Tuesday, 24 October 2017


As a hybrid scrapbooking addict, I have a lot of printed photos and I always look for them when I sit down in front of my scrapbooking table. To help store the pic that need to be scrapped I decided to create a folder to store and categorize my photos.

I made the pocket from a kraft paper.
I cut several pieces: a main part to create the back and the front of the pocket, a flap to close the pocket and 3 dividers to separate inside of the pocket to create differents spaces for different occasions/categories.

First I glued the flap onto the main cardstock part to join them and create the complete pocket

Then I cut two rectangles from a yellow paper ouf of the Mark The Date Paper Pack. I folded them, several times, to create a paper accordion.

I glued them on the edges of my pocket. These accordions will be used as runners to slide the dividers inside the pocket

I covered the pocket's back with a blue paper from If Only Papers.

For the front parts I used a paper from Forget Me Not Papers.

Then I closed the pocket so I was able to glue the yellow accordions on the kraft paper, left and right.

I inserted the dividers :

The next step is create a way to close the folder. For this I punched two holes in the flap.

Next I did was sew a button on the folder. To help me sew it in the right place, I marked the holes of the button with a black pen.

Then I made a loop with a piece of string.

And voilá my folder is done!

As always I hope you enjoyed my post and if I inspired you in any way, shape or form then by all means make a photo of your project and upload it to your gallery so you can leave a link in the comment section below! I'd love to see what you made!

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