Tuesday, February 17, 2015

How to make pockets for mini album and project life

Hi everyone :-)
Here is part 3 for basic scrapbooking and craft tutorial for beginners on how make pockets for mini albums, journals and project life. You can also use this pockets on cards .

 Here are the samples of pockets I show how to make in the tutorial

Papers I am using in this tutorial is Time to Flourish from Graphic 45

5 pocket page.
Here you can make as many pockets you like :-)

And decorate it with some beautiful papers :-)

And may be some fussy cut out butterflies :-)

Will show how to make this basic pocket that you can make in many shapes.

Used a punch from EK Success for the border on top.

 The same pocket you can cut in an angle and this is great to use inside the cover on an album.

You can also leave it open on the right side to hold larger notes, tags or pictures.

Basic for all the add on pockets.
This is cut at 6 inch and makes a 5 inch wide pocket, but you can make it any size you like :-)

Also will show how you can make pockets for Project Life and this you also can use for mini albums, cards and tags.

Just a little decor and the pocket looks nice :-)

Will also show how to make some slot pockets.

Part 1 covers for mini albums and journals,

Part 2 binding, spine and hinges,

Part 4 make your own tag shapes and frames,

Part 5 How to make tag pockets on and for tags 
Blog post,

Part 6 Pizza box, boxes, basket and 3D envelope
Blog post,

Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,
For other questions they will be answered here on my blog where I will post new questions that has not been answered before.
Here is the link,

Hope this tutorials was helpful and that you can use some ideas :-)
Hugs, Anne


  1. Thank you so much for this Anne, it is a tutorial I can keep handy for when I am making my mini albums. You give so many choices too so bless you.
    Love ~ Lady Anne xxx

    "Lady Anne's Paper Dream's Blog"

  2. Thank you so much for sharing Anne, I love all of your tutorials.
    Best wishes always

  3. Desde España, muchas gracias Anne por tus tutoriales .Fáciles de entender aunque no sean en mi idioma. Thanks


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