Make | 6×8 Pocket Page – Night Out

6x8 Project Life | Blackbird Darlin

I know I’ve mentioned a couple times how I want to add pocket style page protectors in with my regular layouts (those aren’t going anywhere, trust me), but not actually showing anything here on the blog.


I know, it’s really simple, right? It’s also not a spread. (WAT)

Okay, let me explain…I actually kept trying to embellish this page, but I finally just gave up and left it much like the way it started out. Maybe in time I’ll get the pocket embellishing thing down, but I like keeping things simple and graphic, so it probably won’t change too drastically from this.

So why isn’t this a spread? Because I’ve decided I’m not going to worry about that! If I have a random photo that I want to do in this style, I am going to do it and either add another random photo to the back side, OR just leave the back with some pretty paper and call it good. I’ve resisted trying this style for awhile because I know the traditional weekly/monthly format of Project Life just wouldn’t work for the way I scrapbook.

At some point, I’ll dive deeper into my process on here, but it’s still pretty new for me…already a bit addicted though. Yay for variety!

6x8 Project Life | Blackbird Darlin

Supplies Used: “&” journaling card, washi tape, labels, Dear Lizzy “+” patterned paper (Citrus Twist March PL kit), “Night Out” stamp (Citrus Twist January PL kit), wood patterned paper (American Crafts DIY Shop 6×6 pad), letter stickers (October Afternoon Dandelions), alphabet stamps (Studio G), date stamp

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5 Responses to Make | 6×8 Pocket Page – Night Out

  1. Danielle de Konink April 4, 2014 at 4:01 AM #

    I actually love the clean style, less is more :-)

  2. lilgik April 4, 2014 at 5:09 AM #

    Love the way your page turned out!

  3. katalina-marie April 4, 2014 at 6:26 AM #

    great pl!

  4. Dictionary April 4, 2014 at 8:01 AM #

    This is great, sometimes less is more.

  5. Lisa April 4, 2014 at 9:32 AM #

    Thanks for the kind words ladies! I kept running in between that line of boring and overdone, and it was driving me a bit nuts. I’ll probably keep sticking to simple :)

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