Love how you deconstructed and then reconstructed the PL cards. Handy trick to use at a crop to pack less and get more from your supplies.
Very lovely layout. I have a question as to what do you do with the other side of the pocket layout in your album...do you rotate the layouts so the pocket page and 12x12 flip flop or just fill them with random PL cards? Glitter Girl's layouts are always outstanding!
If there was an award for Best Use of Project Life cards, Glitter Girl would surely win it! I've been searching for ways to use the cards in other than a traditional manner and this project really fit the bill. Thank you so much! Also, I really wanted 2peas to do a series with pocket scrapping combined with traditional scrapping. I love it that you are showing so many LOs using that method. Thank you again!
Thank you for another double page l/o Glitter Girl. I don't do PL, but you sure are making those PL cards look good! And I love the addition of the chipboard rose on the 12x12 side. Looks like you had a lovely baby shower - it's almost April! Maria
Love the use of the PL cards, cutting them up even. Also, combining a "regular" LO with the PL is such a great idea for lots of pictures. Why didn't I think of that? You're a beautiful mom-to-be and how kind of your friends to toss such a party for you and baby.
I'm a double page scrapper, but I am loving this idea. I see PL cards in my shopping cart!
Video - Glitter Girl Adventure 113: Scrap your Shindig
Galleries: Scrapbooking, Project Life
This week Glitter Girl takes on the challenge of scrapping a party - complete with plenty of photos! This adventure takes her through the completion of a double scrapbook page design with one traditional 12x12 page and one pocketed page using Design A Project Life page protectors.
Come along for the adventure, won't you?
Have a set of party photos that need to be scrapped? Glitter Girl hopes you'll get those pictures into your albums this week! She managed thirteen photos over a double page spread while still having plenty of room to write and embellish. What will you go for?