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With all the Artist Trading Cards (ATC) swaps I've belonged to I needed a way to organize some of them. So I created one from scratch using bookboard scraps. By using bookboard the holder would be a little more sturdy so I could keep it in my purse.
I started out with a simple box type design with a fold over lid. I used paper pieces as a trial before cutting down the bookboard. Using the Club Scrap wrapping technique used in making most books and boxes I covered the bookboard.
Disregard the messy desk...that's how I scrap. Once I've abused a kit I'll clean it up.
Next step is to create the pockets for the ATC cards to go into. I cut roughly 20 pieces at 4.25"x 9" and scored at 3" and 6". Fold on score lines and place adhesive along the bottom and side. I then punched a half circle on the top of each pocket.
Next, adhere all the pockets together at the bottom with a thin line of adhesive.
Adhere top half of front pocket and top half of back pocket to the sides of the box.
You don't want to adhere the whole pocket, I found it pulled on the bottom of the pockets too much.
Decorate as you'd like. I made a tie enclosure around a button.
In the past I've added a Velcro circle to keep the lid closed.
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