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Cania Gorge

May 2, 2017

My husband and I took two of our granddaughters to Cania Gorge a couple of years ago.  The page I created for the April Memory Keeping Class shows a photo from the same trip.  That page became my title page for the pocket pages which shared the rest of the photos.  I wanted you to see that by using the same embellishments you can co-ordinate your 12″ x 12″ pages with your pocket pages for quick and easy scrapbooking.

I used a couple of pocket cards from the All Year Long Project Life Card Collection to fill the pockets I didn’t have photos for.  I stamped the leaf image from the Kinda Eclectic stamp set three onto Very Vanilla card using Mint Macaron ink and cut them out.  I attached two to the 3″ x 4″ pocket card and one to the 6″ x 4″ pocket card.  I stamped the butterfly image from the Kinda Eclectic stamp set onto Very Vanilla card using Watermelon Wonder ink and punched it out using the Elegant Butterfly punch I attached the butterfly over the ends of the leaf stems on the 3″ x 4″ pocket and added a few pearls to the butterfly.  It brings the two pages together and only took me a few minutes to add the embellishment.  I also stamped a greeting from the retired Remember This Project Life stamp set onto the 3″ x 4″ pocket card.

I am really starting to get on a roll with my scrapbooking, well, for me anyway.  I have actually completed scrapping the whole of the month of January for last year!   Maybe one day I will catch up.  In the meantime I am having a lot of fun remembering the stories behind the photos and that’s the important thing.

Bye for now,


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2 Comments leave one →
  1. May 2, 2017 9:08 am

    Great cards & fillers Kris. Getting started is like having a load lifted off your shoulders. Looking forward to see more.


  2. kreatinwithkris permalink*
    May 2, 2017 2:11 pm

    Thanks Vicky.


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