Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Pocket Page Challenge Features!

Today I am honored to be sharing some of the fantastic pocket pages that have been posted in our Paper Issues {Friends and Fans} Facebook group so far this month! Some were submitted as part of the January Pocket Page Challenge and others are just too great not to show off. The January Pocket Page Challenge is to set a goal, create a mission statement, make a bucket list or document some way you are starting off 2016 with intention.

My opening page of our 2016 family album defines the word and intentions that are my focus this year, along with a brief manifesto:

Enza Gudor boldly exclaimed that this is her year of YES! I love the graphic punch of script paired with the beautiful photos.

Carrie Anderson is using a smaller format for her album and is beautifully stating her intentions to make 2016 a creative year!

Melinda Greer is on the move, both with her album pages and in her goals for the the year ahead.

Emily Cunningham's pages are clean, polished, inspiring and...can we give this woman a hand for staying up to date already? My Pocket Page hero! While that may not be everyone's goal, it is one of hers and she has it covered.

Julie Evers scrapped her 2016 album beginning without photos but chose lovely colors, patterns and words and set the tone and document her intentions.

There is still plenty of time to enter this month's Challenges - until February 6th - for a chance to win a Paper Issues gift certificate!


  1. Congrats of the features ladies. Really great pocket pages;o)


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