Happy March everyone! It’s Sarah on the blog today bringing you something new to me, a Pocket Letter! I had never done one before and was excited to try one! I received one from a very nice lady that I did a paper swap with. It was a total surprise as I was only expecting paper in my package! She had made two very special Pocket Letters for my girls! To show my gratitude, I wanted to make one for her in return!
Oh boy, did I have fun making this! I started with Citrus Twist kit leftovers and added a ton of goodies from the SMS shop!
I grabbed a Pocket Letter page protector from the shop and started. The first pocket has a Citrus Twist stamp set and a couple shipping tags with Twinery twine in them.
Pocket two as a bunch of the Wood Mini Clothes pins and is embellished with a Forever Love Cork Heart. I also cut up a small alpha sheet and tucked it in the back.
Pocket three has a few Citrus Twist puffy stickers and I embellished with some washi tape and a tiny word sticker. I also tucked in a few Medium Shipping Tags with twine from the Twinery in them.
Pocket four has a pack of Kaisercraft Rhinestones, a few Birds Of A Feather Felties and some Hearts On Fire Sequin Mix.
Pocket five is my title card. I used half a White Paper Doily, splattered on some Heidi Swapp Color Shine in Blush, added a Forever Love Cork Heart and embellished with a tiny word sticker and some enamel dots and shapes.
Pocket six has an assortment of paper clips that I embellished a Cork Heart and a glitter bow from Heidi Swapp.
Pocket seven has a piece of doily printed acetate that I wrapped a few different kinds of washi tape around. I also slipped an Amy Tangerine Wood Frame in the pocket too!
The eighth pocket has a few tiny word stickers from Pink Paislee, an acrylic piece from my stash and a few Moonshine Delight Sequins.
The last pocket has a few Cloudy Days Felties, Flutter Cork Butterflies and three clips from Maggie Holmes.
I folded the Pocket Letter up and slipped it into a Large Glassine Bag, wrapped it in a large doily from my stash and tied a few pieces of ribbon around it. I added a couple of embellishments and felt flowers and mailed it off!
I really hope Lynn likes it! My girls sure did appreciate the Pocket Letters from her! My oldest daughter even brought it for Show&Tell the very next day at school. I also hope that I have inspired you to create a Pocket Letter for one of your crafty friends!
Items I used from the shop: