Thursday, June 12, 2008


Page protectors of different sizes that have various types of pockets are so much fun.
Fun because visually they offer a break when one flips through an album and also fun in the making because of all the possibilities ( rub-ons, stickers, die-cuts,all kinds of embellishments can be used on them ).

I usually use them to showcase an event or a holiday.They're also perfect to incorporate pieces of a catalog, an add, a ticket stub, a drawing...
The novelty here for me is that I played with dimensions, inside/outside of the pockets (see the 1st two pictures).Let me know what YOU do with page protectors, any tips?


  1. Tres interessant !je suis contente d'avoir achete ces "pages protectors" lors de mon dernier me contenterai de prendre tes idees !!!Merci Y.S

  2. "We are shaped....."I very much agree !Y.S

  3. Where did you find the ones for the vertical photos? I learned a trick from a friend, she just uses cardstock to back her photos then hole punches and sticks them in the binder with no sleeve. You can make room for journaling and embelishments too. That's what I've been doing with my vertical photos that I can't fit into a regular sheet of 4x6 slots. My husband stole my camera and flew across the country, but when he gets back I can post some pics of the 4x6 sheets I've been doing. Thanks for sharing your ideas!

  4. I just love this idea! I hadn't really given page protector's much artistic credit, but you've definately taken it to a new level for me. Where do you get your different sized page protectors, by the way? I must try this! Thanks so much for the inspiration.

  5. Très bonne idée encore une fois de faire un album comme ca, ca revient surement moins cher ?