Welcome Cocoa Daisy family to some Pocket Keeping inspiration! Wendy here today with quite a few of the design team sharing how we were inspired to use the Memory Keeping Pocket Kit.
I use the Pocket cards for my Project Life album, but I also love to use the cards to spice up my 12×12 layouts. In this page, I chose to use the Pocket cards for journaling, layering, fussy cutting, and the corner. The other pieces I layered were just the 6×6 papers as they allow you to layer without cutting into full papers, perfect in my mind!
Celine joins us next with this mixed media wonder!
Katherine is up next with this birthday layout.
Kylie is showing us another Pocket Page album using the kit.
Lisa shares this happy colorful page using the Pocket cards.
Next is Marie sharing a few pocket pages.
Moon is sharing what could be a pocket page, but instead she mounted it on cardstock, love how that worked!
Estelle has these happy Pocket pages to share and a few thoughts…
“I like to add a centerfold from time to time in my project life when I have a nice series of pictures. The December memory keeping kit was perfect for illustrating an afternoon of adventures into the forest and went great with the blue and yellow of my photos.”
Next is Simone with a Pocket page spread documenting the memories of August.
Next we have Traci with another Pocket Page, I love how brilliant everything is on this page don’t you?
Suzanna joins us next and here are her thoughts…
“This hybrid layout was created using the subscriber exclusive digital cut file to create a background page to house a pocket card and photos. The tag under the photo of my husband is another pocket that I cut down. The washi on the photo enabled me to create a flap for hidden journaling on the pocket card underneath. Be sure to check out my YouTube channel for the process video!”
Wow, that was a lot of inspiration! What caught your eyes? What are you inspired to go create now? We’d love for you to share your creations with us either on IG or on the Cocoa Daisy FB page!
Tags: December 2017, DITL, pocket page scrapbooking, Wendy Antenucci