Another Video on the Double Pocket Pouch

Thursday, April 15, 2010

I know another Video on the Double Pocket Pouch, what gives?? Well after watching my video I got to thinking how cute it would be if I could make the pouch in a smaller size.? I had lots of left over 6 X 6 Sale-A-Bration papers and I really liked the little houses on the paper; it was screaming Welcome to the Neighborhood at me.? I have 2 new neighbors and I thought what a cute way to introduce myself and welcome them to the neighborhood.???

I created this little double pocket pouch door hanger.? This way if they are not home when I stop by I can just leave it on their door.? In one pocket I have a little 3 X 3 card in an envelope welcoming them to the neighborhood and inviting them to my upcoming Summer Mini Open House.? In the other pocket I have my business card on a magnet so they can stick it?on their refrigerator.

Here are some pictures of my finished project:
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It is made the same as the larger double pocket pouch except you use 6 x6 designer series paper and instead of measuring in 5 1/2″ from each point you measure in 2 1/2″.?? You will also need to trim your business cards just a tiny bit to get them to fit.? The 3 X 3 note card and envelope fit perfectly.

This makes a great business tool for any home business; whether you are a Realtor, Mary Kay, Tupperware, Party Lite any home based business.

I also think this would be cute on a gift bag, card in 1 pocket and maybe a gift card to go along with the gift in the other pocket, hang it from the handles on the gift bag.

Okay on with the Video:

Have a Great Day!

2 thoughts on “Another Video on the Double Pocket Pouch

  1. Tracy Raymond says:

    Love this idea…have been wanting something to give to new customers as I am just starting out…great idea!

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