I used papers from Michaels Recollections stack...love the Gold foil backgrounds and Owl and Moon and the pumpkins... and the confetti that were in the test tubes from Michaels... Silver and Purple And Black bats in one test tube and then the other white skulls,orange and black pumpkins in two other test tubes and the last one black spiders in the the test tubes. And I have so much confetti left in the test tubes for others and shakers plus save for next spooky season...lol
Here go the front and back views of my Halloween Pocket letter.
I went walking outside with my lovely fur baby today. I saw all the leaves that are changing colors and falling to the grass. I decided to take some Nature inside with me, so I picked some up. Decided to send these to the pal who doesn't get to see the colors change on the leaves, she lives down south in FL. :) I got her pocket letter in the other day. :-) So, I figure I'd fuse the leaves to preserve them and easily send them down with the Pocket Letter.
I used some "Indian Corn" embossing powder on the bottom right corner that I cut out with my Eclips machine. The other embossing powder is Opalite Black, which has gold and different kinds of glitter to really make the leave look like it changed different colors. :) I used my favorite Vellum there that is the center pocket... It has gold embossed leaves on the reddish vellum color.
I tuck some goodies in the back, the paper is double sided with nice design on the back. The paper is from K& Company designer "Tim Coffeey".. His old Fall theme designer paper. :) Hope she likes. :)
I made this Postcard with my We R Memory Keepers Fuse tool... I put a little shaker shakers things inside before I fused it all. I stamped and embossed some leaves and wrote a little note on the back, and sprayed it with some color mists.
I made this plp for a really good friend (my mucker sister) :-) We decided to do a Tea Theme plp I hope she likes it. I'm posting here. Will post over on Fb when she receives it. Which if I mail out tomorrow, she may get it on Saturday. She lives about an hour half away up the ole' turn pike...lol
The first top pic is the back of the pocket letter pal. And the second bottom pic is the front of the Pocket Letter. I using my rubberstamps for these pocket letters.
Made this for a partner of mine, we are doing "Q & A No Goodie Swap". Everyone seems to be so fixated on packing their back pockets and not worrying about the real fun of a "Pocket Letter Pal" which is the letter.
In this one, I wrote up some questions and answered them and tucked them in the pockets. This is my second swap like this I have done. This is so much fun and interesting and getting to know people.
I am sending this off to another pal. She sent me the most beautiful 4th July Pocket Letter theme. I haven't done a Beach theme until today. I worked on it and used my favorite line of paper which is by Tim Coffey Specialty Paper " Travel... It's the Beach theme and all the 3 D stickers and all the pretties. I love it.
I did the back and also used Jolee's stickers that I thought were cute. I have a baggie of goodies for her along with a letter. I didn't want to cover any of this up, so no goodies are in the pockets... lol :-D.
Made this for a Plp of mine and she wanted to do a color theme plp. She wanted Turquoise and I wanted Purple (yep, love purple) Not going to send this until August 12th. The background paper is Turquoise and Silver (whole sheet glitter) got the stack at Hobby Lobby. The glitter is solid and will not come off. Love this paper. I think it looks pretty good. I used everything here in my stash the is Turquoise and similar to that color. I used my 123 Punch Board from We R Memory Keepers to make the bow. I attached the bow with a pearl turquoise brad. Hope she like it.
The back of the plp in the bottom left hand corner isn't from a die, rather than from using my Sizzix Eclips machine. (Same kind of electric machines as the other brands out there on the market)
"Fused Shaker made with We R Memory Keepers "Fuse Tool"..... wooooo hoooo...
I used one of my ole' rubberstamps- Zip Lock baggie and some flower stamps. I gold embossed the Zip Lock baggie rs and used some of my Color Bursts for the flower background and then gold embossed the top of the flowers with the outline stamp.
Then I found my old ruler (for scrapbooking) and it has the double edge,remember how you could hold the edge of the paper and tear to get the look of this ruler... :D anywho... This is how I got my edge all the way around the shaker with the fuse tool and ruler. I think it turned out pretty neeto...lol