2 Pocket Letters

Good morning and welcome!

Thank you for visiting me today!  As some of you that follow my blog know, I belong to a group called "Flip that Swap".  I recently had the fun of making two Christmas Pocket Letters.

The first one is called "White Candy Christmas"


I used very light colors for this one.  The stamp sentiment says "sending smiles over the miles".

Here is the back filled with goodies:


The next Christmas Pocket Letter is called "Blue Christmas" If you click on the photo you can read the stamped sentiment from Graphic45 Christmas Carol.


Here is the back with goodies:


I also took a close up photo of one of the pockets so that you could see what I have done to each pocket on both of these pocket letters.



I print out the image and then I cut it with my spellbinders die - labels 17. I chalked around the edges,  I then added stickles to make it sparkle.  I love sparkle at Christmastime.  Anything that sparkles or glows.

I am entering the White Christmas Pocket Letter into the following challenges:

DLArt Thankful Linky Challenge - #194 Any Winter Holiday






I am entering the Blue Christmas Pocket Letter into the following challenges:

The Merry Christmas Challenge - Challenge #10 Create A Snowy Scene
Connie Can Crop #53 Baby It's Cold Outside

I appreciate you taking time to comment on my work, I read every comment and it warms my heart!

Hugs,

3 comments:

  1. These are both amazing, Chriss!! I love the images you used!! 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. Very beautiful both your pocket letters, with fab papers and goodies! Love expecially the blue one! Amazing work!

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  3. You do such an amazing job on the pocket letters. That is one of the crafty things that is on my to do list for 2017.
    The papers are gorgeous!I love all of the fun goodies too!
    Absolutely beautiful my friend!
    Have a wonderful day,
    Migdalia
    Crafting with Creative M


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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