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Years ago I taught a class called

Innies & Outties.

It was all about creating scrapbook pages with

photos on the inside of a page protector


embellishments on the outside of the page protector.

It's been years since I've completed an Innie & Outtie album

until recently.

Below is a close-up of the album cover with a few pages from the album:




You can see the sheen of the page protector with the

decorative paper and photo mat tucked inside.

The embellishments are attached to the outside of the page protector.



This next page has the decorative paper and photo mats under the page protector

with a flip on the outside of the page protector.

If you have lots of photos, this is a good way to add real estate to your albums.


The photo below shows the page/flip opened up.


Incorporating a handmade greeting card every now and then 

gives much needed room for journaling.


Thanks for visiting my blog today.

See you again soon!



Still use red line to attach? Or what are you using now? That was one of the best classes I've ever had.

Judy cowell

Would love to do again. Was so fun

Reggie Lamb

I still use your ideas; you are sooo clever ❣️

Carolyn Krass.

Hopefully you teach a class and I can make it!

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