Tuesday, December 21, 2021

Let It Snow Pocket Pages with Doodlebug

Hey friends! Today, I'm sharing 4 new scrapbook pages I made for my granddaughter's monthly 8x8 Storybook Album. I used the new Let It Snow collection and I'm so in love with it. The winter Christmas theme was perfect for my December layouts.

On my first page, I used the 12x12 Merry and Bright print as the base and created 4 rectangular mats with the Tis The Season paper and white card stock. I added folding cards to 2 of them and a December title using white My Type alpha stickers.

For the other two spaces, I added fun die cuts from the Odds and Ends. The adorable snow globe with the reindeer is my favorite one. And no page is complete without some sweet little enamel sprinkles!

The second page uses one of Doodlebug's page protectors that has 3 spaces. I trimmed a journaling card from the Sweet Santa paper and put it in the tall vertical space. Perfect for a note to Santa or a Christmas list.

I created a folding card and added the Santa Clause phrase from the Chit Chat. I love folding cards. Not only do they double your photo space, but they make your pages fun and interactive! 

I always try to combine the 12x12 and 6x6 pattern papers. It's fun to mix and match the different sizes and I think the layouts are more interesting. You can see I used the smaller print on the folding element above.
 

I love these colors. The ladybug red and swimming pool blue are my absolute favorite so this collection was perfect for me!
 
 
At the top, I added a photo mat from the Holiday Dots paper and a band filled with shiny enamel heart shaped sprinkles. So colorful!
 
 
On the bottom, I included a few more items like Santa, a Christmas tree and a scalloped circular mat for a small photo. I cut the white scallop shape using a 3.5" punch and the inside circle using a 3" punch. 
 
 
With the little penguins and the white snowflake background paper (called North Pole), I think this page would be really cute for photos of Rylee playing in the snow. Now, I just hope we get some!

 
I made the large mat a super handy pocket. I added a few colorful tags and a small journaling card from the Bits and Pieces (love these!) for notes or dates. And did you notice ... more cute sprinkles!
 

I finished this page by adding the
Playful Penguins Doodle-pops. Rylee is going to LOVE these precious 3D stickers. They're so fun!
 
Thanks for stopping by! If you'd like to see the other months in this album, all using Doodlebug collections visit: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August and November.
 


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