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Create a journaling pocket in your wedding scrapbook to capture every moment and bring your wedding pictures to life. Remember all the details of your special day for years to come.
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What You’ll Need
Wedding photos
Paper & card stock
Metallic gold card stock
Stickers
Adhesive
Foam adhesive
Journaling pen
Rub-on words
Heart punch

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How to Make it:

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Start your layout
Use the KODAK EASYSHARE Photo Printer to print pictures to preferred size and choose desired color tone. Cropping helps to customize the photos even more. To start, arrange photos to create a feeling of balance. Be sure to consider both pages of the double page spread as one entity.
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Decorate
Add a few accents (like the red bands) that are also positioned to balance with each other.
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Add stories
Add journaling or titles over the top of the red bands.
TIP: You can print the journaling on the computer and trim it to size, but if you do, try to add a little bit of your handwriting somewhere else on the page - maybe handwrite the date or the names of the people featured in the photos.
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Pocket details
The pocket is a folded strip of black vellum with a torn edge along the top. It is embellished with vellum stickers over a band of torn paper. The pocket is used to house a strip of gold cardstock that is used to handwrite a little about the event.
TIP: A torn edge is exaggerated when ripped from paper that has a white core, adding definition to the torn edge.