Buenos Dias my lovely friends. Happy Friyay!  I’m back to share my creation. If you follow me on Instagram you’ve already seen the final product. Tada! Isn’t it lovely?


Lets get a closer look at some of the pockets. I will list the supplies I used and where you can get them at the end of the post. 17799054_10154610252497569_2613499813294889198_n17795906_10154610207287569_775715806546651754_nWinston the succulent is the cutest. When I saw the little glasses I remembered I had the perfect stamp set for this. I put a little bow on the succulent and turned the little dude into a planner girl.  I ran with the theme and continued to dig in my craft room for some planner related stickers



I found some page flags that had similar colors to the printable and background paper. That boarder stamp was a perfect touch. Come on look at the little faces on the plants. LOL

17796400_10154610207172569_2673707077797918487_nI  used this boarder die to do some layering and simply stapled it all together with my tiny attacher.

17800083_10154610207167569_2872449274677492104_nI  added a wood veneer reindeer (Target Dollar Spot)  and button (Hobby Lobby)

17799420_10154610207292569_1711816976107632564_nI decorated the side with washi (sticker pack & michaels)and vintage rick rack trim. That was the last of my vintage trim in that color 27-512.  I picked up a bag of vintage rick rack at a thrift store a few years back. It was a gallon size ziploc bag for .50.  Yes girls fifty cents. I was so excited when I found it.

and finally the shaker pocket. The beautiful shaker pocket we all love. We all love them right? It’s not just me?  I used my fuse tool for this one. You don’t have to but I wanted to add a little something to my PL. I mixed yellow and blue sequins. Closed it up with thin washi tape. I added a few enamel dots (dollar tree) to the bottom corner shaker and a pretty flower sticker for the finish.  I went back in each pocket and put some planner related goodies in each. Planner clips, stickers, tags and some die cut boarders I punched out myself.

supplies used:

I hope you enjoyed looking at the pocket letter I created. If you’d like to follow me on social media you can find me on Instagram at @craftysusanita or on YouTube craftysusanita You can purchase the printable designs from www.pocketlettershop.com and use my code SUZYQ10 for 10% off your purchase and grab a free Pocket Letter® checklist to get yourself started!

Thanks for reading! Hasta Luego!


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