As I work on my travel plans for summer, I knew I had to use one of the Disney cut files (available from ScanNCut retailers) to make a pocket for my notebook.
usual disclosure: I do work with Brother as a paid consultant, but all ideas & opinions are my own. I love the ScanNCut and it’s my pleasure to share with you how I craft with it!
For this project I utilized the Beauty & the Beast themed envelope cut out of watercolor paper.
Here is my YouTube video tutorial so you can see how I created this pocket.
What I love about these kind of pages in my travel journal or notebook is that it gives an artistic touch as well as being a practical way to store more, and keep more information together.
I will replace some of the decorative pocket elements once I have some park maps, tickets, or other bits to add in. But I wanted to show it to you full so you can see how much fun adding a pocket can be!
I find traveling with a notebook that has all of my information as well as room for journaling on the road to be a great thing not just for the convenience, but also for future reference when I want to scrapbook about the trip after! It keeps so many notes and details that I will find useful at a later time.
Can you keep a secret? You’ll want to stay tuned to my posts next week when I have a special giveaway. Rumor has it that it’ll include the cut file I used in this very project…
2 thoughts on “Be Our Guest: Disney inspired pocket page for travel journal”
Very cute! I wondered why you’d use an envelope with a hole – duh, love the vellum inside.
Oooh I’m waiting with baited breath!! Love that project!!!
Comments are closed.