Scrapbooking in Your Planner Using Patterned Paper

by Kymona Tracey

Hello everyone!

Kymona here to show you how to scrapbook in your planner using scrapbook patterned paper.

I’m currently in love with my planner and how each day has become a documented memory for me. If I continue this, my planner will become a scrapbook planner for the entire year. Now that is amazing!

Using scrapbook patterned paper is so easy to add to your planner.

Let’s take a look:

Our Family Collection

Doesn’t that patterned paper look good on this planner page? It’s a pocket holding the photo!!!

That patterned paper is a part of the Our Family Scrapbook Collection. It’s one of the watercolored pieces with the nice pastel colors. As a matter of fact, everything on this page comes from that kit.

Here’s how to create this patterned paper envelope¬†page:

Use the envelope punch board to create an envelope out of the watercolor patterned paper.

Cut one of the top flaps off leaving an opening to slide the photo into.

Adhere the reminding flaps with Altenew Glue Tape.

Stamp the sentiment from the stamp set that comes with the Our Family Scrapbook Collection using Altenew Permanent Black Crisp Ink.

Adhere the pocket to the planner page then add some wood veneer to decorate the pocket.

Add a stamped tab with a sentiment from Altenew Extended Family to the photo so that you can pull it in and out of the pocket.

Extended Family

Wood Veneer

Fantastic!

To finish the page off, add some black ink splatters using a paintbrush.

Nicely done.

Let’s take another look:

Our Family Scrapbook Patterned Paper

Scrapbooking in your planner is easy and fun. Adding patterned paper and creating cute envelopes are a nice way to add detail to your planner. 

So, what do you think? Would you create a layout in your planner? I would love to hear from you!

Thanks for stopping by!

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