Storing School Art Projects

If you’d like to store some of your child’s school artwork in a scrapbook, consider using photo sleeves as a quick and easy solution. We R offers so many different sizes and configurations of photo sleeves your sure to find something that works for you.

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After my daughter and I selected a few of her favorite art projects I mounted them on some fun patterned paper from the It Factor collection, cut themĀ apart to fit into my photo sleeves, and then inserted the segments into the sleeves.

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I chose to use two photo sleeves with 6″x12″ sections to hold the larger pieces. Even though part of the artwork is divided, the eye still views it as a whole piece. Plus I think it adds some additional visual interest with divided sections.

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I finished off the layout by adding a die cut title and a strip of washi tape. You could create a traditional 12″x12″ page with photos of additional artwork and place that next to this two page layout in your album.

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For additional ideas for storing your child’s school work in your scrapbook albums, check out THIS POST about our Keepsake Pockets.

How do you store and organize your child’s school papers and projects? Be sure to share your tips in the comment section below!



Photo Sleeves
It Factor 12×12 Paper Pad
It Factor 6×6 Paper Pad
Washi Tape–Sea Foam

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