Thanksgiving Pocket Letter

Welcome,

Today I would like to show you the 9 pocket pocket letter that I made for the swap.


I love the vintage look, had to do it again!  The middle one is the "pocket Letter"

Of course I went crazy with the goodies in the back like I always do.


I love making things for people and sending it to them, I hope my swap partner likes this!  (Notice the little knife, fork & spoon I found...perfect for Thanksgiving).

I am entering this 9 Pocket Letter into the following challenges:

DL. ART -Challenge #192 Thanksgiving
PDE Linky Party - Anything Goes

Thank you so much for stopping by!

Hugs,

5 comments:

  1. Your pocket letter is gorgeous, Chriss!! I love the vintage images you used!! The details are fabulous!! Thanks so much for playing along at DL.ART!! Have a great weekend my friend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  2. I love this!! Your pocket letters are absolutely beautiful!
    Your swap partner will love it!
    Have a wonderful day my friend,
    Migdalia
    Crafting with Creative M

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  3. Your pocket letters are just wonderful Chriss you have me inspired to want to make some. I love all the embellies you add on I can see you are having a great time of it!!
    Thank you for entering the DL.ART THANKFUL THURSDAY challenge #192-“Thanksgiving or Thank you” for this challenge. Have a blessed day
    DIANA L.

    DL.ART
    DL.ART DESIGN TEAM MEMBER
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com
    http://dianamlarson.ctmh.com

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  4. What a great Pocket Letter! I love all the vintage pictures, your swap partner will love this awesome pocket letter! Thanks fro sharing with us at DL.ART Challenges!

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  5. Each and every card is beautiful. Perfect for Thanksgiving. Thank you for joining the DL.ART Thankful Thursday Thanksgiving Challenge

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"When the trees their summer splendor
Change to raiment red and gold,
When the summer moon turns mellow,
And the nights are getting cold;
When the squirrels hide their acorns,
And the woodchucks disappear;
Then we know that it is autumn,
Loveliest season of the year."
- Carol L. Riser, Autumn