Pocket Scrapbooking Cards – extra versatile…

Lots of my Scrapbooking friends often turn their noses up at Pocket Scrapbooking Cards (in CTMH terms we call them Picture My Life Cards or PML Cards), as they think that they aren’t for them and their traditional 12×12″ pages.

But it simply isn’t so. This little pack of gold contains 24 double sided printed cards in a variety of 3×4″ and 4×6″ (caries from pack to pack). Some are landscape orientation, some portrait. Some have patterns and pictures, others have words/quotes/sayings. There are even some that are printed acetate and others that are water colour paper so that you can paint them to suit your project or photos. They come in a variety of themes and all our paper collections have a set of PML cards to match.

These PML cards make fabulous additions to all sizes of Scrapbooking pages – journalling boxes, embellishments, or even photo mats. I love to add them into layouts and use our Pocket Plus Pages to add a few extra photos.

Another use of PML cards is to turn them into cards. I did this recently with the Feels Like Home PML Cards. From one pack of PML cards, the matching compliments, some twine, gems and card bases, I was able to make 13 cards. Just like any cardmaking some are more simple – with the PML cards adhered onto a card front with a few embellishments, others I cut up and pieced together again. I’m really happy with the results. I hope you like them too.

If you’d like to make these yourself you are welcome too. I’ve included the instructions as a FREE download from my store. I hope you enjoy making them as much as I did.

Until next time

Happy Crafting


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About scrappychicksctmh

Mum of 2 beautiful girls and 1 beautiful little man. Paper addict. Scrapbooker and Papercrafter of 20+ years.
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