Happy Sunday, SMS fans! It’s Sarah on the blog today with a pocket life spread to share with you, and of course a YouTube video to go along with it! Here is Week 47:
I used Jen Hadfield Warm and Cozy and a few other fall collections to create this spread! I grabbed a bunch of goodies from the SMS shop and got started!
As always, I start with my title card. It sets the tone for my whole spread. I cut a 2×6 piece of vellum and sewed it on with my sewing machine. I added a chipboard left from Warm and Cozy, a table from Fancy Pants Golden Days and the “Adventure” Thicker from Shimelle’s Let’s Go collection. The ‘WK 47″ Thickers are old Maggie Holmes Styleboard from Hobby Lobby.
i did my journalling on a 4×6 card this week. I added a White Paper Lace Doily and a chipboard lead. I embellished with enamel dots, gems and pearls,
I made a fun shaker pocket using a Becky Higgins 4×6 Fuse pocket and filled it with Evergreen Bough Sequin Mix and sewed it shut. I added another copper Thicker from Let’s go directly on top. I adhere to flip pocket to the outside of my pocket page using American Crafts Red Tape.
I added on of the new Ever-cork Forest Die Cuts to this 4×6 photo and added a die cut word and more of the Styleboard Thickers. I also added a Golden Days leaf paper clip to the 3×4 picture on top. I embellished most of my other 3×4 pics with copper word stickers from Maggie Holmes Gather.
I added half of a Paper Lace Doily to this 4×6 piece of patterned paper from Warm and Cozy. I filled a Small Glassine Bag with more of the Evergreen Bough Sequin Mix and sewed it shut with my sewing machine. I topped it off with another copper Thicker from Let’s Go and a word sticker from Gather. I used another chipboard leaf and more enamel dots, pearls and gems.
I used another Ever-cork Forest Die cut and embellished it similarly to the other picture. Doing similar embellishments across a spread adds to a more cohesive look for your layout.
I hope you have enjoyed my latest pocket life layout! You can see the YouTube video here:
Items I used from the shop: