How to make a pocket letter with the “Fresh Air” kit

Hi again, gorgeous peeps! It’s Essie here again with a project using the divinely light and breezy ‘Fresh Air‘ kit.

This time I thought I’d show you how I make a pocket letter. These are one of my favourite things to create because they connect me with my crafty friends. We use them to send words, stories, and treats to each other, and they just bring me so much joy both to send and to receive.

I like my pocket letters to have a really clean, curated look, and working with a kit is the perfect way to achieve that. Let me show you:


Here are a few stills for a closer look:

Have you ever sent or received a pocket letter? I’d encourage you to choose a Paislee Press kit and give it a try!

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