Maggie Holmes Pocket Letter I created for swap.
Bows I created using my new bow die I got from
Aliexpress using the Maggie Holmes paper collection.
Tags and embellishment pieces I also made using the paper line.
These embellishments I made with some new Sizzix dies and also a cute Unicorn die I also purchased from Ali Express. It turned out so beautiful.
July pocket letter swap with red white and blue patriotic theme. I used the We R Memory Keepers paper line and accessories titled Red White and Blue. My favorite is the red white and blue M&M’s I found for the middle square. HaHa.
These are a few of the extra packages of goodies I made for her also. They include ribbon, die cuts, treat bag kit, and some star stick pins.
I made this baby themed pocket letter for my June swap. I keep trying to come up with different themes I haven’t done before. Since I made my swap partner a baby mini album I decided to do the pocket letter in the same theme. I used We R Memory Keepers paper stack.
This is a pic of the mini album I made for her new grand child. I hade made a similar one for my Grand Baby so figured it would be just as easy to make two while I was at it.
I love the way they both turned out.
Decided to make a Horizontal Pocket letter for July swap with Marsha.
I used an older Echo Park paper collection that I love with all the bright sunny colors and
Ocean themed pocket letter I made for my Pocket letter Pal this month, I love making and receiving these, and I have made a very good friend.
Owl pocket letter for the Hoot Hoot for Owls event
Sewing theme pocket letter
Also, my April pocket letter for Marsha. Hope she likes it!!
This is a cute little flip page mini album I made for my scrap class I taught this week. I used some Vintage Bliss paper from Simple Stories. We also made this cute little fry box using the Fry box die from We R Memory Keepers.
Also, here is my Pocket Letter for my friend for this month. If you haven’t heard about this new craze it is like having a pen pal except you add some creativity into it by designing a page with pretty designs and extras for your pocket pal along with the letter and maybe a little packet of Tea. Your base is a plastic page protector that is divided into nine pockets and you decorate each pocket with paper and embellishments. The pages are like what you would put trading cards in. It is very addictive, I love it, and I can’t wait to go to my mailbox and find something pretty in it. If you have any interest in it you can check it out at pocketletterpals.com.
This is the pretty packaging I made for my letter and a bag of goodies for my pal.