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Happiest Memorial Day to Everyone in the USA

Thanks to all who have served to keep us safe and free!

Get Ready for JUNE

We will be dedicating the month to pocket pages.  Our special guest will be Janette Lane who will share her story of success with Pocket Letter Pals tm.

We will be providing free collages for those who participate in our SWAP led by our Pocket Page Pro, Corrine Marie.    And then a random prize drawing of a Pocket Page Kit to one of the participants.

Watch for details on our Facebook pages and here on the blog.  

If you are not a member of our Facebook pages or our newsletter please join us to make sure you get all the details to participate and  win!

I was so impressed by Debi's latest video I wanted to do a rerun for you

Debi makes metal and paper work together so beautifully!

Have a wonderful weekend!


  1. I love Pocket Pages! I will be looking for more information ♥

  2. Good for Janette, being a trend setter!! Her videos are easy to watch and she is very enthusiastic about her Pocket Letters. It will be nice to have her share with us.

  3. June is going to be a very exciting month, and I cannot wait to see all the pocket pages everyone creates. And a Happy Memorial Day and a million thanks to all those who have served to protect us and our freedom!


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