Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Pocket Scrapbooking with designer Patty Folchert

So have you discovered pocket pages yet, the project life phenomenon is still very popular. This is a great way to create a scrapbook quickly. So instead of buying journaling cards and titles, pull out your stamps and make them. On this page I utilized the new Summer Red Raspberry papers, stamps and embellishments.
Hello Spring Pocket Page by Patty Folchert

I started with four photos and a pocket page, two of the photos I cut down as shown. The other two I just slid right in after I added a peapod to each. The center title card I stamped with blue ink “hello spring” and added a pea pod flower and layered onto the raspberry paper. Under that in the center I added the cut down photo, 3 x 4 and slid it into its pocket. Under that is a super quick cut out from the bite size bits paper. Then I stamped the “You & Me” onto white cardstock using three shades of blue for a fade effect. Then I layered it onto yellow stripe paper and corner punched the corners.

The top left photo was cut down to 4 x 4 and layered onto two more patterned papers. I added the Spring pea pod to the photo. The right top pocket has stamped butterflies in blue ink and another cut out from the bite size bits paper matted in light blue bubbles paper.

A sweet way to capture a spring day, don’t you think? No better time than the present to try a pocket page.

Project Pocket,

Supply List:
Hampton Art/Jillibean Soup-Summer Red Raspberry Soup 
Color Box Ink/Pool, Arctic Deep & Abyss
JIllibean Soup/Summer Red Raspberry Soup-Bite Size Bits, Stick of Cinnamon, Fresh Yogurt, Sliced Bananas & Frozen Red Raspberries
Jillibean Soup/Summer Red Raspberry Soup-PeaPods

White Cardstock, Tombow Adhesive Tape Runner, Scrapbook Adhesives Foam Squares


  1. I love this page. I can't believe that I haven't really tried project life yet. All that I really need are the pocket pages because I have everything else already. Anyway, great job with this page.

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