Here is my version of a Pocket Letter™. I left this fairly flat, (no dimension) which is so unlike me, but if you want to mail it, it might be wise to do so. Folded up, this will fit into a #10 envelope.
These pockets will hold paper that measures 2-1/2" x 3-1/2", just like an ATC or sports trading card. I first used the cream Paper ATC Cardstock Pack as my base for each of my little pocket treasures. Next, I printed my digital images and cut them to ATC size. Some images were fussy cut and adhered to the base images. I distressed the edges of all papers with the Ranger Blending Tool and Brilliance Coffee Bean ink pad. I used the Forest Green Silks acrylic glaze to color the German Scrap orners, and hit the high spots with the Delicata Golden Glitz ink pad.
On the back, I used these illuminated letters from, I believe, a retired Mailbox Muse kit, called Alphapalooza. Funny thing, I was able to spell my name with the letters on this collage sheet. So I decided to use them as my signature. In the two remaining pockets, I added a few trinkets to give to my recipient, a couple of flattened bottle caps, some light bulb safety pins, and some wooden game pieces, all available from Altered Pages
Altered Pages Supplies used:
Collage Sheets: Pocket Quotes 2365; Wine for Dinner; Time Collage Backgrounds; An Assortment; 2091 New Year's Revelry; Alphapalooza (Retired Mailbox Muse Kit)
Protector Pages for ATCs
Paper ATC Cardstock Packs (cream)
Delicata Golden Glitz ink pad
Brilliance Coffee Bean ink pad
Ranger Blending Tool
German Scrap (corners)
Kraft Paper Clocks
Light Bulb safety pins
Other supplies used:
ColourArte Silks: Forest Green
Here is a basic tutorial, in case you are wondering what Pocket Letters are.