Monday, February 15, 2016

Challenge #21 ATC Pocket Letters - more inspiration

Challenge #21 ATC Pocket Letters

Our challenge is well underway and as mentioned previously we will be changing things up a little here and sharing projects and inspiration when the challenge starts and also mid way through the month. 

A reminder that our challenge this month is ATC Pocket Letters. Pocket Letters are very popular, and there are various trading groups out there, trading all around the world. A pocket letter is essentially a decorated pen pal letter using a 9-pocket trading card sleeve. You create ATC's fill each pocket with an ATC and some goodies, a letter, or anything else you like. Here is a link to a Youtube video explaining in more detail what they are. 

If you do not have the plastic storage sleeve or want to include goodies as for an actual pocket letter trade, please just show your 9 ATCs.

Please go the previous #21 challenge post to add your projects. But before you go .... check out some more the inspiration from our Design Team : 

Shari has used Party Dogs, Party Cats and Misc Words by Lost Coast Designs :

Nikki has used Day of the Dead Stamps from Lost Coast Designs, Black Nose Sugar Skull and Three Small Skulls 

If you enjoy Pocket Letter trades, please share your make with us, via the linkz tool at the Challenge Post HERE.


  1. Wow - these are wonderful. Pocket letters are quite fun!! You are all so talented. j.

  2. I love this! The party cats are my favourite! They make me laugh!

  3. Both pocket letters are brilliant, funny and inspirational.

  4. Love the party cats! Love the background on the sugar skull So!


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