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Pocket Letter for Lynn

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!

Pocket Letter

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:

Single Pocket Letter Protector

Birds of a Feather Felties

Moonshine Delight

3 thoughts on “Pocket Letter for Lynn

  1. Love your pocket letter, just adorable!!!

  2. This is seriously SOOOO freakin pretty!!!!! Lynn is one lucky lady!!!

  3. Wow, Sarah, this is fantastic and so pretty….love it!!

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