Pocket Letter Fun with Lisa Gregory-Nazario

It’s not new, but pocket letters are sure making their way around scrappers’ desks lately. I thought I would join the craze. They make for great swaps, and even “happy mail”! Who wouldn’t want one of these as a RAK? I know I would!

I wanted to focus on Lindy’s embossing powders with this project. With so many colors, I wanted to make my pocket letters shine! The papers I used, the Romance Novel Collection, and embellishments  are all from Prima Marketing.

This is the front of the pocket letter, where I colored some of my embellishments with sprays.

On the front of my pocket letter I used some of my favorite Lindys spray colors. The leaves were die cut and sprayed with Lucky Shamrock Green Starburst Spray and then a bit of Ocean Breeze Blue was stroked on with a paint brush to highlight the blue in the spray. On the black butterfly, I sprayed on some Royal Peacock Fire Glitz Spray.

The seam binding was sprayed with Bells of Ireland Green Starburst spray. I didn’t want to soak it so that I would get a variegated look. I tied 2 pieces into each hole on the pocket page.

This is the back of the pocket letter and it’s where I used all of the embossing powders. On the wooden embellishments, I dabbed on a bit of white acrylic paint. Once dry, I heat embossed the colors onto the pieces. I picked the colors out from the papers to coordinate.

Here are a couple of closeups of the embossed pieces. If you look closely you can see some red flecks in each of the pieces. I did that just to add a little drama. I added some Razzleberry Plum embossing powder to each of the other colors. The pink butterfly is Geranium Coral Blush and the frame is Reindeer Moss Green.

The scissors  and the frame were embossed with  Scotch Broom Yellow.  All of the black pieces were embossed with Obviously Black. The corners of each of the pocket letter cards were stamped with a Prima corner stamp, and heat embossed with Obviously Black, Reindeer Moss Green and Razzleberry Plum.

This a view of the Pocket Letter when it is folded up, ready to be placed in an envelope and mailed to a dear friend… I will include a small note to let my dear friend know how much I cherish out friendship.
Thank You for joining me today. I hope you are inspired to grab your favorite Lindy’s Stamp Gang embossing powders and make your projects shine.

4 thoughts on “Pocket Letter Fun with Lisa Gregory-Nazario

  1. Lisa,
    This has to be one of the most beautiful set of pocket letters I’ve seen to date. Your friend will love the heart-felt work you put into this set!

  2. I have never seen pocket letters before Lisa – except in the last week or so. Your project is just ASTOUNDING… all those little projects to make one big one. Definitely a labor of love anyone would be blessed to receive. Your letters are totally WONDERFUL. Wow. Thanks bunches for sharing 12 gorgeous eye candies!! j.

  3. Lisa this is a fabulous project. What a lot of exciting details. So much to study and enjoy / admire !!! Very pretty work.
    Thank you so much for sharing.
    Hugs from Monica… Spain

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