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Easy To Make Junk Journal Pockets, Round or Oval Pockets

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These pockets are super easy to make and they hold quite a bit of journaling cards. You can cut circles and ovals out if you have a Cricut, or you can make them like I did, with a creative memories cutting system. I used the circles and the ovals.

You can make 2 pockets by cutting out 3 circles or ovals. You need to cut 3 because the 3rd is going to be the pocket part. You’ll want to cut one of the circles in half for the pocket.

These are super easy and quick to make! You can leave them plain or decorate them. We all know, they need to be decorated.

I had a lot of fun making these. The little butterflies came from some extra paper sides.

This circle came left over strips that I collaged together. I had to go over this circle a few time, since it was thicker than regular paper.

This one is kind of my favorite. I love the lace in the front of the coffee dyed paper with the Tim Holtz mushrooms. I’ll admit it, I cut the pocket crooked. But it’s still adorable. Enjoy!

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