This was such a fun pocket letter to make, Sophia had previously bought a book that had a fold-out shop, and punch out characters in it. I knew straight away that they would be perfect to put in a pocket letter! They are not only bright, but double sided too. There were these big characters to the left as well tiny food items that I decided to make a shaker pocket with.
The collector cards can be bought separately to go in a collectors album, but I bought them because they fit perfectly into the pockets of the plastic sleeve.
I also had some Shopkins ribbon that I bought on ebay, that I made into a paperclip.
Here is the completed pocket letter, the shaker pockets are on either side of the cupcake in the middle. I added some extra cards and created a special shaker paperclip with my Fuse tool. I used one of the Shopkins pictures, then encased it in plastic and added some sequins and a paperclip. I've also added a little bling to each pocket.
I've loved crafting since the day I picked up a pair of safety scissors and cropped a square in my fringe. I was 2. Now I prefer to cut paper and cardboard and procraftinate with hot glue and Stickles instead of study my Bach of Early Ed! Thanks for joining me on my adventure!
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