This is the pocket part. In yesterday's post, Paper & Pockets, I shared my faux spiral notebook paper. I needed that pocket die so I could slip in the paper. I need another hole in my head, too.
I discovered that library pockets are not hard to make at all. A simple library pocket is all I needed.
|My finished NON-die cut library / journaling pocket.|
How'd I get there?
Let's start with my choice of materials. Last week, I got two boxes of letter sized manila file folders at Office Depot...FREE after Rewards. YAY! for free craft stuff!
Free after rewards!
Guess I best start cutting these up!
|Library pocket dimensions, cutting & scoring guidelines.|
Simple cutting, scoring, snipping and taping.
So...put 'em together and whaddaya got?
|Goodness! I love 'em!|
Not boo...I do like Cinderella...who says shoes can't change ya life!? Anyhoo...yay, for shoes changing your life...and for NON die cut library pockets! I can decorate them and journal...looking forward to using these in my SMASH book and to using the same idea to create journaling cards / pockets for my son's baby book!
So, in two days, I've effectively talked myself out of THREE PTI purchases: (1) the spiral notebook paper die, (2) the library pocket die, (3) and the stamp set that stamps the lines on the paper.
Thanks for stopping by! Have a moo'valous day!