Memory Keeping

Pocket pages are a great way to scrapbook—you can use small details mixed with photos and journaling to add interest without putting in a lot of work! Preserving your memories this way is super easy and it’s fun for both avid crafters and for people who are just starting out.

As you craft, don’t be afraid to figure out different ways to use cards and stickers. That’s what we did with the Texture Chic Memories & More Card Pack in our scrapbook pages. We cut out sentiments from the cards and used them to decorate our pages. Then we took a few stickers, placed them sticky side up, and dabbed them with an Embossing Buddy. This deactivated the sticker and allowed us to adhere them to our pages with Stampin’ Dimensionals. We loved the personal touch that this gave to our pages.

We also used the Season of Chic Die Set to die cut a few leaves from the Memories & More cards. After adhering them to our pages, we used the fine tip of an Early Espresso Stampin’ Write Marker to jot down a few memories from the day. We thought the gold accents of the Memories & More kit added the right amount of shine to finish the project (but you can always add more embellishments)!

We love scrapbooking with pocket pages because they can be as simple or as complex as we wanted them to be. Plus, our photos can be the focal point of our project while still finding subtle ways to add interest. Now it’s your turn! Use our pages as an example or create some pages that are all your own!

Published by vandacreations

Just love to make greeting cards and other paper art and crafts! Having lots of fun, too much maybe? Teaching and inspiring others to be creative is my other love so here's my way to share!

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