Today Design Team Expert Linda Auclair shares her tips and tricks for using the Photo Freedom system. This system of memory keeping allows you to added divided page protectors to your current albums or to document your memories on a daily or weekly basis.
Have you been bitten by the Photo Freedom divided page bug yet? I am a total convert and have been enjoying how quickly and easily my pages go together using the system. One of my favorite collection kits that Echo Park has released (so far) has got to be the Photo Freedom Volume 1 collection. In addition to the kit which contains a selection of the divided pages to choose from, Echo Park Paper has released a companion collection of Designer Solids to allow you to stretch your kit even further.
For my fun beach spread, I found the perfect sentiments perfectly sized to personalize and slip into the sleeves. I used stickers from the collection, a twist of baker’s twine, a rainbow of bullet-point rhinestones, and a twine-tied button to add simple flair to my photos and the pre-printed blocks. For a playful touch, I popped up a speech bubble sticker with foam tape to personalize my seagull photo.
The pockets are roomy enough to accommodate embellishments, as well as, ephemera and found objects, which makes it the perfect system to use for travel pages. You can create beautiful pages in minutes to preserve your precious memories and free up time to go and make more memories.
I hope that I’ve inspired you to give the divided page format a try. I think that you’ll be hooked as quickly as I was. We’d love to see your Photo Freedom pages. Be sure to link us up in your comments, and post your pages on our Facebook page HERE.