I happened upon a box filled with old photographs from my childhood. My father had faithfully put them into photo albums and, with his immaculate lettering, given them dates and places. Unfortunately, time has taken it’s tole and the photos are quickly falling out of the albums and the albums are starting to lose their pages. So, in my abundant free time, I am frantically trying to scan them in and, using my computer’s immaculate lettering, adding dates, places, and comments.
What does this have to do with my Photo Pocket Page Templates? They are making the process of capturing memories in the form of a scrapbook page VERY easy. Below is one I just did using my newest kit A King’s Bounty and a template from Photo Pockets Page Templates 8. These are pictures of my first year (I was such a cute baby).
This was so easy, I decided to make another one using a template from Photo Pockets Page Templates 5 and photos of me as a 1 year old.
So far, I’ve made it up through the age of 3. Those layouts and a lot more examples, from both myself and my team, can be seen in my gallery here at theStudio.
And now for your freebie. So you could get a closer look at the pockets, I made a Quick Page using a page template from Photo Pockets Page Templates 7 and my kit A King’s Bounty. You can download it by clicking ***HERE*** or the preview below.
The layouts and freebie were all made from latest batch Page Templates (5-8). These templates, along with their matching add-on Pocket Pages (5-8) are on sale for 30% off through the end of the month. I’ve also made some bundles that will save you even more. They’re all in my Personal Use Store here at theStudio.
If you aren’t sure how to use these, I do have a tutorial on my blog along with a lot more freebies sprinkled about.