Hello scrappy friends, I am here today for Shop and Crop Scrapbooking with two pocket pages using this months Kaisercraft kit. What an amazing kit…the papers, sticker sheet and emphemera pack is just delightful. This Kit subscription can be purchased in store by clicking https://www.shopandcrop.com.au/collections/shop-and-crop-kit-subscriptions/products/kaisercraftkitsubscription-6monthminimum?lshst=collection. This Kaisercraft kit features the Indigo Skies Collection. The two layouts I have created for you today are a continuation of each other – the main focus being to scrap photos of my two boys at around the same ages and doing similar things. The letter thickers are from the We R Memory Keepers High Five collection – available at https://www.shopandcrop.com.au/products/highfivethickers-wermemorykeepers. Lets take a closer look at some of those embellishments.
The second layout goes over the page with more pics of my boys….let’s take a look at these lil cuties. The emphemera pieces really compliment the photos and the wonderful, deep tones of blues within the paper range. The Shop and Crop online store has many options for pocket scrapbooking, with a wide range of manufacturers and other products suitable for this style of scrapping. Click https://www.shopandcrop.com.au/search?q=pocket to explore the range – available now!
The great thing about pocket scrapbooking, as you will see, you can make this as embellished or as simple as you like. I have simply cut the patterned paper to the size of the 2×2 pockets and left some squares unembellished. Others have emphemera adhered to add a little more interest. For the larger pockets with two photos, I have simply used 3×4 photos and stuck them together. This is a nice way to do a side by side shot, as was the intention in these layouts. With a kit like this, the papers really highlight themselves – from the denim look paper to the beautiful butterflies. We also have a third son – a baby boy, Blake Samuel, that was stillborn at 21 weeks – I like to think the butterflies bring some of his memory to the pages.
Here are some close ups…
I hope you have enjoyed these pocket pages. Be sure to check out the amazing design team inspiration on the Shop and Crop blog at http://shopancrop.blogspot.com/. Until next time….