"I created this super simple pocket page with the Cityscapes Journalling & Ephemera Cards. I trimmed and layered some of the cards to create each frame and as there are 2 of each type of card it worked perfectly to create a balanced pocket page. Each of the larger 6x4 spots feature a tag that pulls out from behind to give a space for journaling." ~Joanne
"Pocket Page scrapbooking is a big trend right now, so why not use your favourite papers and embellishments from Graphic 45 to create your own pocket page. To compliment my photos from Hawaii, I used products from the Voyage Beneath the Sea collection to create my pocket page. When I need a quick layout, pocket page scrapbooking makes it easy for me to get the photos scrapbooked and in my album, but also gives me a chance to still use my favourite Graphic 45 products.
Tip: Don’t be afraid to layer a couple of embellishments on to the square for the pocket, this will give the page some extra added interest.
Tip: Even though the journaling card is in the pocket, add some Glossy Accents to the Seahorse’s eyes and the starfish below." ~Katelyn
12x12 Voyage Beneath the Sea: Ocean Quest
Voyage Beneath the Sea 6x6 Patterns and Solids
Voyage Beneath the Sea Ephemera Cards
Voyage Beneath the Sea Cardstock Stickers
Voyage Beneath the Sea: Chipboard 1
Hug a Bug Seam Binding Ribbon: Turquoise
Vintage Photo Distress Ink
Now, let's see who won this week's blog giveaway! Our randomly chosen winner is....
-Sara Emily Barker: I love seeing the inspiration on this blog and today's is fantastic! I hope someday to win; none of our local craft stores sells the G45 line on a regular basis.
Congratulations, Sara! Please email email@example.com to claim your prize pictured below! Thanks to everyone who entered this week!
Thanks for joining us this week for all the fun! Tomorrow, we have some special project sheets here on the blog. We hope you join us!
The G45 Family
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