When the organizer of the monthly pocket letter swap on the forums at Scrapbook.com announced that one of the themes for June was fairies, I knew I wanted to participate this month. I’d had so much fun making my fairy theater shrine, I wanted to keep playing with Graphic 45’s new Fairie Wings collection. So I signed up.
I used both Graphic 45 fairy collections, Fairie Dust and Fairie Wings. Fairie Dust was from last year I believe, and no longer available. But I wanted to have plenty of fairies to make all nine pockets, so I used both.
For my four corner pockets, I used four different Memory Box/Poppystamps dies to cut a woodsy window into a piece of green paper from the collection. I used foam tape to make the scenes more dimensional. Fussy-cut fairies, flowers and toadstools were used to create my little fairy scenes. (Click the images to enlarge.)
For the other four outside pockets, I just layered pieces cut from the paper pads with a few chipboard and ephemera elements. More foam tape gave these pockets some dimension as well.
Finally, for the center, I simply used hot glue to adhere two chipboard pieces as my centerpiece. The center circle was also popped up using foam tape.
Thanks for stopping by! If you have any questions, just leave a comment and I’ll get back to you!