What You Can Make from a Single Sheet of Paper – Day 2

To go along with my series here, this is Day 2 of my What you can make from a single sheet of DSP, Designer Series 12×12 Paper.  If you missed Day 1 Click Here to see Day 1 Post.

Day 1 we made a gift card holder out of a 6×6 piece of DSP and the Gift Card Envelope die.  Super easy.  Here is another super easy fold to use with a second piece of 6×6.

Day 2 – Diaper Fold Pocket

It’s called the diaper fold because it resembles the way cloth diapers were put on babies.   Stampin Up AverysOwlery.com

To make this pocket, take a 6×6 square piece of paper and fold in half on the diagonal, corner to corner. Stampin Up AverysOwlery.com

Fold the left corner over to the right so that the point makes a straight line across the top horizontal to the bottom Stampin Up AverysOwlery.com

Repeat with the right side.  The two folds should be straight across the top and horizontal with the bottom.  Stampin Up AverysOwlery.com

Almost done – Fold the top layer of the top point down over your folds.  This will form the pocket to tuck treats or cookies, or jewlery inside.

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It literally takes less than a min to fold these cute little guys so they are wonderful for kids events, or quick gift giving.

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Thanks for visiting my Site. My name is Lynn Kolcun and I'm a Stampin Up Demonstrator. I love being creative with paper and ink, learning new techniques and sharing my craft with you.

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  1. These are so cute and easy to make. Thanks for the details. Have a very Merry Christmas.

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