Simple, Easy 9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout | Featuring Backyard BBQ by Paislee Press

Hi friends! I'm back today to share a fun, easy layout I created recently using the new Backyard BBQ collection from Paislee Press.  This awesome summer kit was perfect for documenting one of our favorite new traditions - grilling dinner outside on the deck in the evenings.  First of all, I adore evening light. Secondly, I love our outdoor space and the homey feel it has. Third, I love spending time with my amazing hubs and our cute puppy. 

For my pages, I kept it super simple. I added some journaling to a card I made using the word art from the collection and printed a few other journal cards from the same collection. I fussy cut a couple of the phrases and added them to my journal cards using foam tape. Wham! Bam! Done!

Simple, Easy 9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout | Featuring Backyard BBQ by Paislee Press
Simple, Easy 9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout | Featuring Backyard BBQ by Paislee Press
Simple, Easy 9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout | Featuring Backyard BBQ by Paislee Press
Simple, Easy 9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout | Featuring Backyard BBQ by Paislee Press

You can see more of my annual 2016 Pocket Page Album here.

Products Used:  Journal Cards and Kit by Paislee Press | Oh Yum Wood Veneer by Color Cast Designs

#LittleSummerJoy 2016 | A DIY Mini Album Celebrating Summer (via LittlePaperProjects.com)

Hi friends! 

Do you love taking on new projects?  I do! I love the challenge of thinking outside the box, digging into something creative and pushing myself to try something new. This year, when LittlePaperProjects.com announced they were returning with #LittleSummerJoy and challenging us to create a traveler's notebook style mini album, I was so excited!  I've done traditional scrapbooking in the past, along with my pocket pages but hadn't ever really created something in book format.  So I decided to challenge myself to see what I could create.

My initial goal was to use supplies on hand from stash so my project would be budget friendly.  With summer being a really busy time for us, I wanted to keep my project simple so I could create and finish the project in a couple of weeks. Lastly, I wanted to make certain I took time to journal and really record the things that mattered - the memories, the thoughts and the feelings of this summer.

You can see the first few pages of my DIY traveler's notebook here and below are images from the rest of my project. At the bottom of this post are my thoughts on the project including what I learned and what I loved about the project. 

#LittleSummerJoy 2016 | A DIY Mini Album by Mandy Elliott, Turquoise Avenue Celebrating Summer (via LittlePaperProjects.com)
#LittleSummerJoy 2016 | A DIY Mini Album by Mandy Elliott, Turquoise Avenue Celebrating Summer (via LittlePaperProjects.com)

Products Used:  Turquoise Paper from Felicity Jane Studio | Stripe Paper from Midnight Collection Paper Pad by Becky Higgins | Remember This journal card by Paislee Press

 
#LittleSummerJoy 2016 | A DIY Mini Album by Mandy Elliott, Turquoise Avenue Celebrating Summer (via LittlePaperProjects.com)
#LittleSummerJoy 2016 | A DIY Mini Album by Mandy Elliott, Turquoise Avenue Celebrating Summer (via LittlePaperProjects.com)
#LittleSummerJoy 2016 | A DIY Mini Album by Mandy Elliott, Turquoise Avenue Celebrating Summer (via LittlePaperProjects.com)

Products Used:  Digital Stamps from Summer Notes available in my shop |  Find Your Happy Place digital word art by Digital Design Essentials |  Hombre journal card by Little Lamm & Co. | Paper by Felicity Jane Studio

 

#LittleSummerJoy 2016 | A DIY Mini Album by Mandy Elliott, Turquoise Avenue Celebrating Summer (via LittlePaperProjects.com) featuring designs by One Little Bird.
#LittleSummerJoy 2016 | A DIY Mini Album by Mandy Elliott, Turquoise Avenue Celebrating Summer (via LittlePaperProjects.com) featuring cork stickers from Turquoise Avenue's Shop.
#LittleSummerJoy 2016 | A DIY Mini Album by Mandy Elliott, Turquoise Avenue Celebrating Summer (via LittlePaperProjects.com) featuring designs by One Little Bird.

Products Used:   Paper by Felicity Jane Studio | Scoop digital elements by One Little Bird | Ice cream cork sticker via Sweet Summertime available in my shop.

 

#LittleSummerJoy 2016 | A DIY Mini Album by Mandy Elliott, Turquoise Avenue Celebrating Summer (via LittlePaperProjects.com) featuring designs by Paislee Press.
#LittleSummerJoy 2016 | A DIY Mini Album by Mandy Elliott, Turquoise Avenue Celebrating Summer (via LittlePaperProjects.com) featuring designs by Paislee Press.
#LittleSummerJoy 2016 | A DIY Mini Album by Mandy Elliott, Turquoise Avenue Celebrating Summer (via LittlePaperProjects.com) featuring designs by Paislee Press.
#LittleSummerJoy 2016 | A DIY Mini Album by Mandy Elliott, Turquoise Avenue Celebrating Summer (via LittlePaperProjects.com) featuring designs by Paislee Press.

Products Used:    6x8 Faves Template , Circle Stamp and elements by Paislee Press | Paper from Felicity Jane | Acrylic heart by Color Cast Designs

#LittleSummerJoy 2016 | A DIY Mini Album by Mandy Elliott, Turquoise Avenue Celebrating Summer (via LittlePaperProjects.com) featuring designs by One Little Bird and Turquoise Avenue.
#LittleSummerJoy 2016 | A DIY Mini Album by Mandy Elliott, Turquoise Avenue Celebrating Summer (via LittlePaperProjects.com) featuring designs by One Little Bird and Turquoise Avenue.
#LittleSummerJoy 2016 | A DIY Mini Album by Mandy Elliott, Turquoise Avenue Celebrating Summer (via LittlePaperProjects.com) featuring designs by One Little Bird and Turquoise Avenue.
#LittleSummerJoy 2016 | A DIY Mini Album by Mandy Elliott, Turquoise Avenue Celebrating Summer (via LittlePaperProjects.com) featuring designs by One Little Bird and Turquoise Avenue.

Products Used:  Soleil paper, elements and journal cards by One Little Bird.  | Love and heart stickers by Felicity Jane

While the class at LittlePaperProjects.com is still on going, I had to wrap up my project early (check back here on Aug. 1 for a big announcement!) due to some other responsibilities and time constraints.  I have never really been a fan of the summer months but doing this class has given me a greater appreciation for the summer months and the little moments of togetherness, adventure and excitement that each day brings. I also love the community surrounding this project/class. So many talented, wonderful creatives coming together and building each other up while encouraging each other to find daily joy is truly amazing.

In doing the project, I had so much fun layering paper and adding crazy embellishments.  I really enjoyed that I could create hybrid pages as well by printing my journaling and using digital elements from my favorite designers. I wanted to bind my album and insert it into my 6x8 three ring binder... HOWEVER, I first had trouble with self binding since my pages were thick and the book became quite large. Second, I found that I personally couldn't escape the idea of wanting to protect those pages and memories from fingerprints and smudges. So, instead of binding my book, out came the 6x8 full sleeve page protectors and in went each lovingly created page of my #LittleSummerJoy album! Surprised? Probably not.  I just felt so much better having my work protected, even if it didn't "look" exactly how I had wanted it to! In the end, it's not a traveler's notebook, but it is lovingly created pages of memories I'll cherish from this summer and to me, that is all that matters.

I'd love to hear how your project is coming along! Leave me a comment below with your thoughts and a link to your project!

Simple, Easy Scrapbooking | 9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook layout by Turquoise Avenue featuring designs by One Little Bird.

I take a lot of pictures.  Most memory keepers do. I believe it somehow just a part of who we are. I always love to look through my photos after a trip and figure out which ones tell the best story. At the same time, I enjoy choosing photos that are just pretty. Whenever that happens, I end up needing to incorporate a lot of photos into a spread. That is when I make use of an insert. My inserts range from all different sizes, just depending on how many photos and cards I want to fit.

Simple, Easy Scrapbooking | 9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook layout by Turquoise Avenue featuring designs by One Little Bird.

This spread from a day trip we took is the perfect example of this concept.  I had so many photos I wanted to fit, I just couldn't help myself! I ended up with FOUR 9x12 pages and a 6x12 insert.  When coordinating this layout, I chose cards and elements from the One Little Bird store, selecting designs that brought out the historical aspect of my photos. I am very happy with the outcome of this spread.

 

Simple, Easy Scrapbooking | 9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook layout by Turquoise Avenue featuring designs by One Little Bird.
Simple, Easy Scrapbooking | 9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook layout by Turquoise Avenue featuring designs by One Little Bird.
Simple, Easy Scrapbooking | 9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook layout by Turquoise Avenue featuring designs by One Little Bird.
Simple, Easy Scrapbooking | 9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook layout by Turquoise Avenue featuring designs by One Little Bird.
Simple, Easy Scrapbooking | 9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook layout by Turquoise Avenue featuring designs by One Little Bird.
Simple, Easy Scrapbooking | 9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook layout by Turquoise Avenue featuring designs by One Little Bird.

Products Used: One Little Bird Designs - Woodridge journal cards and elements, the Era Of journal cards and elements | Design F Page Protectors by Becky Higgins Project Life (trimmed and Fused)

Exploring Weekend | 9x12 Hybrid Pocket Page Spread with Insert, featuring designs by One Little Bird - Simple, easy scrapbooking!

Give me a day off work, a little food and a chance to explore and I'm one happy gal!

My favorite past time is just hanging out. Not particularly doing anything aside from exploring, taking photos and enjoying life. This particular weekend back in early March was a relaxing weekend where we walked several miles on our local greenbelt and treated ourselves to our favorite fast food restaurant. Notice I said we walked off those calories! lol.

9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout by Turquoise Avenue featuring designs from One Little Bird. Easy, simple memory keeping!

Coordinating my journal cards and elements with my photos is one of my favorite things to do. I enjoy finding and using elements and word art that helps me tell the story of spread. Which is usually why you see me using various digital elements from multiple kits. In the layout below, I even used the french fry bag from our food that afternoon because seriously... Love the graphic and word art. It's killer.

9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout by Turquoise Avenue featuring designs from One Little Bird. Easy, simple memory keeping!
9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout by Turquoise Avenue featuring designs from One Little Bird. Easy, simple memory keeping!
9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout by Turquoise Avenue featuring designs from One Little Bird. Easy, simple memory keeping!
9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout by Turquoise Avenue featuring designs from One Little Bird. Easy, simple memory keeping!
9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout by Turquoise Avenue featuring designs from One Little Bird. Easy, simple memory keeping!

I am so glad that I chose to go 9x12 this year. It is a fantastic size for me and has really worked so well. What size are you loving?

Products Used: Journal Cards and Elements from Hopscotch, Nosh and Cheri by One Little Bird Designs | Design F Page Protectors by Becky Higgins Project Life (trimmed and Fused) | Journal Card by Felicity Jane (best days)

Summer Mini Album | Artifact Uprising Square Prints

Last summer, we took a beautiful week long vacation on the Gulf Coast of Florida. This is one of my favorite summer destinations, so rich in coastal beauty and luxurious architecture. I love the various beaches along the scenic highway and enjoy photographing their splendor.

Your Photos, In Print

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When we arrived home from our trip, I knew I wanted to document the vacation in a separate mini album with the focus being on the photos. This would be my first complete mini album experience. I chose this Greige WRMK 4x4 album because of it's neutral color, which I simply adore. I then ordered a set of 25 Square Prints from Artifact Uprising. When it comes to minimalism and quality, no one beats Artifact Uprising in my opinion.  I am so in love with the perfection of these prints.

I used a standard hole punch and inserted my photos into the album. I wanted to label the different areas we visited, so I journaled about each beach using this template from Paislee Press and printed the journaling on clear vellum.  Next, I cut 5x5 squares from 12x12 scrapbook paper I had from a Felicity Jane kit. I punched holes in each of the double sided papers and inserted them between random photos.  Lastly, I included a few digital design elements from One Little Bird's Cabana collection and completed the album. I couldn't be happier with the way it turned out! 

Since our trip also included some other "everyday" photos of things like our food, our vacation rental and kayaking on the ocean, I also ordered this 5.5x5.5 Square Soft Cover album to document those memories. I'll be sharing a look at that photo book soon. I keep both the mini album and soft cover book stored on a shelf, tucked away, neatly together.  As a result of this project turning out so well, I definitely plan to use this method again for future trips.

 

Products Used:   Set of 25 Square Prints by Artifact Uprising | We R Memory Keepers 4x4 Instagram Album in Greige | Digital elements from Cabana by One Little Bird | 3x4 Template by Paislee Press

Winter Adventure | 9x12 Pocket Page Layout Featuring Designs by Paislee Press

Lately, I've been doing some catch up in my 2016 album.  I scrapbook my pages chronologically and don't really worry about scrapping weekly or monthly.  Instead, I batch print my photos through a professional lab, slip them into page protectors, add them into a binder and then add journal cards, stories and embellishments later on as my time permits. This routine has worked best for me over the course of a couple of years now. I like that it's flexible enough for me to have the photos ready to go whenever I feel crafty.  Plus, most of the "grunt" work (i.e. editing/printing/trimming photos, adding them to sleeves, etc) is already done and that saves me a ton of time.

In addition, I've also found that I really like to stick to a mostly black and white base then mix in pops of color that match with my photos.  This way, my spreads are cohesive and yet still fun and colorful. 

9x12 Pocket Page Layout by Mandy of Turquoise Avenue featuring Adventure designs by Paislee Press

The photos in these pages are obviously from this past winter... February, actually. It was cold and snowy so over the weekend we had taken a spontaneous road trip to see some of winter's beauty.  On the way home, we got caught in a snowstorm on the interstate (my first long trip driving through snow). It was a story I definitely wanted to document. I was able to make the transition between two 9x12 pages to tell the story of visiting the National Park, to a four hour drive home in a snowstorm, while still maintaining the colors and flow of the spread. 

9x12 Pocket Page Layout by Mandy of Turquoise Avenue featuring Adventure designs by Paislee Press

As you can see, I used a couple of the papers and repeated them. That is one of my go-to tricks for creating consistency in a spread.  I really love the soft, subtle colors in this album.  Not to mention, that road trip card with the mileage log!

9x12 Pocket Page Layout by Mandy of Turquoise Avenue featuring Adventure designs by Paislee Press
9x12 Pocket Page Layout by Mandy of Turquoise Avenue featuring Adventure designs by Paislee Press
9x12 Pocket Page Layout by Mandy of Turquoise Avenue featuring Adventure designs by Paislee Press

Products Used:   Paislee Press - Journal Cards from Adventure, Digital Paper from Goes with Everything, Heirloom and Summer Manifesto, Word Art from Outdoorsy and Road Trip. | Design F Page Protectors by Becky Higgins Project Life (trimmed and Fuse) | Wood Veneer shapes from Color Cast Designs (no longer in store) | VW Bus Flair by Lynley Johnson.

How to Create DIY DVD Cases for Home Movies! A quick look at using digital scrapbooking products to create your own case covers.

Many of you may remember my Memory Keeping with Video series I released here on my blog earlier this year.  In that series, I discussed how I was converting old VHS tapes of home movies to DVD.  I've been working on this project throughout the first half of this year and had begun to burn some of these recordings to DVD.  My husband ordered these clear, slim DVD cases and I found myself searching for a way to label these boxes.

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How to Create DIY DVD Cases for Home Movies! A quick look at using digital scrapbooking products to create your own case covers.

The cases had a clear plastic sleeve on the outside that would allow a piece of paper to be slipped in.  I used these 6x8 templates from Liz Tamanaha, available at the Paislee Press store on the Lilypad. They worked perfect!  Using Photoshop Elements, I simply placed the 6x8 template on the right side of a landscape oriented 8.5x11 canvas.  Then, on the left side, I added a digital watercolor from the same Modern Art collection and added some text to label what was on each disc.   I then printed this on a sheet of 8.5x11 white cardstock, trimmed the paper down a touch and viola! They look great!

How to Create DIY DVD Cases for Home Movies! A quick look at using digital scrapbooking products to create your own case covers.
How to Create DIY DVD Cases for Home Movies! A quick look at using digital scrapbooking products to create your own case covers.

At Home | 9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout feat. Paislee Press

If I were to be completely honest, I would tell you that I'm only halfway through January when it comes to the completion of my annual pocket page album.  I don't scrapbook weekly layouts, but rather group photos chronologically and create spreads based on photos with a common theme.  Even though I'm behind in getting my layouts done, my pictures through the beginning of April are printed and have been placed in the page protectors and album. I just need to add my cards, journaling and embellishments.

Come play along with me for #memorykeepingmonday and share your memory keeping projects online under that hashtag!

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9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout about the magic of staying home using journal cards by Paislee Press.
9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout about the magic of staying home using journal cards by Paislee Press.

A couple of weeks ago I had a creative team deadline for Paislee Press and was delighted to see that the collection being released involved elements about home.  We have been spending quite a bit of time at home lately in an effort to save money and tackle some projects that needed doing.  In addition, we've been blessed with comfortable weather and sunshine so we've have the added bonus of hanging out on our deck during the evenings and weekends.  Hence I had two page + insert spread of photos out on our deck that needed documenting.

9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout about the magic of staying home using journal cards by Paislee Press.

Like always, I used some Design F page protectors that I trimmed down and modified with my fuse tool. Next, I incorporated a couple of other journal cards from Paislee Press's archives, using selections like the Current Temperature and Hello Sunshine cards from the Sunny Days Ahead kit.

9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout about the magic of staying home using journal cards by Paislee Press.

As I put together this layout, I repeated a few of the journal cards I had chosen to give the spread a feeling of uniformity. I have noticed that I tend to do that a lot.  I like how to makes the spread come together.

9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout about the magic of staying home using journal cards by Paislee Press.
9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout about the magic of staying home using journal cards by Paislee Press.

I matched in one of the 6x8 papers from the Artiste collection by Paislee Press and pulled little elements from the Magic Hour collection Liz released in the past (May I tell you how much I LOVE that she has a kit devoted to the yummy light of early mornings and late evenings? It makes my photographer's heart all mushy).

9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout about the magic of staying home using journal cards by Paislee Press.
9x12 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout about the magic of staying home using journal cards by Paislee Press.

I'm pretty happy with how this spread turned out, not to mention the special memories that got documented about our enjoyment of the new deck we built (ourselves!). Hard work really does pay off, my friends.

Products Used:   Journal Cards and Elements from Sunny Days Ahead, Artiste, Dwell, and the Magic Hour by Paislee Press | Design F page protectors by Becky Higgins | Fuse Tool | Wood Veneer Geotag from Studio Calico

 

Documenting Text and Online Conversations | 6x8 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout Feautring Paislee Press

Hi friends!  Join me online for #memorykeepingmonday and share your recent projects!

Little by little I'm working on my personal mini album... As I celebrate this last year in my twenties, I've been doing more thinking and journaling about how things have changed in my lifetime. 

One of things I wrote about it was how I keep in touch with my friends and family now vs. when I was a teenager.  In high school, laying in bed and talking on a cordless land line or using AOL dial-up internet to send an email was all the rage. Now, I stay in touch via text message or an app on my iphone like Facebook or Instagram.  I thought it would be fun to document these things because who knows how things will change in another 20 years... In fact, my husband and I have already gotten a big kick out of this layout I created last year where I documented one of our first conversations over the internet when we met several years ago.

Documenting Text and Online Conversations | 6x8 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout by Turquoise Avenue feat. For Like Ever by Paislee Press
Documenting Text and Online Conversations | 6x8 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout by Turquoise Avenue feat. For Like Ever by Paislee Press

I used the new For Like Ever journal card, paper and elements collection from Paislee Press to assemble this layout.  I added in one small 3x4 cut of some xoxo paper I loved from the Something Sweet Felicity Jane kit. I aslo added in some screenshots of my iPhone home screen, Facebook page and Instagram to have to look back on in the years to come.  I really loved how the pages turned out and the story that they tell.

Documenting Text and Online Conversations | 6x8 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout by Turquoise Avenue feat. For Like Ever by Paislee Press
Documenting Text and Online Conversations | 6x8 Pocket Page Scrapbook Layout by Turquoise Avenue feat. For Like Ever by Paislee Press

Products Used:  6x8 Pocket Page Protectors by Paper Studio from Hobby Lobby| For Like Ever journal card, paper and elements by Paislee Press | xoxo paper from Something Sweet Felicity Jane kit.

 

How to Create Two 3x4 Prints from One 4x6 Image | Pocket Page Scrapbooking Tips plus a 9x12 Pocket Page Spread feat. Paislee Press!

Pin This! How to Create Two 3x4 Prints from One 4x6 Image | Pocket Page Scrapbooking Tips!

Pin This! How to Create Two 3x4 Prints from One 4x6 Image | Pocket Page Scrapbooking Tips!

Hi everyone! Have you been playing along with me and #MemoryKeepingMondays?  You can find out more about that hashtag here. 

I just have to ask - what size are you loving this year in your pocket page scrapbook?  For me, it has been the 9x12 size for my 2016 annual album.  It's less bulky than my previous 12x12 spreads and I really enjoy the ease of just dropping photos into the spreads with minimal arranging.  

I have created a pretty awesome system for easily and flawlessly creating 3x4 prints to simply slip into my page protectors.  I thought it would be fun to share it here for you today!

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You'll need a smart phone and the PicFrame app which is available for IOS and Android.  I print all my photos through a professional lab but you can easily print your photos at home if you wish.

Here are the steps I take:

Step 1. | Take and Edit iPhone Images

  1. Photograph using my iPhone 6+ and shoot vertically.
  2. I edit using the PicTapGo app and save the images to a separate folder on my iPhone (ie. "To Print")

Step 2. | Drop Two 3x4 Images Into One 4x6 Print

    1. Open the PicFrame App
    2. Choose the 3:2 ratio from the upper right corner, then select the side by side images
    3. Select "Style" at the bottom of the app and drag the border slider to the left, removing any borders at all.
    4. Select the "Share" button at the bottom of the app and export at the highest resolution
    5. I save my 4x6 images to Dropbox to a folder called "To Print"
    6. Next, I order my prints. I usually use Mpix.
    7. Upon arrival, I trim the 4x6 prints down into two 3x4 images using my paper trimmer then slide them into my page protectors chronologically.
    8. I add journal cards and elements at will.

    It's that simple!  I can do most of this work in one evening while hubby watches television. I love that I can do most of the work on my iPhone too.  I have even used Dropbox to sync photos from my DSLR to my iPhone so I can drop them into PicFrame too.


    Here's a look at one of my completed February spreads, using this technique.  I chose the Because collection of journal cards and elements from Paislee Press, to compliment my photos since I loved the purple and mixes of black, white, beige and light pink.

    In case you're wondering, the steps I take to create a layout such as this are...

    1. Trim down a Becky Higgins Project Life | Design F page protector(or you can buy 9x12 protectors already made, I'm just using what I already have on hand) and use a Fuse tool to divide the top corner pockets.
    2. Slip in my photos
    3. Choose and print journal cards and elements
    4. Add some simple embellishments
    5. Slip in the finished cards

    And that's it! Since I typically have my page protectors already trimmed and down and my photos inserted, I can easily complete a spread like this in a matter of 15-20 minutes one evening.  Usually, the longest part of my process is choosing the cards I want to print and use! lol.

    How to Create Two 3x4 Prints from One 4x6 Image | Pocket Page Scrapbooking Tips plus a 9x12 Pocket Page Spread feat. Paislee Press!
    9x12 Hybrid Pocket Page Layout by creative team member, Mandy Elliott featuring Because, by Paislee Press
    9x12 Hybrid Pocket Page Layout by creative team member, Mandy Elliott featuring Because, by Paislee Press
    9x12 Hybrid Pocket Page Layout by creative team member, Mandy Elliott featuring Because, by Paislee Press
    9x12 Hybrid Pocket Page Layout by creative team member, Mandy Elliott featuring Because, by Paislee Press
    9x12 Hybrid Pocket Page Layout by creative team member, Mandy Elliott featuring Because, by Paislee Press
    9x12 Hybrid Pocket Page Layout by creative team member, Mandy Elliott featuring Because, by Paislee Press

    I hope you found these tips and my mini-tutorial helpful, especially if you're just beginning with your pocket page venture! Having this process and using the same method over and over really helps me stay on top of my projects and still allows me time for other things!