Pocket Pages and Paper Badges

Pocket Pages are all the rage in the Scrapbooking industry.  However, I’ve taken it up a notch with these adorable Paper Badges…

Pocket Badges

About a year ago, my friend Cindy and I teamed up to offer some fun challenges to our CTMH Teams.  As one of the elements to our training’s we began offering Pocket Badges, a unique twist on traditional Pocket Pages.  These are just some of the Badges I have created over the months (shown above).

More about my Paper Badges…

Yes! To Adventure Badge:  This Badge used the, now retired, Dreamin’ Big Paper Pack.  Using my Cricut Explore, I cut out the mountains and the moon.  I sponge daubed the mountain tops and finished them off with some Shimmer Pen snow.  I used my favorite Alphabet Stamp A1182 Etched Alphabet for most of the lettering and some Gold Shimmer Trim for an extra bit of bling.

Queen of the Crop Badge:  Once again using the retired Dreamin’ Big Paper Pack, I crafted this Badge with scraps of B&T I had laying around.  I used my Cricut Explore for some of the lettering and the crown.  Plus, I used my favorite Alphabet Stamp Set, mentioned above.

Partners sin Crime Badge:  For this Badge, I wanted to use some of the new Cats & Bats Paper because it was right around the time of the new Holiday Expressions book.  I also used the Cats & Bats Cardmaking Stamp Set along with some Bitty Sparkles for the eyes.

You’ve Got This Badge:  Centered around giving my Team a ‘road map’ I once again used some of the Cats & Bats Paper along with my Cricut Expressions.  I mostly used Close To My Heart Cardstock but I also used some Aqua colored Shimmer Trim to give it a bit of Sparkle.

Offering these badges has become a fun communication tool for my Stampin’ Buds Team and I.  I’m looking forward to continuing this program over the months, as well as, looking into ways of possibly offering this to my customers as well.  – Blessings <3
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