Pocket Page Craze

Pocket Page Craze

A lot of you who drop by are looking for ideas of what to scrapbook and how to scrap using pocket pages. You love my printable with suggestion of photos to take, but I’ve got some more class ideas for you to help you get started scrapbooking with pocket pages.

You may recall that back in January, there was an event called True Scrap Pocket Pages? Remember? Well, all the classes are now available for individual sale.

And! They are on sale through the end of the month (April 30, 2014), at only $9 a piece. Or, you can buy five and get the sixth one free with the coupon code SAVE40! That’s only $7.50 each!


Want some details? Let’s see what we’ve got…

Layle Koncar’s class, Pocket Scrapping 101, is a great nuts to bolts approach to learning how to start pocket scrapping. If you have any questions about pocket scrapping, Layle has got you covered. This is the class to take if you have no idea about where to start with pocket scrapbooking, since it covers everything from photo and memorabilia organization, to putting together a pocket page spread.

Marcy Penner’s class, Do You Hear What I Hear, has great tips for adding additional perspectives to your scrapbooks, whether that includes texts from your family, or bits of art and memorabilia from your kids. Plus, you’ll love seeing how she puts together a spread!

Monica McNeill’s class, KISS: Keep it Simple, Scrappy! is all about keeping the process of creating pages simple, and do-able. She walks you through how to batch process, in order to keep up, as well as to complete albums you may have attempted previously.

Stephanie Bryan’s class, Outside Lines, has some great ideas for adding hidden, and not so hidden, journaling to your pocket page spread. You’ll love her clever and simple ways to creatively add space for more stories or even more photos and memorabilia.

Lilith Eeckels’ class, Playing Big, brings together options for adding full page spreads to pocket page scrapbooks. She’s got wonderful ideas on adding traditional pages, collages, and huge photos to create more interest and excitement in your album.

Traci Reed’s class, Hybrid Hints for Paper People, adds digital options to your repertoire. The class is full of digital tricks for creating a pocket page type spread, as well as ways to make any digital layout more realistic. When combined with traditional supplies, you get a whole new, sophisticated look for your pocket pages.

If you’ve been debating doing pocket page scrapbooking, these classes will get you off the fence, and give you lots of inspiration for creating your pages.

Don’t be afraid! Jump on in! Pocket page scrapbooking is fun!


What do you think?