A couple of online friends pointed me to scrapbooker Katie Scott's recent video (see below) on page kit storage and page kit making. Katie is a fellow scrapbooker from the wonderful Get It Scrapped creative team, that I sadly left in December when I decided to end all my DT positions due to lack of time. 

Since I left the DTs, I've been in a funk when it comes to 12x12 layouts. I haven't made any scrapbook pages since December. I've made cards and decorated my planner but no layouts. This might just be the inspiration I need to get my mojo back.

Katie's idea is to store page kits in page protectors in an album! How ingenious is that?! So simple and easy and yet I've never thought of it! The great beauty is that when you finish a page, you have an empty page protector to put it in and the album at hand, heehee. This must be perfect for bringing to crops!

If you'd like to participate in the super fun 'Calvinball' challenge in March, check out the forums at Get It Scrapped.

What is your own favorite storage solution for page kits? I would love to hear about it in the comments below.

Now I'm looking at albums. I'm affiliated with scrapbook.com because they have the broadest range of products, great customer service and a really cool web site and community. They also post new deals and coupons every week.

Today I found this super cute album. I love the inspirational quote on the front cover.

Becky Higgins - Project Life - Inspire Edition Collection - Album - 12 x 12 D-Ring
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This is another album I've had my eyes on for a while. It says it for baby girl scrapping but who cares? I love stripes and the colors are pretty.

Becky Higgins - Project Life - Baby Girl Edition Collection - Album - 12 x 12 D-Ring - Matte Paper
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Need more page protectors? Get them here.

Universal 12 x 12 Page Protectors for 3-ring Albums - 50 Pack
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American Crafts - Page Protectors - 12 x 12 - 10 Pack
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