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Happy Mail Pockets Tutorial | Making Fun Mail for my Subscribers!!

Thank you so much for joining me for this Happy Mail Pockets Tutorial | Making Fun Mail for my Subscribers!! Let's jump right in.

I had a lot of fun making these Happy Mail Pockets, I cut a beautiful pocket out of the Junk journal pattern paper from Craft O'clock and adhered the tabs together to make the pocket. I also cut out a bunch of the matching ephemera to add to the pockets.

To make them more personalized I also cut out the names of the ladies I am sending these to. I used a really fun die set for the names and some white glitter paper. All thats left is to fill the pocket with a bunch of fun Ephemera and goodies that can be enjoyed.

In side news, I opened my Etsy shop!! I have a discount code if anyone wants to order some of my Chunky Floral Alphabet stickers or anything else fun in my shop!! The Code is THANKYOU10 I hope you will give my shop a look and let me know what you think of the stickers!!

Thank you so much for taking this quick look at my Happy Mail Pockets Tutorial | Making Fun Mail for my Subscribers!!. If you would like a more in-depth look please check out the video below, I also have a complete supplies list in case you want to know exactly what I used. I hope to see you again very soon!!


Craft O'clock Spring Charm Album/Junk Journal paper pad

Craft O'clock Spring Charm Extra's paper pad

HammerMill Cardstock

Lawn Fawn Pearlescent Vellum

Score Buddy

Teflon bone folder

Tim Holtz Remanent Rub on tool

Tim Holtz Glass media mat

Tim Holtz paper trimmer

White Glitter Cardstock

Sizzix Sidekick

Tim Holtz Alphanumeric Theory

Pinch Bowls

We R Memory Keepers Crop a Dial

Cutterbee Scissors

Art Glitter glue

Fine Glue Tip

3mm scor-tape

Prima Marketing Aquarelle Dreams Acetate Ephemera

49th and Market Essential Filmstrips Pewter

49th and Market Essential Flimstrips Eggplant

49th and Market Essential Flimstrips Stone

Spellbinders Be Bold Blooms Dies

Grey Reverse Tweezers

Tim Holtz Craft Pick

Simon Says Stamp T-square ruler

Micheals Ephemera Holder

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