pocket fold.

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Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

26 Responses to “Criss Cross card tutorial”

  1. This is fabulous! Love the papers and the ribbon and hardware! You have such an eye for details!

  2. LOVE IT! I think I may have to use that idea for our Christmas card. Our family picture on the insert would be perfect. Thanks for your inspiration!

  3. I love this, it is so neat…I’m going to have to try it myself!

  4. I love this card. And the colors make me want to start my Christmas cards even. It’s another beauty, Beate!

  5. Oooh Very Pretty!! 😉

  6. I MUST give this a go, I love this sort of thing! Thanks Beate for the great share! Beautiful card set! Deb

  7. Beautiful card Beate…I love the use of the designer paper and the beautiful ribbon! Just perfect!!bvg

  8. COOOOOOOOL card!!! I HAVE to do this one. TFS.

  9. What a great card! I’m lovin’ it! I think I’ll have to use it for my Christmas cards as well. TFS!

  10. tanks for this .. I see the tutorial on Splitcoastampers.thanks for share it for us
    Ciao from Italy
    Erre54

  11. Another stunning creation – your blog entries always make me want to try things out – keeps life interesting. Hope things work out for you all – unsettling times

  12. Enabled yet again Beate! Only thank goodness this time you’re enabling me to use supplies I already have!

  13. What a great card, Beate! I think I’m definitely going to try this one!

  14. This is just stunning! I do have a question though, if you’re able to actually get back to me. I was wondering if the Dashing paper has Old Olive in it? In our catalog it doesn’t look like it does. If I had to guess, I’d say it looks like River Rock, Mellow Moss and Always Artichoke. Your sample definitely looks Olive though and makes me want to get this paper!!! TFS

  15. This card is truly beyond gorgeous. I can’t wait to get some of that dp.

  16. Oh I just LOVE this! I can’t wait to try one of these! LOVE your choice of stamps and papers!

  17. Love this for a Christmas card, Beate!

  18. Fabulous card. The colors are beautiful. I am going to have to give this one a try :)

  19. Oh my word! How did I not notice this before?! I think I had a totally different imagination of the function … thanks for setting me straight! Which means, of course, that I MUST try your toot very soon! (No … I am NOT surprised!)

    (((PITA about SA, sweet lady!))))
    Can hardly wait to see you again!
    ~Tex

  20. The card is so beautiful and attractive to show what you made envelope. I love it

  21. Sooo cute! I’ve made a few of these and love your punch tab idea! Thanks for sharing!

  22. This is GORGEOUS!! I’m so going to have to make one of these! :)

  23. What adhesive did you use at the bottom of the card to create the pocket? This is lovely. Thank you for putting it on your blog!

    Murray

  24. Beate, this tutorial is FANTASTIC! I had so much making this card. You can see my creation on my blog at http://papercraftgallery.blogspot.com/2007/09/criss-cross-card.html

    Thanks for the inspiration!

  25. Wow, that card is amazing. I love it!! Thanks for writing the detailed tutorial for this card. Can’t wait to make some….

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