DIY Pocket Plastic Folders for Standard Dori. ( Video )

Hi everyone.

It‘s me again, Tanti. Some of you have asked me about how I made the plastic folder for my standard size Daisy dori.

Well, today I‘m going to share with you how I made it.

For the folders I used just a regular DIN A4 plastic folders from the office supplies store and a Fuse Tool.

If you don’t have a fuse tool, you can just sew it with a sewing machine or even hand stitch it.

Before we start, let me show you how you can use these folders.

The picture below is the base form of all the folders that I‘ve made.

You can just leave it like that and cut the dashboard or a patterned paper or a transparency or a vellum that

came in the kit down to size and put it in.

Or you can make a shaker card on one side and make some small pocket on the other side for your pretty

journaling cards. I’ll show the detail of this version in the video below.

You can attach the adhesive pocket on it.

The possibilities are endless.

Here‘s some more inspiration for you, how you can customize these folders.

Here, I attached one of the pen loop that came in the March planner kit on the folder.

In the video below you can see how I made them.

I hope it could be useful for you and please share with us how you use and decorate your folder on our

facebook group or on Instagram. Tag us with @cocoadaisy and @tantikcreation. I would really love to see it.

Thank you so much for joining me today and I hope to see you next time.


IG: @tantikcreation


  1. Simone Schermann

    What an amazing tutorial! Thank you so much for sharing!

    • tanti.kuntoro

      Thank you Simone. I’m glad you liked it.

  2. Brenda F Sears

    I am new to this and I was wondering if you get the small cards the one that has the date on it; the one you used for a tip in? It’s a great idea! Do they come with the TN kit? Also where did you get you heat sealing tool. Thanks for your help.

    • tanti.kuntoro

      You mean the card with the calendar print? It was in the Memory Keeping pocket kit. Such card came every month with this kit. There are also cards only subscription, if don’t want the whole kit.
      That heat sealing tool called Fuse Tool from the brand We R Memory Keepers. I bought it from an online store in Germany, because that’s where I live. But you can find it in almost every craft store or scrapbook store in the US such as Michaels, hobby lobby. If you want to buy it online then maybe at or Amazon. I hope it helps.

      • Brenda F Sears

        Thanks! That answers my question…so I am off to get new tools to be ready for my first kit. 🙌🏾

        • tanti.kuntoro

          You’re welcome.


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