Add an Envelope to a Layout & Video How-To

Travel Page with an Accordion Memorabilia Pocket

Hello We R fans!  It’s that time of year when the weather’s great, the kids are out of school, and many people travel.  So, I thought it would be fun to share a travel page with you that includes an accordion memorabilia pocket.

You can make this accordion pocket using store-bought envelopes, but in this video I demonstrate how to make it using the envelope punch board and some cardstock.  (That way there’s no question whether it’s acid free or not.)

Take a look below to learn how to make one for yourself:

14 thoughts on “Add an Envelope to a Layout & Video How-To

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  3. Thank you, this has given me some great ideas, that I never thought of adding to a scrapbook page. Question: Do you think brads would work in place of staples, for a decorative look as well?

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  5. I have been having a blast with my envelope maker. I am making envelopes out of old wallpaper samples. They are sooo easy to make.

  6. Thank you so much! Now I know what to do for an inside cover of the altered art journal I am making for a young lady! I loved the tutorial and know exactly how to make my envelopes!!

  7. Rally cute. Where do we get the tab stickers with the cute sayings? I checked the website, and was unable to find them. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Love the page, a great way to showcase your travel documents without having to adhear them down. Thank you for sharing.

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