A Pocket Page Project with Neela Nalam

Are you looking for a new creative outlet in 2018? Look no further than pockets! That’s right—pocket pages are a great way to document memories AND get creative in a smaller scale. Today Neela Nalam is sharing her opening pages of a new pocket page album that she’s creating in 2018, using our January 2018 Kit and add-ons, and we couldn’t love it more! Let’s see what she made.
 
I decided to start a 6″ x 8″ pocket page book for the year of 2018! I don’t plan on doing weekly or monthly spreads, but I do plan on documenting events and activities over the year, all in this book. I decided to make a few starter pages for this album with the January 2018 Kit and add-ons and some photos from a family photoshoot we did in December.
 

 

 
Supplies | January 2018 Kit, All My Love Printables, Love You Die Cuts, Hugs and Kisses Puffy Stickers, Star Chipboard Stickers, Black Cardstock Alphabet Stickers, Dark Teal Cardstock Alphabet Stickers, Wood Veneer Love Tags, Wood ConfettiTitle Builder Wood Veneer, Family Fun Bits and Pieces, XOXO Stamp, Dated Stamp
 
I ended up using a couple of tags from and die cuts from the January 2018 Kit and a bunch of wood veneers from the add-ons, as well as some that I’ve saved in my stash. On this tag, I used the Title Builder Wood Veneer to embellish a tag from the All My Love Printables in such a simple and easy way.
 

 
The die cuts from the kit and and Love You Die Cuts, as well as the the Star Chipboard Stickers are the perfect simple embellishments for the negative space in your photos.
 

 
I also loved the little die cut heart tag from the Love You Die Cuts ephemera pack. It was so much fun to embellish it with little wood veneer hearts from the Wood Confetti, or any kind of small embellishment you have on hand.
 

 
Check out this process video to see how the pages came together and how I went about embellishing the tags and photos. I also have a little segment showing you how I edited the digital tag from the All My Love Printables and typed my journaling.
 

 
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