I met a wonderful person through my involvement in the Coffee Lover Blog Hops. Lori Kobular and I would comment on each others' cards and then we started chatting.. Eventually a friendship was born. One day, I was telling her about Pocket Letters and we decided to swap them -- with a Christmas theme. I had done my first one through a great papercrafting company, Red Lead with a beachy theme.
If you don't know much ( or anything ) about Pocket Letters, you can check out this link to learn the basics. I am also in a group on Facebook - Pocket Letter Pals. Like Lori, I also had many ideas for my Pocket Letter but in the end, I just created 9 little pictures using an eclectic array of supplies.
Front of Pocket Letter
Multiple designer papers and rubber stamps
Vintage postcards by Cavallini
My Paper Studio stickers
Back of Pocket Letter
The back of the PL contains a letter to the recipient as well as goodies to create with.
I included rhinestones, Post-its, doilies, washi, die-cuts and twine..
I wrapped the washi around a piece of undeveloped x-ray film from my ICU days !!
Stamp by Graphic 45 for Hampton Arts
We R Memory Keepers Cork Stickers
Reindeer die-cut from Spellbinders
Deer from Unity Stamp Company
Snowman from Unity Stamp Company
Folded and ready for the envelope
Wrapped with a doily & Baker's twine
I apologize for the glare on the pictures. In 2016, I hope to get better at photographing my projects. If you see a supply that is not linked, please ask and I will tell you where I obtained it if I can.. Pocket Letters are meant to be folded and mailed in a #10 envelope. I mailed mine in a larger Priority envelope because it was thicker and I wanted tracking..
To read about the Pocket Letter made for me by Lori ( and the long, strange trip it took to get to me ), check out her blog post HERE. Leave us both comments to tell us what you think. I will even pick someone to get a few goodies in the mail to make your own PL !! Here is a sneak peek of the one I received from Lori....
Thanks for visiting Meticulosity for my last 2015 post and for all of your support throughout this year. . I look forward to many more in