The top layer is using the stamp set Punny Valentine on vellum cardstock. I love the variation with the black card base, the cherry and the vellum.
The middle layer is clear sequins and more mini hearts cut with the heart die trio. I have three sets of those heart dies because there are many, many times I want to cut multiple hearts and they're so economical, it was easy to add the three sets to my collection of dies.
The cardstock width is 3-1/2" so that even with the seals, it will fit on a standard A2 card.
"How do you make the pockets?," you say. "I'm so glad you asked! Let me show you!"
1. Prepare your items for your pocket. And, place the pocket that you're ready to seal on a stack of paper (if you have grid paper you'll help yourself out tremendously!) and a hard surface. Do not use your silicone cutting mat or any plastic surface as you'll change it forever...don't ask me how I know *headsmack* LOL! and sigh! ;)
Line up the filled pocket on the grid lines. (this pocket has some of our patterned paper and some of the Valentine heart sequins).
Here's the inside. Super simple and you can see the teeny staples that are holding the pocket to the card.
Here's a side view of the pocket. After I fused the pockets, I added a little bit of the cherry cotton ribbon from the January collection and used the tiny attacher (another awesome tool!) to adhere it to the card. Doesn't the pocket look great on the washi strip! (tuxedo collection)
All of these supplies are available in my webstore: www.amusestudio.com/seleise
And, if you use the code JANUARY10 before the end of the month, you'll get 10% off of your order!! Woo hoo!!