Monday, May 4, 2015

Scrapping My Stash - Pocket Page Style

Just when I thought I was getting into a routine with working full-time while the kiddos were in school, LIFE happened again.  I am suddenly, unexpectedly homeschooling two of my kids and find myself with less time to do traditional layouts.  I've been wanting to start "Project Life" style layouts and National Scrapbooking Day gave me the perfect reason to start.

Every May I donate a card-making party to charity.  This year, the party fell on National Scrapbooking Day, so I decided to document our photos from the last party to show them.   I create 3 cards as templates for the ladies and they always add their own personality to them. The girls had a great time, stamping, inking, and die-cutting.

 I really like being to able add dimensional embellies to these pockets.

You really don't have to buy the pocket pages supplies; you can use what you have on hand.  I took a bunch of journaling cards and cut them down to size, and layered them with scrapbook paper, and a scalloped edge envelope.  With only 30 minutes start to finish (printing and cutting photos and pulling out supplies) I think I can get do some serious memory-keeping done with this method, look out!

Materials used:
Journaling Cards: Mambo card-making kit
Wood Veneer Embellishments: Recollections
Washi Tape: Recollections

Thanks for stopping by!

Hugs, Kimberly


  1. Kimberly, thanks for sharing your project and I love the way you used non-traditional ways to fill the smaller sleeves with buttons and wood veneers.



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