How to Make a Sleigh Ride Christmas Pocket Letter

Combine a Card and Letter into one incredible Pocket Letter using the Bo Bunny Sleigh Ride I Want It All Bundle from www.FotoBella.com

How to Make a Sleigh Ride Christmas Pocket Letter
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From the Patterned Paper, select the images you want for your pockets.   Cut 9 at 2.5 x 3.5 inches. (You will need to cut the journaling cards down 1/4 inch on all sides to get the proper measurement)

From the Patterned Paper, select the images you want for your pockets. Cut 9 at 2.5 x 3.5 inches. (You will need to cut the journaling cards down 1/4 inch on all sides to get the proper measurement)

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I also used paper from the "Noteworthy" pack.  There are lots of cute images from which to choose. (Note:  If you wish to decorate the back of the pocket letter like I did, cut 18 rectangles)

I also used paper from the "Noteworthy" pack. There are lots of cute images from which to choose. (Note: If you wish to decorate the back of the pocket letter like I did, cut 18 rectangles)

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Cut 9 rectangles at 2.5 x 3.5 inches. (You will need to cut the journaling cards down 1/4 inch on all sides to get the proper measurement)

Cut 9 rectangles at 2.5 x 3.5 inches. (You will need to cut the journaling cards down 1/4 inch on all sides to get the proper measurement)

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Round the corners of the cards using a corner chomper

Round the corners of the cards using a corner chomper

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Slide your cards into a 9-pocket clear plastic pocket page. You can find these at www.FotoBella.com

Slide your cards into a 9-pocket clear plastic pocket page. You can find these at www.FotoBella.com

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Arrange your cards on the front of the pocket page  as desired

Arrange your cards on the front of the pocket page as desired

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Decorate the back of the pocket letter.

Decorate the back of the pocket letter.

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For the tiny letter insert, score one of the 6 x 3" papers at 2" and 4".  You will find this size in the Ephemera pack.

For the tiny letter insert, score one of the 6 x 3" papers at 2" and 4". You will find this size in the Ephemera pack.

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Trim one end of the rectangle into a point to create your tiny letter.

Trim one end of the rectangle into a point to create your tiny letter.

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Write a short note to the recipient, and use a paperclip for the closure

Write a short note to the recipient, and use a paperclip for the closure

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To make embellishments, make your selection from the Ephemera Pack,

To make embellishments, make your selection from the Ephemera Pack,

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Alpha stickers and Brads,

Alpha stickers and Brads,

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And the large Sticker sheet all make great embellishments!

And the large Sticker sheet all make great embellishments!

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Use scraps from your stash to make embellishments

Use scraps from your stash to make embellishments

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Here I made decorative clips using items from the Bundle!

Here I made decorative clips using items from the Bundle!

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The clip fits nicely inside one of the pockets!

The clip fits nicely inside one of the pockets!

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Here I created a little banner and adhered it to the outside of the pocket letter sleeve.

Here I created a little banner and adhered it to the outside of the pocket letter sleeve.

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I added a sticker to the outside of this pocket.  Cute!

I added a sticker to the outside of this pocket. Cute!

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Using the items in your bundle, continue decorating each pocket as desired.

Using the items in your bundle, continue decorating each pocket as desired.

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Decorate both the inside and outside of the pockets!

Decorate both the inside and outside of the pockets!

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Add a little wash tape to the side, tie a bow using the ribbons (included in the Bundle) and you are finished!  Find all of your supplies at www.FotoBella.com

Add a little wash tape to the side, tie a bow using the ribbons (included in the Bundle) and you are finished! Find all of your supplies at www.FotoBella.com

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You're ready to fold it up and mail it!  You can always substitute photos for patterned paper, your recipient would love that!      Tutorial by FotoBella Design Team Member ReNae

You're ready to fold it up and mail it! You can always substitute photos for patterned paper, your recipient would love that! Tutorial by FotoBella Design Team Member ReNae

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