Due to scheduling conflicts, Scrapbook Sunday is on Saturday 🙂
Would you get a load of these cuties?!? I could call this spread “The Spaghetti Brothers”, what do you think? Using scrapbook pocket pages with Layering Squares dies make it easy to create these pages. We all have enough products on hand to fill the tiny spaces of the pocket pages with textured trinkets or a handsome boy’s smiling face. I have discovered that the Layering Squares dies help to cut down paper and pre-printed Memories and More cards to fit these little pockets.
Scrapbooking with Layering Squares Framelits Dies
measurements for this project:
All paper and photos are cut down to fit the size of the pocket page area
The Memories and More cards come in a variety of pre cut sizes to fit perfectly in the pockets
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Scrapbook Pocket Pages and Layering Squares Dies
Knowing that the squares that fit these tiny pockets can be filled easily is a great relief for me. Instead of rifling through my card packs for the right design, only to find it not be the proper size, is frustrating. Grabbing that set of Layering Squares Framelits Dies has helped me get the job done. I can use the die to focus on a close up cutie smile or on a paper design.
By using a few different papers from various left over card packs, I trimmed them down to compliment the photos. This keeps with and carries the pleasant color scheme throughout the project. For a closer look at constructing the page, check out the instructional video at the links below to my YouTube Channel.
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Here is a list of supplies I used to make this card project. Links are here that you can click to get product info and purchase items, at no additional cost to you, as well. Thank you for your support with your purchase 🙂
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