Interactive scrapbook pages are layouts that have a portion that the reader can manipulate. Some pages have flaps that lift to reveal additional photos or journaling. Some of them have a tab that pulls out to show your text. While still, others have mini books that open to show up to nine more photographs for that scrapbook layout.
All of these techniques can be coordinated with any style or theme scrapbook page, making them perfect for your next layout.
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Journaling Pull Tabs
Did you know that your journaling can be hidden behind a photo on your scrapbook page layouts? Perhaps you simply don't have room on your scrapbook page layout to include a journaling box or you don't want people to see your handwriting, a hidden journaling tab offers the perfect solution.
This simple scrapbook technique uses the photos on the layout as the pockets to hold journaling cards that easily slide out to be read.
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Accordion Books on Scrapbook Pages
Can't fit all your favorite photos on a single scrapbook page? This mini accordion-fold scrapbook is a neat and decorative way to pack in even more photos onto a scrapbook page layout.
The book takes up a 4x4 inch square on your page but can hold up to nine additional photos!Continue to 5 of 5 below.
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Matchbook Mini Books
Matchbook shaped mini-books can coordinate with any theme of scrapbook page simply by changing the colors of cardstock used to make them. They can hold photos, journaling, or even small memorabilia. You can add just one to your layout or an entire series of them.
Create larger matchbooks, or make a themed mini-scrapbook or even tiny matchbooks for holiday gift tags.