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Sending Love with Pocket Letter | Evalicious

Hi there! Wanting to share with you in this blog post a new spread of pocket letter that was stuffed with lots of love and goodies for a lovely friend I adore.

Pocket Letter - Mits - Full View copy

Similar to my FIRST Pocket Letter I created and blogged about a few weeks ago, I filled each and every pocket of a 9 pockets trading card protector with pattern papers, cut-outs, sequins, wood veneers, badge buttons, sticky notes and more. Plenty of pretty Evalicious goodies used in this little gift.

Pocket Letter - Mits - V1 copy

Top row (from left to right):

Left pocket – slotted in some cute vintage camper vellum cut-outs, coupled with pretty pastel sequins and star shape wood veneer. The opening was temporarily sealed off with washi tapes to prevent the bits and pieces from falling out.

Middle pocket – pocketed a few jars of fruity delights and one of my favorite speech bubble cut-outs.

Right pocket – a fun card with the words ‘Life is …’ and I completed the quote with some alphas puffy stickers. Oh yah, Life is SWEET.

Pocket Letter - Mits - V2 copy

Middle row (from left to right):

Left pocket – a card where I gave a personal touch with some puffy stickers.

Middle pocket – some positive vibes for my dear friend, to have happy thoughts on a daily basis. How I love the puffy flowers!

Right pocket – I hope she’ll squeak with joy to receive these cute stamped coffee cups cut-outs, knowing her to be a coffee lover. 😉

Pocket Letter - Mits - V3 copy

Pocket Letter - Mits - V4 copy

Bottom row (from left to right):

Left pocket – the pocket where I wrote a little letter and tucked it in at the back. I included a hand drew envelope, stamped on words and added a puffy heart shape sticker before clipping it on with a felt smiley star paperclip I made it myself. Plus the wood veneer was prefect – Follow Your Heart!

Middle pocket – popped in a few Evalicious badge buttons and some labels and page tags. I found this cute pink typewriter, stamped on it and clipped it onto the pocket.

Right pocket – filled it up with cute sticky notes.

 

There, another happy pocket letter done and ready to make its trip to a lovely lady!

 

PS – For the list of Evalicious supplies I used in this pocket letter, head over to HERE.

 

xx

Rach

Fun with Pocket Letter | Evalicious

Hello lovely!  In this blog post, I want to share with you a creative and fun project I recently embarked on. The Pocket Letter!

Pocket Letter - Chelley - pic 1 SL copy

 

Some of you might have heard or came across this Pocket Letter thingy on the internet that had set a new wave of excitement in the crafting and pen palling world. Or you yourself are making Pocket Letters and had sent many off to your Pocket Letter Pals. Well hey, I completed my very FIRST Pocket Letter and I wanted to show you just what I had put together and allow me to say this, it was SOOO FUN!!

Pocket Letter - Chelley - pic 4 SL copy

 

With a 9 pockets trading card protector, I filled each and every pocket with pretty papers and stuffs I wanted to send to my Pocket Letter Pal. Nice little things such as washi tapes, labels, sticky notes, paper clips and most importantly a handwritten letter to my Pocket Letter Pal and tucked it in one of the pocket. Let me take you through each pocket and show you all the yummy Evalicious goodies I had included for a lovely lady whom I got to know from the awesome planner community!

Pocket Letter - Chelley - pic 5 SL copy

 

Top row (from left to right):

Left pocket – filled it up with a couple of Evalicious fun labels and clipped the pocket closed with a handmade faux leather paper clip.

Middle pocket – a vellum as a base card and threw in a handful of sequins and confetti. I then sealed the pocket with washi tapes and clipped on a cute speech bubble with a nice quote.

Right pocket – filled it with printable, die-cuts and stamped images. Again I used a cute paper clip from Evalicious to close the pocket in order to prevent anything from falling out.

 

Middle row (from left to right):

Left pocket – some washi tape samples.

Middle pocket – this was the main card decorated with my letter pal’s name with Evalicious alphas and nice puffy stickers.

Right pocket – I hand drew an envelope which I clipped it down with Evalicious’s round arrow paper clip. This is the pocket where my letter was slotted in at the back.

Pocket Letter - Chelley - pic 6 SL copy

Pocket Letter - Chelley - pic 8 SL copy

Bottom row (from left to right):

Left pocket – filled it up with cute sticky notes.

Middle pocket – stuffed in a few Evalicious badge buttons and DIY-ed a paper clip with one of them. I included 2 little charms too.

Right pocket – this got to be my most favorite pocket out of the rest. I stamped a few images of the adorable bubble tea from Evalicious latest collection – Addicted To You stamp set on random stash of pattern papers and fussy cut them. One of the bubble tea images was pasted on to the base card and I add-on a touch of watercolor to spice it up. CUTE! The extra bubble tea cut-outs were tucked in to the pocket and I really hope that my lovely friend will find them useful.

 

After this first session of Pocket Letter making, I’m very sure I’ll create many more of them! As for this set of Pocket Letter, it was packed nicely and ready to fly across the big blue ocean to my sweet friend who’s on the other side of the globe! 😀

 

I hope you enjoyed what I have shared with you, and thank you so much for stopping by!

 

For the list of Evalicious supplies I used in these Project Life spreads, head on over HERE for the details.

 

Love

Rach

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