A Flying Mini Pocket Letter!

Hi BPM Fans!

We're nearly to the end of another month but you still have time to play along in our "Things with Wings" challenge this month!


Why not make your own "flying" mini pocket letter following my quick and easy instructions and link up to the challenge!

Supplies:
Blank Page Muse Stamps: "Heart of Nature Butterflies Bees" designed by Donna Gray
Blank Page Muse Stamps: "Happy Day Llama" designed by Pam Bray
3 Pocket Card Sleeve (cut a strip from a 9 pocket sleeve)
3 x Black ATC Size Base Cards
3 x Kraft Card cut slightly smaller than the black ATC's
White Card and Black Ink Pad
Ink Pads
Honeycomb Pattern Stencil 
Tools: sewing machine, double sided tape, paper cutter, sponge, scissors, glue, embellishments, fibres, washi tape, charms etc.

Instructions:
Cut your card to size for your pockets.


Add some washi tape to the "spine" of your pocket card sleeve and add some string/fibres and little charms in keeping with the theme to the "hole" in the spine as shown below.


Start with your smaller Kraft cards and use the stencil, brown ink and sponge to stencil the cards. Adhere these stenciled cards to your ATC black backing cards and use your sewing machine to create a fancy edge.


Stamp the large "Bee" from the Heart of Nature Set onto the scrap kraft card and fussy cut. This will be the focal image of the mini pocket letter. Stamp your sentiment onto scrap kraft card also and cut or tear out.


Slip the ATC's into the pocket, adhere the main images to the front of the pockets, add some sparkly gems and your mini pocket letter is completed!



Thanks for joining me today - hope you can make some creative time for yourself to have a play!

Sharon



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