Sunday, 14 October 2012

Mini Pocket Page

I wanted to show you the mini pocket page booklet I made using a tutorial by Kathy Orta. If you would like to take a look you can find it  HERE. It is really simple to make and it is really cute.  You could make it any size that you want and it could be a little brag book for your purse as well.

 This is the first half of the booklet. It has a pocket with a tag as shown below.
  This tag could actually be a folded one so you would have more photo space.
You open it up and there are 2 photo mats inside.
Flip it over to the back it looks like a small envelope.  Open it and you'll find more photo mats.
 This is how it looks on the edge.
And here is the other half of the pocket page.  I actually cut it into two because it was too thick to fit into the pockets of my mini album.  

 This is the front,
 the back
 and the inside.

This really is an ingenious design.  It only uses one sheet of cardstock and is not large (about 31/2" x 4") but it has quite a lot of places for photos and you could make it really pretty with embellishments, etc.
I'll have to make my next Mini a little larger because I want to make more of these and I'd like to keep them in one piece.
 A great big Thank You to Kathy Orta for designing and sharing her wonderful creations with the rest of us.
That's all for now. Thank you for visiting my blog. Take care and God Bless.
xx Margy


  1. Margy, I love what you have created here... it is fantastic. I have never made one like this, and would certainly be a wonderful brag book. Your colour choices are always super!!

  2. Hi Margy, Blog name looks better, but you could have just taken the apostrophe out, would have stopped the funny hyphen's you were getting. Did you get my email? Hope so! Otherwise it may be sitting in your spam folder :-) Have a wonderful weekend...x

  3. How cute! You did a great job!! :)

  4. Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment Emily. I really appreciate it. x Margy


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