More pages, done faster

If you attended our National Scrapbook Day event last weekend, you got to make the 6″ x 8″ portion of this pocket page.  If you didn’t get to make it to the event, you can still see instructions on how to make this page, plus see LOTS of other page ideas for the pocket page system!

If you’re not familar with the pocket pages, here’s an image of what the “My Boys” page started out as.  Most of the pages have 4×6 spaces, which means I have to crop far fewer of my photos.

I’m a big advocate of the Easy Album System (it’s how I personally scrap) so I just worked on updating our free Albums Made Simple class.  The class will introduce you into this pocket page system, show you how it can be done at various levels of creativity and send you home with ideas on how to use each of the pocket pages.  I love the versatility of this system…I can get a ton of pages done quickly, I can be as creative (or not creative) as I want and I have the option to mix all 8 of the pocket pages in with regular scrapbook pages.  Finally, a system for me :)

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  1. Amber Holven’s avatar

    Love your page! I can’t get into the pocket pages my self, I am a little more detail oriented, but I love how they turn out and they are great for people who don’t have a lot of time to scrap!


  2. Cheryl’s avatar

    Love the pocket page ideas! The above sample page is so adorable! Really a GREAT solution for those that do not have time and have way too many pictures (as I do…and I’m sure alot of other people do) to scrap in the other formats. Great creative solution Archivers!!!! Love it!


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