So I found out. The 'pocket page' is actually one of those nine-section baseball card collector protector pages. Each pocket contains an ATC that you make for your partner, and then you fill the back of the pockets with anything you like (stickers, tea bags, a note, washi tape samples, pictures, etc.) A short note or letter is included and tucked into one of the pockets. I've noticed that the majority of what people send are small crafting notions and supplies. Just little bits and bobs that are interesting and fun to receive. A short note or letter is included and tucked into one of the pockets.
Then the Pocket Letter is folded up and sent in a standard 10 size envelope.
So, I was assigned Tammy van Erp as a partner, which was exciting because I really love her style of work and knew I would love the ATC's I received from her. Not too greedy, am I?
Well, today it made its long lonely journey from Canada to Connecticut and I found it in the post ... and I just love it! Here is a photo of the Pocket Pal Letter as it arrived ...
This is the back with all the goodies that she sent along with the ATC's...
Here are individual photos of the ATC's ... be sure to click on them so you get a larger image and can see the details more clearly!
If you'd like to see what I made for Tammy, she made a video of herself receiving and unpacking it (instead of taking photos - she's an over-achiever LOL), you can see it here:
So, that's what the heck all the fuss about Pocket Pal Letters is about!
Now, go make something beautiful!
(¸.•´♥ Tristan ♥