I'm sharing this pocket page scrapbook layout over at the Scrapendipity Way Of Life blog today. I used some of the cut apart journaling cards in the Shimelle True Stories paper collection, as well as cutting some of the papers into cards to fit my pockets. There are so many companies that are now including cut apart journaling cards in their paper lines, and I love that you instantly have coordinating cards and paper!
I created a tag using a 'Craft' journaling card and added some enamel dots to coordinate with the cute polka dot paper.
I cut a camera and Polaroid, and I punched some fun circles as well as hand cutting some banners- all from the papers! Don't be afraid to cut elements from your papers to create your own matching paper ephemera. A little blue ink around the edges pulled it all together. Perfect to document my daughter's crafty fun!
This cute quote, above, is a rub-on that I layered over some watercolored paper that my daughter had created with markers and a paintbrush.
Thanks so much for joining me today! I hope you're inspired to look at elements in your papers to see what other fun things you can do with them!