Documenting Summer

Hi, All! Alissa here today and I’ve got a summer layout I created with the Shine Collection.
EllesStudio-summer-fun-01First, pocket page scrapbooking is not just for Project Life. I love creating pocket pages for single events or stories, just like a regular 12×12 or 8.5×11 layout. For me, I think, it comes from my long time love of mini books. I’ve always loved creating mini books and pocket pages are really just a bunch of mini book pages tucked into a bunch of pockets on a single page.

EllesStudio-summer-fun-02bI layered patterned paper and a couple cards from the June printables with a few tags, letter stickers and a wood veneer sun to create the title card.

EllesStudio-summer-fun-03More layers to create the journaling. I think that text paper is my favorite in the Shine Collection.

EllesStudio-summer-fun-04Just like in my mini books, I love a full page/pocket photo with goodies layered on top.

EllesStudio-summer-fun-05This wraps up my summer pocket page with the awesome, summery Shine Collection. I hope you’ve enjoyed it and have found something to inspire you! :0

Have a great day!
Alissa

Products used: Shine Paper Collection, Wood Veneer, Extra Tidbits, Bits and Pieces, Lil’ Snippet – Highlights, Cutouts; Letter & Number Stickers – white; Good Times Printable 

Comments

  1. Nora says

    WOW!! I love this pocket page. All the fun little details and those adorable photos. Stunning design!

    • alissa says

      Thanks, Nora! My nephews were sure adorable when they were little. I love pocket pages! They are so fun and not just for project life. 🙂

    • alissa says

      Thank you so much, Julie! 🙂 I love pocket pages so much and not just for project life! 🙂

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