Tri-fold Pocket Folio

Are you in need of a little soul care today? Join me on this creative journey! This beautiful, yet quick, project will be easy and enjoyable to make, and will provide you a useful little folio, for adding notes, memories or other information to.

Today’s project, a Tri-fold Pocket Folio, was inspired by Linda Israel. In addition to the 2 front slant pockets and pocket insert that Linda did, I included more pockets and tags, as well as a notepad, inside.

This folio can be used inside your artisan/eclectic/ junk journal, or as a stand alone folio.

Supplies needed:

  • 2-3 patterned papers, (I used 12×12 double-sided patterned cardstock—Prima: “Lavender”)
  • Paper trimmer, or scissors and ruler
  • Scoreboard (or alternative*)
  • Glue or 1/8” double-sided tape—Distress Collage Medium
  • Optional: Distress Ink and Blending tool
  • Optional: Square or circle punch
  • Optional: Sewing machine

Grab your supplies, and let’s create!

Watch the video tutorial!

Written Instructions:

Cut and Score:

  • Base: 10.5”wide x 7.5”tall. Score at 3.5”, 7”. Trim left edge slightly.
  • Angled pockets: 3.5”wide x 7.5”tall. Mark half-way point on side (left or right). Cut from opposite top corner to that midway mark.
  • Insert: 4.5”wide x 7”tall. Score at either 1.5” or 3”, depending on which way you want your pocket to face.

Ink edges, if desired. Cut notch in insert pocket if desired.

Optional, sew along pocket edges.

Adhere or sew pockets onto base, and the insert pocket fold-over.

I also added inside pockets.

  • Inside flip: Bottom pocket, 3.5”wide x 2.5”tall, with notch.
  • Left side: Side pocket, 1.5”wide x 7.5”tall, with notch.
  • Right side: Side pocket, 1.5”wide x 5.5”tall, with notch.

I added journal cards/tags (cut to fit) to the outside and inner flap pockets, and a Coin Envelope* and Mini File Folder* to the inside side pockets. I also created and adhered a Notepad* for the center inner panel. *Watch for future tutorials.

I couldn’t bear to cover up much of the beautiful papers, so I just used clear stickers, cut outs from the paper pad, and ink dyed fabric strips to decorate.

So go make Beauty from Ashes! Every day. And enJOY!

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Living Coram Deo & freely whole
~ Liberty

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Creating beauty from ashes! Life Restoration Coach & Creativity “therapy”. Soul care for Christian women post-marital abuse and divorce. Life! Liberty! Pursuit of Happiness!

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