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POCKET LETTERS & STENCIL 1


 
 
Pocket Letters created by Janette Lane visit her HERE.
 
 
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  1. Hi Everyone and thanks for looking!! If you are at all interested in being a Pocket Letter Pal here is my email:
    mscorinnemarie@hotmail.com Would love to have a few more PLP's and see your pocket letters in person!
    Happy creating!!

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    1. You did such a beautiful job!!! Can't wait to swap with you!

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  2. I haven't heard of pocket letters. It was interesting to learn about them. Sounds like a great way to share your creativeness with others! Great video Corinne!

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  3. Such Fun, we will include Pocket Altered Pages in our Mailbox Muse Spring Kit!!!

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  4. Never heard of these, either. TFS all about them. Sounds like a fun way to keep in touch with your artsy pals. Loved the video!

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  5. I am very interested♥ I like the idea of Pocket Pages.

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  6. Awesome Jackie....they are very fun and addicting!

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  7. How fun Corrine!! Thanks so much for the share! Love those Pinks!!

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