I love it when something comes together so easy! Interactive scrapbook pages sound difficult but actually they are just a way to help get a job done easier. In this case, I wanted to add more photos to my layout and used Heidi’s photo-stack concept.
A photo-stack is just a piece of paper sized to double the length of your photo. You fold it in half and you have a place to put photos on the front and inside the folded paper.
You can see I used a favorite photo on the front of the photo-stack. Then, when I lifted the photo I was able to put two more photos inside!
Then, I had a blast decorating the page with clear stickers from the Color Fresh Paperline sticker book! The clear stickers are fun to layer!
When you go to place your page in the page protector, take a craft knife carefully and slice around the photo-stack so that you can access the flap.
I hope that you try this technique to get more photos documented with less space!
Supplies | Heidi Swapp Color Fresh Paperline Collection