Pocket Wedding Invitation by Jamie Cripps

Good Morning!  Jamie with you today to share a Pocket Fold Invitation digital cutting file! This file comes with everything you need to start building a fabulous invitation including the pocket fold envelope with a band wrap to hold it closed, a 4×6 invitation cut (shown in main area), and five detail cards to hold all your information (shown in pocket area)!  The best part, I designed this set to fit inside a standard A6 (4.75″ x 6.5″) envelope which will help keep your party costs down especially if you are using these for graduation or weddings where you invite a lot of people!  

Supplies used for sample:
Neenah Cardstock: Classic Natural White Linen 
Foam Adhesive: Tombow Foam tabs

1.  Cut out all the pieces within the file using the desired cardstock.
2.  Working with the pocket envelope, fold on all the score lines then add adhesive to the two tabs as shown.
3.  Fold the two tabs in and pull the pocket piece up and press firmly to adhere to the invitation.
4.  Print or stamp your invitation details on the card cuts then adhere the 4×6 cut to the inside area and stack the five detail cards in size order then slide them in the pocket area as shown.
5.  Fold the pocket area in then fold the envelope flap over to close.
6.  Take your band wrap piece and place your invitation down on top of it.  Apply adhesive to the areas shown then press the long strip on top of the shorter strip.
7.  Flip your invitation over and it should now look like this image.
8.  Place a foam adhesive square on the wrap as shown.
9.  Adhere the 2×2 cardstock piece on the foam adhesive, centering.
Here is an example invitation that I have created.  I used ribbon around this one instead of the band wrap.

Basis OLIVE 80lb Cardstock 8.5x11 - 25 sheets - Colored Cardstock Paper Organza ribbon 
            Cougar NATURAL (off white)  70 lb  A6 Envelopes 50 pk - Buy Cardstock3D Foam Adhesive TabsMultipurpose Liquid Glue

Other Supplies:
Now we can all make cheap homemade invitations that look 
just as lovely as those expensive made to order ones!

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