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We just love these pocket pages that Tanya created to share her thoughts about her upcoming trip to Walt Disney World! Her method of documenting it so well is truly inspiring!

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Clean, crisp lines and Tanya’s choice of bright and primary colors really make the elements pop against the white background.

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Tanya cut the castle from grey cardstock using a metal cutting die from Scraps & Ink Crafts and backed it with ruby red glittered paper for a bit of sparkle. The chipboard yellow heart and quote is a lovely sentiment!

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An adorable Minnie Mouse cupcake paperclip and washi “tickets” are fun little embellishments by Scraps & Ink Crafts and add dimension to the page.

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This style of pocket page works well for two photos on the top half and plenty of room for journaling on the bottom half of the page.

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Another fun die cut of Mickey rushing off with luggage in tow is cut from patterned paper and fits perfectly inside the pocket.

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The variety of configurations of the pockets allows you to create pages that suit your needs.

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Whether you are using pre-made cards and inserts or making them yourself using your own paper and embellishments, pocket pages are a great way to get those events and memories documented including your future plans for a trip to a Disney park!