How to Make Mixed Media Pocket Letters

Posted by Carisa Zglobicki

Pocket Letters are all the rage right now - using some Dylusions paints and sprays, I put a mixed media spin on pocket letters.

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Hi Blitsy Fans! Pocket letters are all the rage lately and I couldn't wait to use some of my favorite mixed media products to share with you just how easy these are to make and maybe you will get addicted to creating them like I have! If you love working in your art journals or creating ATC's, I think you will love making mixed media pocket letters like this one. One of the things I love most about sending pocket letters is that you get to share some your style with your creative friends as you add your favorite ribbons, washi tape, sequins, enamel dots and stamps in the little pockets. I thought another great way to share a part of your style is to create custom art as part of the background for the pockets. The Mixed Media Cardstock by Ranger is the perfect size for this. Pull out your favorite paints, ink sprays, stencils and stamps to get started. Let me show you how!

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Supplies

Ranger Mixed Media Cardstock

Liquitex Gesso

We R Memory Keepers Photo Sleeve

Ranger Dylusions Paints (Bubble Gum Pink, White Linen)

Ranger Dylusions Ink Sprays (Squeezed Orange, Lemon Zest)

Ranger - Dina Wakley Media - Cling Stamps - Positive Women

Ranger Archival Ink (Watering Can, Jet Black)

Prima Finnabair Sunrise Sunset Checker Stencil

Imagine Crafts irRESISTible Pico Embellisher (Electric Blue)

Baby Wipes

Paper Towels

Paper Trimmer

Washi Tape

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Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed this little twist on creating pocket letters using your favorite mixed media techniques. Be sure to join Blitsy's Secret Society on Facebook and share what you are working on with all of us!