Have you noticed the pocket scrapbooking trend? I can see the appeal because everything is done on a smaller scale. You can slip those pictures in the pockets and create a few fun additions and call it good. You can also easily change it up at any time if you so desire. If you are a traditional scrapbook person, you can still use the pocket scrapbook elements on a 12 x 12 page. In fact, today’s project can be done either way.
I went to my first Easter Sunrise service last year. Usually, I am singing in the church choir so I can’t make the trip to the hilltop service. I am so glad I was able to finally experience what it is like to gather with others in the dark and watch the sun rise over the hills and river. I highly recommend you try it at least once in your life!
There are no instructions for making the page since it is pretty obvious how it goes together. Just ink the edges, glue together and add photos. Be sure to download the cutting files by clicking on the links below.
Have a blessed Easter everyone!
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- Bazzill Basics Fourz (Citrus)
- Bazzill Basics Monochromatic Cardstock (Blossom, Coastal, Yam)
- Prima Chalk Edgers
- Plaid/All Night Media Pop-Dots
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