Friday, August 2, 2013

Echo Park's Photo Freedom by Guest Designer Rebecca Grinder

Pocket Page Scrapbooking gives me the ability to scrapbook in the midst of a busy and hectic schedule.  Instead of my photos stored on my phone, computer, or in a box somewhere, they are making it into an album.  

Echo Park's Photo Freedom Kits are as easy as 1, 2, and 3! All you have to do is purchase the kit at your local Craft Warehouse, pick two of the five page protectors in the kit, cut the kit's papers to fit, and slip your pictures or papers inside the pockets!

This kit collection was designed by Graphic 45 and is called Transatlantique! It is perfect for either travel or heritage pages. Below, I created a two page spread of a trip to one of my favorite antique stores when visiting home in California.

The papers have simple places to add my own journaling and then slip them into the pocket of the protector.

The kit is large enough to make several pages. I created another double page spread on the back of the one above about our trip to the beach.

I cut a 12x12 page to slip in the left long 6"x12" slot and then cut the other piece twice at 4". This made it easy to put stickers on the 4"x6" pieces, add my photo, then slip them in their pockets on the right side of the page.

Make sure to visit your local Craft Warehouse to see the other Photo Freedom kits they carry!

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