Thursday, April 28, 2016

Pocket Letter Article - GiveAway!

Oh Happy Day!  I received my new copy of Rubber Stamp Madness and the article on Pocket Letters is wonderful!  My pocket letter art takes up one entire page!


The article is 3 1/2 pages long talks about how pocket letters came to be and how stampers and mixed media artists have taken them in a new direction.  They asked me several questions first about pocket letters then about how I made the pocket letter shown!  I'm so happy that maybe it will spread this fun art to others.


Now for a give-away!  I subscribe to RSM so I actually got 2 issues...mine plus an artist copy so I have an extra to give-away!  

Would you like to win a copy for yourself? 

If so, simply post a comment telling us all if you've ever made a pocket letter or if you'd like to give it a try.  I will send not only the magazine but a few supplies (PL/Baseball Sleeves; Glassine Envies (to hold your goodies) and more!)

You have until 5-6-16 to post a comment to be entered to win!

Good Luck Everyone
and 
Happy Creating!


40 comments:

  1. Yes, I have made a few pocket letters. they are fun to make and fill with things for the receiver to use. thanks for the chance to win RSM issue.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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    1. Roni, congratulations on being published in RSM!

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  2. Congrats Roni, that is awesome!!

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  3. I've never seen Rubber Stamp Madness. It looks amazing! Absolutely love that you have been published there! kReN@afourthlife.blogspot.com

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  4. Oops! Forgot to tell you that I have two--not one but two--pocket letters starters in a pile. However, a "starter in a pile" means it is "in the works". I started one theme and then got sidetracked and then started another one. Thanks for the chance to win the issue with your article in it! You are famous, friend! kReN

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  5. I haven't made one yet, but it looks like fun!

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  6. Hi Roni. Congrats on being published. I can't get RSM here in Norway so would love to win a copy. I haven't made a pocket letter yet. I keep meaning to sit down and give it a go. Can't find those plastic pockets either!! But maybe if I make the letter I can figure out how to display it after. Thanks for the inspiration. HUgz

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  7. Congrats Roni! That's great news. I've never ever made pocket letters & wouls love to try.

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  8. Congrats on the article, Roni! It is so exciting to see your work in print, isn't it? I have not made any pocket letters yet but I do plan to give it a try! I keep forgetting to search out the baseball card sleeves at the craft store... I hope they carry them! Or, fingers crossed to win your prize then I will have some to start out with! :)

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  9. How fun these look to make, I have not made any. Congratulations on being published for these little goodies.

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  10. Congratulations on being published, again! I have loved your blog for a long time, and bought your book which has inspired me over & over. I had a lot of fun participating in your last Pocket Letters Challenge. If anyone has not done a Pocket Letter I highly advise it. The Pocket Letter I received in the Swap was totally amazing!

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  11. Congrats on being published!!! Lucky girl. Yep I've made a couple pocket letters now and love making them.illbe starting a.new one shortly I'm sure.
    Thanks for the chance hugs Nikki

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  12. Congrats on getting published. I have made a few pocket letters and even belong to a Facebook group. I love sending and receiving pocket letters all over the world. I have fun picking out goodies to put in the pockets too. This is a first with your group but hopefully not my last. Thanks for the opportunity to win in this context.

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  13. Congratulations on being published!! That must have been so exciting for you! I would love to try to create and trade pocket letters! Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  14. CONGRATS on being published Roni - that's marvelous. :-)
    Yes I make Pocket Letters now since you inspired me with your PL Swaps.... I was a Pocket Letter virgin before that point :-D LoL

    Hugz

    IKE xxxxxxxxxxx

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  15. Hi there, I haven't done any Pocket Letters yet, and your post with your beautiful page has inspired me to try this new (to me) art form, thanks

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  16. Congratulations Roni! What a lovely pocket letter...I love the stamps that you used on it. :) I have never done one, I missed the first swap you did on them, but want to sign up for the next one. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  17. How incredibly exciting to be featured in RSM!!! I love that magazine and I'm sure you are tickled pink to appear in there. I have not made a pocket letter yet, but have kicked around the idea a time or two and have seen a lot of fun ones out there on blogs. They remind me a lot of an themed ATC collection because of the size. I would love to win your extra issue of RSM so I can see your pocket letter up close.

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  18. Congratulations on being featured! I haven't made any pocket letters, but I really like yours. Thanks for the chance to win the magazine.

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  19. Congratulations! How exciting for you:) I made a pocket letter when you hosted the exchange. I didn't even know what one was before then! It was a lot of fun though!

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  20. Congrats on getting published! I've never tried pocket letters,mand the magazine would be the perfect starting point! Thanks lissag123@verizon.net

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  21. Congrats on being published! I have created several pocket letters and am about to start another one.
    Marilyn

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  22. Wonderful Pocket Letter Roni, Congratulations! I've made and swapped plenty and enjoy them very much :)
    Carolyn

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  23. I was tempted to join your swap- too busy with elderly parents in poor health.... But, I have never made Pocket letters- they look similar to 9 ATC's, and I have made ATC's many times before.... Congrats on your publication and love your Pocket Letters shown!

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  24. Congrats on your publication! I have not tried one yet, but think I will have to now that I see how cool yours was!

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  25. I have been wanting to make some pocket letters ever since I saw one. I don't enough about what you are to include in making them. I am sure your article on pocket letters would be so helpful. I would love to win this blog prize.

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  26. I think I would like to try this - something that would tell a story or perhaps a series that would belong together as well as tells a tale. Also let me add my congrats to you -gabriele

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  27. I would love to be able to see that publication in person. Way to go! I enjoy making and receiving pocket letters. It's like getting 9 ATC's all at once. What's not to love about that.

    Jerri



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  28. Yes I have made several sets of pocket letters for my group and participated in the last one you hosted. I'm so excited that you've decided to host another one. Would love the chance to win but if I don't I'll be happy for the winner. Thanks for being so generous with not only your supplies but your knowledge. Jeannie M

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  29. Roni Thank you and congratulations for being in RSM you deserve it! I love making pocket letters and am in your second swap for them also...such creative fun!Good luck to all for this fun giveaway!!!

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  30. would love a copy...bought a few items to try to start one but a bit intimidated, so this would be awesome. Thank you for the chance

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  31. Oh yes PLEASE... I've not seen this magazine before. A whole new thing to try besides die cuts and stamps.

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  32. I've not seen this magazine before. I would enjoy reading it. Congrats to you!!! I do stamping with dies and stamps. I also enjoy making mixed media ATC cards with friends. Thanks fir sharing your ideas.

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  33. I've never tried pocket letters, but it looks like fun. I like the small size. They don't look as hard as the big pages.

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  34. Congratulations on your page in the magazine ! I love pocket letters and AJP's. They are fun ! Mini works of art to trade. I like to make ATC cards also.

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  35. Congrats Roni! Awesome to be published again, and so well deserved. I have not yet made pocket letters, but it's on my to do list. I would be over the moon if I was the lucky recipient of your generous prize. I've never had a copy of RSM before. Would love to share with my stamping friends. Thanks for your generosity and many hugs from South Africa. Moz

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  36. I have never done a pocket page swap so I signed up for your Spring Swap. Mine is about ready to go in the mail. Thanks for all your work you do on your Blog.

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  37. I have never made a pocket letter, but it is on my list of projects to complete sometime this year. I love the ones you've made and the others you have shared on the blog. I'd love to win this magazine--sounds like just the inspiration and information I need to get me started. Pocket letters also sound like a good way to send some of my stash to someone else! Thanks for the chance to win, Roni! And congratulations on being published!!!

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  38. I have made a few pocket letters and they are so much fun! I would love to see your article and get some inspiration pocket letters! I definitely plan to make more to surprise my crafty friends! Thanks for an awesome giveaway!

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