Welcome to The Cherry on Top's Hybrid Saturday.
We've got something new for you, pocket scrapbooking sheets. The download format is in png so you can use it digitally and traditionally. The sheets are sized 8x11 so it should fit just perfect on your standard paper whether you live in the U.S. or elsewhere.
This is comprised with goodies from other kits of our, Owl Always Be There series. Keep reading to see what lovely creations you can scrap up and see a quick tutorial on how to pocket scrap.
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I try to keep the colours a bit printer ink friendly by using mostly lighter colours and plain white background wherever possible. We keep your time and your wallet in mind with our products. We want you to be able to scrap up something lovely in a short period of time and with little cost. This way, there's no excuse to do what you love doing, scrapbooking!
This image is linked up to our shop.
This layout is an 8x8 inch digital layout, that I can quickly print out and insert in my pocket protectors in my album. I'm amazed how fast it was put together.
Bring up your sheet and crop out your desired piece.
I added the piece to the top of two paper layers.
Make a duplicate of your background and insert your spots for your photos. Use the cookie cutter tool to round the corners if you like. Insert your pictures and you're finished!
It will be fast scrapping traditionally as well. The beauty is, you can keep printing out the sheets you like over and over.
With our card making kit, you can scrap cards like these three. Click here to see the tutorial and more of this card making kit.
If you're into doing it digi, then use the pngs and scrap something like this.
Snap some shots of your grandma's earrings. We've got a challenge for you next week in our Throwback Thursday blog.
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