A Quad Pocket Holder is a small ephemera holder with 4 tuck spots. It’s incredibly easy to make and fun to stuff and gift.
Supplies: 12 x 12 double-sided scrapbook paper, preferably cardstock; book page scraps; manilla folder scrap piece; bone folder; wet and dry glue; tab punch; tag punch; distress ink, Brushed Corduroy; and Gecko Galz images, links below.
Cut a strip of scrapbook paper to 12 x 4 inches. Score the paper at 4, 7, and 10 inches. Fold bottom piece facing upwards and the middle piece downward. It will look like a staircase. Glue the sides of the front-facing pockets along the sides. Do not glue the side openings. When dry, you will have 2 front pockets and 2 side pockets. (As you can see, I didn’t wait long enough. I actually like the effects.) A variation would be to adhere to another piece of paper, like in a junk journal, to create a 5th pocket.
Trim images to size and affix onto cardstock and a piece of manila card. For the 2 postcard images, I glued scrap book pages to the backside using a glue stick. Punch a tag punch with scrap paper. Punch a tab using a punch. If you don’t have a punch, no worries! Draw a template and cut with scissors. Finally, distress the sides with Brushed Corduroy. When dry, arrange the items into the holder.
Pre Raphaelite Photos Digital Collage: https://www.etsy.com/listing/1130863677/pre-raphaelite-photos-digital-collage?click_key=a8e551220810801f54d6d458619c640c08f7b9cc%3A1130863677&click_sum=0d359735&ga_search_query=pre&ref=shop_items_search_2&pro=1
Pre Raphaelite Junk Journal Digital Kit: https://www.etsy.com/listing/1130838109/pre-raphaelite-junk-journal-digital-kit?click_key=1d0139522328a869512506454a50b2e4cc6a31ee%3A1130838109&click_sum=6d78f694&ga_search_query=pre&ref=shop_items_search_1&pro=1