Wednesday, January 09, 2013

{ Samantha Walker January Creative Team Blog Hop! }

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I created this Artisan Pocket Folder to keep me organized.
 
Artisan folder by Daniela Dobson

After I cut my original file I used Internal Offset to create the pink layer.

Step 1 by Daniela Dobson

For the snowflake, I removed the middle part and cut it separately from pink cardstock.

Step 2 by Daniela Dobson

The tag is from 12 piece tag set that I outlined with a Silhouette pen first and the used Offset and cut the outside edge.

Step 3 by Daniela Dobson

I added some white paint splatters to the front with some tags and washi tape.

Step 4 by Daniela Dobson

For the inside, I added my blog planner, calendar and some blank paper for notes.

Artisan folder open by Daniela Dobson

Here is a close up of the left side.
 
Arisan folder left by Daniela Dobson
 
Right side.
 
Artisan folder right by Daniela Dobson
 
For this project, I used Samantha's Silhouette cuts:

 
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37 comments:

Jamie Lane [Cripps] said...

Ohhh, I always love to see how others organize! Love your idea...and such a pretty way to keep all those to-do's!

Chrissy (thescrapgirl) said...

Great project!!!

Suzanna Lee said...

Beautiful! It's such a simple thing but the white snow splatter really livens things up.

Maya Oren-Dahan said...

What a cute project! Love how you did the label!

Carolyn King said...

Great project! Love how you offset some images! The final result is wonderful!

Claudia said...

Love how your used the pocket folder. What a great idea!

RLS Innovations said...

Nice pocket folder for lots of uses.

Sue
rolfe974@prodigy.net

Tanya said...

Fabulous project!

Guiseppa said...

Fabulous idea Daniela! Very creative!

Sandra said...

great project - lovely shapes!
Sandra ltb

Samantha Walker said...

This is fantastic! Love the cover, the pockets...the sketchy stuff...it's all good!

Barbara said...

Love the idea

Diana Fisher said...

What a fun way to stay organized! :)

Donna said...

Wonderful idea! And gorgeous design. What a way to start the new year!

Linda Kaiser said...

Love this! I almost made the folder:) Love this cut!

Linda

Marilyn said...

Love your pocket folder. Great idea.

tndj said...

Neat pocket holder. You made it look
so easy to make also. TFS

Sue D said...

Very pretty way to stay organized!

Deanna said...

Wonderful project, love it!

Marla said...

Such a great project and I love how much you used your Silhouette!!! TFS

Tracy said...

What a great idea!

Diana Waite said...

oh this is just COOL!

jackie 4124 said...

Nice way to stay organized

TYJ419 said...

Super cute!

ScrappySuZQ said...

love the folder project. I am still learning how to do all these "fancy" things on my Cameo such as offset and sketching. I will have to explore more thoroughly. Thanks!

Christina said...

Love this project! Can't wait to try something like this:)

Christina Woodbury
hermonscrappin@aol.com

Jeanne Ann said...

Love it!@

LostnThought said...

very creative! love your color choices

scrapn said...

cute idea

Michelle said...

This is something that I should absolutely make for myself as I am so unorganized at the minute. My craftroom is being redesigned and my room (along with my mind) is in a bit of a mess right now, lol. Thanks for sharing this great project.

Michelle

JPScraps said...

I love it! This is such a great idea.

Lucy Newton said...

Fabulous organizer!

Lisa said...

This is so creative and fabulous!! Love the design :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts
indymermaid(at)gmail(dot)com

Barbara Johnson said...

I love it!

lauriewe said...

Oh thanks for the details, I am not ready to try them all- still a newbie, but will know where to come when I am!

Sarah Biswabic said...

What a great organiser! Very pretty!bbiswabic@new.rr.com

Kelly Baxter said...

Both cute and practical