Friday, January 15, 2016

Rose Blossom Blog Hop

Welcome to the mid-month 
Rose Blossom team blog hop.
You can find the complete hop list
at our amazing leader,
Brenda Rose's blog
Or you can just follow the links if you are starting here and you will end up
at Rose Blossom Legacies.
It's a circle of creative fun!
This time we are highlighting the
National Papercrafting Month
journaling card set.
While these cards are perfect for pocket scrapbooking I wanted to think
"outside the pocket" so I created a mini-album using our
Here is the cover...

The 4 x 6 journaling cards are the perfect size to slip into the bag openings.
You can add photos on them or journal.
The cards on the left are the 3 x 4 journaling cards in the set.
Here's a look at a few of the inside pages.


Combining the Live Your Day journaling cards with a few die-cuts and stamped images made this album quick and easy to create.
I'll show more details later because I know you cannot wait to head over to
Marge's blog
She will have some beautiful artwork to share, I am sure of that.
Thanks for joining us!
Have a wonderful weekend.

7 comments:

Kim Sparks said...

Oh my!!! You have just inspired me to create outside the pocket, too! This is such a fun and creative idea! Love it....

Mary Newman said...

Lynn....this is such a cute idea and I love it! You totally went outside the box and created an adorable little mini album. Just darling.

Morgan Vogt said...

What a fun idea! This is such a cute keepsake. I really love the images you chose to go with the cards - just adorable.

Kim Hill said...

This is so cute! Love these bag albums! The details are just beautiful, too. I'm so glad I'm on your team! :D

Brenda said...

I love this! You have found such great use for those bags and they paired with the cards perfectly!

Audrey Pettit said...

Oh, wow! I didn't realize on the last post that this was made from designer paper bags!!! What a great idea, Lynn! Love having all those interactive pockets on an album, as that gives you so much more room to add photos and journaling. Super duper creative, my friend! And beautiful!

Karen Pedersen said...

I love how absolutely creative you got with these cards. What a fun mini!