Scrapbook Pages with Hidden Journaling

Tuck Tags into Pockets

Design by Jana Eubank

To create a clever home for several tags' worth of journaling, Jana stitched pockets into a strip of curved paper located at the bottom of her layout.

Editor's Tips: Break up lengthy journaling by writing small portions on several tags. Stitch layers of patterned paper together to make the pockets, using a zigzag stitch for a decorative element.

Finish your tags by attaching colorful brads to the tops before sliding them into the pockets. Select colors that match your patterned paper to tie your layout together.

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    SOURCES Patterned paper: Creative Imaginations (background), Pink Paislee (green), Sassafras (orange), SEI (blue). Stickers, pen: American Crafts. Chipboard accents: BasicGrey (letters, bee, flourish), Sassafras (butterfly). Brads: Michaels. Button: BasicGrey. Tags: Paper Reflections for DMD. Tickets: Creative Imaginations. Ink: ColorBox by Clearsnap. Thread: Guterman (stitching), DMC Corp. (button).
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