Thanks for joining us for another adventure in Pocket Scrapbooking! It's a new year, which means a fresh start. Maybe you're focusing on a few goals, resolutions or a word. Creations Galore is here to help you document it all!
To start of the new year right, Nicole created a 2014 title page for her new, white American Crafts 12x12 Leather Album. She's using the 12x12 Pocket Protectors from American Crafts as well. It was simple to cut up 3x4 and 4x6 piece of patterned paper from the Wildflower Collection.
The Wildflower Collection Pack by Carta Bella also came with a 12x12 sheet of journaling cards. Nicole picked her favorite, cut it to size, and simply slipped it into one of the pockets. A few stickers from the collection and Studio Calico wood veneers were used to embellish two die cuts. The cuts were created from American Crafts Light Kraft cardstock using the Silhouette Cameo.
After creating the title page, Nicole moved onto her word of the year. This year she's focusing on the word discipline and wanted to include it at the start of her album. Scrapbooking can be a form of therapy and accountability!
She adhered 2-6x12 pieces of patterned paper together. The piece will fit into the 6x12 page protectors from Becky Higgins and work as the perfect insert in her 3-ring album. To place the focus on the word, which was cut from patterned paper using the Silhouette Cameo, she decorated it with vellum, wood veneers, stamps, and a doily. Below these layers she wrote out her thoughts on this word and her goals for the coming year.
Have you created a title page or scrapbook layout focusing on your goals for the new year? We'd love to see yours -- Leave us a link in the comments or post to our Facebook page.