Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Vintage French Chocolate Change Pocket Envelope Free Printable

I love this little change pocket. When a servant was sent to purchase something, the change was often put in a change pocket with the item to be given to the employer. I love this little French chocolate change pocket and I wanted to have it posted for Valentines day. It could be used to hold a little card or tea bag for a birthday gift too.

 








8 comments:

Ann said...

Your display with the crates is just adorable. Thank you for the Chocolate Envelope. I am going to post your button on my blog, so I'll get back to you and would also love it if you followed my blog too. I'm doing a giveaway right now so it would be a great time to follow my blog.

Sarah said...

Love the little change envelope...thanks, Inka!
I like using crates in my studio, too. I have all of my distress stains, reinkers and sprays stored in them. They make great shelves but my walls are full.

Julia @ Vintage with Laces said...

Hi Inka, The crates are wonderful to display your lovely creations. Thank you for sharing the pretty French envelope.

Heidi's Wanderings said...

Thanks for the chocolate envelope. And I do like the crates.

http://heidiswanderings.blogspot.com/

Connie said...

I love your crates and the way you use them for display. You've got that golden touch :)
Have a great weekend.
Your blogging sister, Connie :)

Gaby Bee said...

These little pocket envelopes are just beautiful. Thanks for sharing, Inka.

Have a lovely Sunday my friend!
Hugs
Gaby

Tea in the Library said...

How did I miss these darling change purses!?!?! Downloaded it now.

Unknown said...

Great job with the crates!!