Another Tip: Coordinating Envelopes & Cards
I last talked about Coordinating Envelopes in my Quick Tip: Coordinating Envelopes article. In it, I cautioned you to get the envelope ready along with the card project so you don’t have to do one after you’ve put everything away.
Another tip I have is to get all your card pieces ready: stamped images, punch-outs, die-cuts, card base and layers, etc., and store them in the envelope until you have time to put them together. You can do several different projects at one time this way.
To convert this idea to scrapbook pages, use a Page Protector or Pocket Page to store your photos, mats, embellishments and so on for each page. With Project Life® by Stampin’ Up!®, you’re almost done just by doing this. For traditional scrapbook pages, you’ll need a little more time. Just use one protector per page and you’ll be able to breeze right through!
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