Thursday, June 7, 2018

My First Pocket Letter (& this will be June's giveaway!)

I don't know the history of pocket letters,
but I have been antsy to try my hand at one for quite a while.

Pocket letters are little happy mail gifts,
sometimes given as a RAK
or in a swap.

Nine pockets are filled with ATC-sized little pieces of art.

On the back side,
eight pockets are filled with small embellishments
for the recipient to use in their own artwork.
The ninth pocket is for a letter
in which personal information is shared.

This will be June's giveaway prize!

Please leave a comment.
At the end of the month,
I will announce a random winner
of a special gift.
(only one comment per post will be entered).



The Junque Seeker said...

Nine beautiful little pieces of your art - I'd love to win! Thanks for the chance, and for sharing your talents.

WW said...

It's beautiful! My first pocket letter was definitely not that pretty. Here's hoping you make more.

Jackie PN said...

Oh My Totally stunning!! Kim, you have taken Pocket Letters to a new height! This is amazing!!
I once read about the woman who started these, but cannot remember where...if I think of it, I will send you the link!
Meantime, Lucky is the winner of this Gorgeous set!
Hugs,Jackie xx

Jewels said...

Oh my Kimberly - never heard of these but what a great idea!

Nancy said...

This is lovely! I like how you've made the back pockets a selection of embellishments, and love the softly colored vintage look of this.

Amy said...

I am amazed that this is your first pocket art. It's wonderful, as are all your projects.

Laurie said...

Oh I didn't even know that about the structure of pocket letters. I have done them differently, I hope my recipients haven't minded! But now I know the correct way to do it! They are so much fun and really inspiring, and yours is just lovely like everything else you do!

fairie said...

Your creations always makes me in awe!!! Makes me feel like a kid in a candy store. Everything is so pretty.

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