This weeks challenge is 3x4, 4x6 and other sized journaling cards, and we’d love YOU to join in and share your pages, cards and other projects with us. Though they might be designed for pocket pages, we think they have much more potential than that!
You can read all the details of the challenge here. In the meantime, here’s some inspo for you!
So many scrapbooking manufacturers are designing gorgeous papers designed to be used in Project Life albums. Sue Tonga loves these 'divided card' papers and shows how you can also use them to create beautiful scrapbooking pages. Sue has used the "Hello Again" collection from Carta Bella to scrap this page featuring 6 photos.
Sue chose the journaling cards paper from the collection to use as the basis for her design. Sue simply trimmed the paper into the journaling cards and decided which ones worked best for her layout. The great thing about the papers is that they are double-sided so if you don't like one side, you can use the other. Sue simply needed to trim the cards by 1/4 inch to allow them to fit across her 12x12 page. Scrapbooking in this style is a great way to feature multiple photos.
Kim has used the Project Life style divided page protectors and journaling cards to scrap a recent holiday to Queensland. Kim comments how pleased she was just how quickly the project came together using this method. Kim has used a variety of sized cards in a variety of ways whilst scrapping her holiday.
In the first Project Life style layout she has used a 3x4 card simply for journaling.
In the second layout she has used a combination of different cards – 2 of the die cut cards from the Simply Sotires Say Cheese range as embellishments, and a 3x4 inch journaling card.
In the third layout, Kim has used several pre-printed cards as embellishments and a 4x6 inch journaling card.
In the fourth layout, Kim has used two 3x3 inch pre-printed card, using one for a title, and a 3x4 inch journaling card.
In the fifth layout, Kim has split a pre-printed 4x6 inch card over 2 3x4 inch pockets and added some journaling to it.
In the sixth layout, Kim has used a 6x12 printed panel and then layered a 4x6 inch card, which she has trimmed down, and a 3x4 inch card onto this panel to create an embellishment cluster.
For the final layout, Kim created a traditional 12x12 inch layout but used the journaling cards to create the base of the embellishment cluster to the right of the photo.
Lastly we thank Leanne Allinson for allowing us to share this gorgeous vibrant spread that she has created using a fun mix of photos and Bella Blvd journal cards and embellishments.