Peekaboo Pockets™ are a great way to add photos to your layouts and projects in unique and creative ways. They allow you to stack photos and mats on top of one another to create multi-layered projects with a variety of photos and decorations. They’re awesome for scrapbooking, but that’s not all you can do with them! In today’s post, learn how to create a flip book craft from blog contributor Wendy. Happy reading!
It’s a common problem in the scrapbooking world — you have tons of photos that work great with one another, but you can’t fit all of them on the page in a stylish and organized way. Thankfully, this problem is now a thing of the past thanks to the Peekaboo Pockets™! You can use the Peekaboo Pockets™ to add new layers to your pages and fit all your coordinating photos into a multi-layered scrapbook layout. This helps in terms of functionality, organization and the overall appearance of the page. Check out how they’re used with CM’s newest Christmas collection — Season’s Greetings!
As the weather gets colder and the leaves start to fall, you’re inevitably getting ready to make some great memories and take some awesome photos this autumn — maybe even more than you have room for! If you need to accommodate more photos in your layouts, using Peekaboo Pockets™ is a great way to do so. Want to make a beautiful photo pocket scrapbook layout for your fall photos? Read on to learn how!
Back-to-school-season is in full swing, and while some kids may not be excited about this, many avid scrapbookers have been looking forward to this time of year due to the plethora of photo opportunities that comes with it and can’t wait to get back to their craft room! But with all those photos, have you ever found that you accumulated so many that you simply couldn’t fit them all onto one page? With the Essentials collection and Peekaboo Pockets™, you can give these projects the feeling of possibilities and excitement – check out the beautiful two-page school scrapbook layout that was created by blog contributor Karen!
They say a picture is worth a thousand words but is that even enough to tell the full story? Do you ever find yourself running out of room on a page and being unable to fit all of your photos and memories? Peekaboo Pockets™ are one of the best ways to fit more photos on a scrapbook page! These scrapbooking photo pockets are an efficient and effective way to pack your pages with as many photos as you need, layering photographs on top of one another to create a “slideshow” of sorts. With the Peekaboo Pockets™, there’s no more leaving photos off the page due to a lack of room; you can fit everything you want onto the page in an organized, aesthetically pleasing way. Want to see them in action? Check out just how much content can be squeezed into this Maritime two-page layout with Peekaboo Pockets™ below!
It’s our favorite holiday… National Scrapbook Day! We are ready to celebrate accordingly by scrapping the day away! We hope your day is filled with scrapbooking, crafting, photos, friends and FUN. So, let’s shake it up with a special card!
If you were stranded on a desert island with only one scrapbook item, what would it be? Go on, take a moment to think about it… but don’t think too hard! What I’m getting at is, what is your can’t-live-without Creative Memories product? Mine is the Fast2Fab™ Album, without a doubt. The Repositionable Tape Runner Refill and the Border Maker System follow closely behind, but the Fast2Fab™ is simply outstanding. Take a look at what I created!
What is the fastest way to a fabulous, complete scrapbook album? Fast2Fabs™ Albums of course! If you haven’t tried them for yourself, you will want to take a look at this post to see how one of our contributors, Karen, creatively integrated traditional pages with Fast2Fab™ pages.
I wasn’t sure Creative Memories could improve on the beautiful, versatile Fast2Fab™ Albums. Until I tried using the new Peekaboo Pockets™ in them, that is. A whole new world of options opened up for me! Here are a few ways I found to use the pockets to make the Full Bloom Fast2Fab™ pages work even better with my photos and stories.