Make it Monday - Pieces and Patterns Edition

Lisa Henderson demonstrator memories Memories & More paper pocket scrapbook Stamp & Create Stamp & Create with Lisa Stamp and Create with Lisa Stampin' Up! Stampin' Up! Canada stamps

Hello Everyone!

Welcome to Make It Monday!  I hope you have all had a great long weekend!  I know we have.  Lots of catching up, toddler snuggles, and crafting :)

Today I thought I would share a Pocket Scrapbooking page that I did.  You can use the new Memories & More card sets, or you can use your Designer Series Paper and make your own cards like I did here!  It's lots of fun--and as an added bonus you can create a matching 12x12 scrapbook page.

1.  To start, grab a pocket page.  Cut 2 pieces of Sahara Sand cardstock to 3x4".  Cut a 3x4" piece of the Emerald Envy pattern and the camera pattern in the Pick A Pattern Designer Series Paper.

2.  Stamp the camera on a piece of Whisper White in Basic Black Ink.  Stamp the Hello There in Crushed Curry ink.  Cut out both.  Colour the camera using the Sahara Sand marker.  Adhere the Crushed Curry stamped piece to the Emerald Envy pattern.  Adhere the camera using dimensionals.  Insert the card into the pocket.

3.  Take one of the Sahara Sand piece.  Stamp the Bear from the Pieces & Patterns stampset in Basic Black.  Colour in using the Sahara Sand Marker.  Add journalling using the Basic Black marker [Tip: These markers have 2 tips, 1 for writing, and 1 for stamping/colouring.  Use the thinner tip to complete the journalling]. Insert the card into the pocket.

4.  Insert the camera piece.

5.  Stamp the year using the large number stamps in Sahara Sand ink on the Sahara Sand cardstock.  Stamp the banner using the Labeler stampset in Basic Black on Crushed Curry cardstock (approx. 1/2 x 3" piece, notched at one end).  Adhere to the Sahara Sand card.  Insert the card into the pocket.

6.  Insert your photos, and add to your albums!


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  • Amanda on

    So adorable! That paper is cute.

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