Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Club Scrap Transformations Blog Hop

Welcome to Club Scrap's September - Transformations Blog Hop!  This month's kit - Transformations is so beautiful.  I love everything from the colors to the stamps right down to the smallest embellishments.  It's just perfect!


So this month I wanted to make something that I have fallen in love with recently...a Pocket Letter!  I just love making these little devils.  The concept behind them is a new way to send notes, quotes and goodies to a friend.  You can save and collect them in any 3 ring binder. Since this kit has such inspiring quotes I thought it would be perfect!

I started off by choosing various papers to use for each block and then I added a bit of stamping, embellishments, quotes and a few other bits to each card.  Everything you see comes with the kit with the exception of the peacock feather, twine and real bamboo pieces. They were in my stash but I thought they fit the theme very well.



Once I had finished up the front side of my pocket letter it was time to fill it up!  I added several embellishments from the kit, a few "cut apart" pieces, some fun woven jute (from my stash), tea and lifesavers.


I then folded and trussed it up so nothing would fall out and my pocket letter is ready to be mailed! 

Who's it going to???  Well, that's to be determined....maybe it'll be in the mail to you.  To be entered to win, simply leave a comment and I'll toss your name in to the hat. Please be sure to leave me some way to contact you in case you don't see your name announced. 

You have until 10-6-15 to enter.

When I was cleaning up I noticed I had lots of smaller left-overs from this and other projects I've made this month so I decided rather than just stuff them in my scrap box I'd make some cards first.


Rock On Dude!


and the inside 
(since many of you have asked to see how I finish the inside of cards)


This is a long skinny card that fits into a standard business size envelope.


and it's inside.  I like these cards because there is so much
space for writing a note inside.


And finally one more...


with just a bit of bamboo stamped on the inside.


Well that's all I have for you this month.
I hope you've been inspired to create...
your next creative stop on the hop is...


if you get lost along the way you can always find the complete list here - 

29 comments:

  1. Hi Roni, your pocket letter looks like a winner and I would be proud to receive it. I just put together to pocket letters for my S-I-L and niece that will go out in the mail later this week. what fun!
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  2. Hello Roni,I have seen these pocket letters popping up lately and was thinking about it too. Yours is beautiful. Please put my name on your list!
    Your cards came all out lovely as well.

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  3. Well, Roni, isn't this just so super special. I have only been recently introduced to pocket letters and think they are such a cool idea. I love how you trussed yours all up with the sheer ribbons. :) thanks for sharing how it all came together. Awesome work!!

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  4. Those pocket letters look like so much fun to create, give and receive! Thanks for sharing the project and cards this month!

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  5. So pretty and what a lovely use of the wonderful Transformations papers.

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  6. Hi Roni! Anytime you have a give-away it is definitely worth entering, so count me in! Love this gorgeous pocket letter! The cards are fabulous too! Have a great day!

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  7. Thank you for thinking of us for those pretty little gifts! Great idea.
    Love your cards.

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  8. The Transformations kit is so pretty, especially the nautilus sea shell stamp and the stack of stones. And I love all the wonderful projects you make with it. Thanks for the opportunity to win your lovely pocket letter. :)

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  9. Innovative and delightful. I think my sister would like a pocket letter.

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  10. How fun! I don't think I've seen the Pocket Letter phenomenon. Thanks for the explanation and tutorial!

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  11. Great project and cards! Love the pocket letter! !

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  12. Oh so clever, thanks for introducing me to the Pocket Letters, very nice!

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  13. Pocket letter looks wonderful, I have only made the one for the swap we did at August retreat, they sure are fun!

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  14. Love your pocket page! I have been wanting to try my hand at them but haven't done so yet. You are inspiring me to gee it a try! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  15. I had heard of pocket letters but had never actually seen one - I love the way you packaged it at the end!

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  16. Hi Roni,
    This is such a beautiful idea which I am going to try. I have a friend who is moving back to the UK to live. I will really miss here and I have been thinking about something special to make for her............AND this will be it. Thank you for the inspiration just at the right time.

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  17. just WOOOOOW. beautiful!
    Helena

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  18. Recently I subscribed to your Blog, because I just love the things you make.
    As I'm a real Artist Trading Card fan, I would love to receive your great cards in the form of the new hype: Pocket Letters!
    greetings, Trix from the Netherlands [confettiny_53@yahoo.com]

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  19. Just started sending Pocket Letters and I am addicted! They are so much fun. When I receive one it's like Christmas morning!! Would LOVE to receive yours! In any case, it is a feast for the eyes- THANK YOU :-)
    Donna

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  20. Oh Roni, You have so improved on mine. Your winner will love it. But all the items you make are so fun and beautiful at the same time.
    Hugs from the Oregon coast,
    Diana

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  21. Roni, I can't tell you how many of your posts I have pinned and book marked. You are so inspirational. Yesterday I ad to rush to get me a gelli plate I was so inspired after reading your posts. I am working back from latest to oldest and I tell you, your blog rocks. Thank you from Francesca, Australia.

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    1. had, not ad...sorry...I am usually literate!

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  22. I've seen more and more about pocket letters lately --- our August Retreaters even did a swap. I wasn't sure exactly what to expect, but what a clever concept! Yours is just lovely, and anyone would be lucky to receive it. Great "scrap" cards, too!

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  23. I have not seen this - I must be living under those rocks!!! I am all over this. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. I forgot to leave my email - melanie803@aol.com
      Thanks for the chance to win!

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  24. Enter Me Please...and win or not I still consider us pals!

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