Friday, 20 May 2016

Mother's day pocket letter

Hi all!!Welcome to my blog!! I made a pocket letter for my mom .As my mom's fav color is blue I made it mostly with blue Here's my pocket letter:

For the first pocket I used corrugated alphabets for the word amma and painted it with acrylic blue and added some silver glitters.Bg is made with itsy bitsy floral stencil and stamped a heart with recollections ombre ink pad and fuzzy cut and pasted.

For the second one  I made 2 corner pockets with a royal blue invitation I had and the bg is created with The Crafter's workshop stencil.I used bob n betty pp for the tag.Butterfly is stamped and fuzzy cut one.
Third-Made Quilled flowers and added punched leaves to it.Stamped mothers day sentiment using just rite celebration stamps and added stamped  fuzzy cut  bird.
Fourth-Bg is made using itsy bitsy stencil and stamped and gold embossed the sentiment.
Fifth-The frame is made using papericious pp and added the stamped  fuzzy cut mini flower.
Sixth-Created bg using The crafter's Workshop stencil and added a stamped fuzzy cut bird to it.I wrote the wordings and fuzzy cut it and pasted.
Seventh-Created pockets using an invitation card and bg using the crafter's workshop stencil.The tag is made from old incitation.Rose is stamped and fuzzy cut one from mudra stamps.
Eighth-Distressed the bg with mermaid lagoon and stenciled it with the crafters workshop stencil and added hand written wordings fuzzy cut it and adhered to them.Added some stamped fuzzy cut flowers and heart to it.
Ninth-Made the pocket using old inviation and created bg with itsy bitsy stencil and tag is created using papericious pp and added butterfly stamped fuzzycut element to it.

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  1. This is so interesting... I've never done a pocket letter and I need to look into this, looks fun too! Thanks for entering our Stencil challenge at Country View Challenges with your lovely pocket letter.

  2. Very interesting project, indeed!!! Great stenciling!!! Thank you for joining the May Challenge of the Country View Challenges blog!!!

  3. Loved the neat look of this project u dared to take a ride with... And the detailed mentioning of your steps... Makes us proud... Thanks so much for playing ICRCSUM01!