Sidekick Essentials Uncategorized Altering Photo Pocket Pages to Fit the Sidekick February 14, 2022 Hello again everyone, Annette Green here today with a few ideas on how to use the new Photo Pocket Pages (designed for the regular planner) in your Sidekick planner. I was curious to figure out if this was possible, so I did some experimenting and came up with something fun you may like to try. I’ve created a “Craft With Me” style video as I created my pages and I share the steps to altering the pocket pages. I returned to my nature planner which is the Espresso Sidekick to create a few simple pages. The pocket pages are great to work with because not only do they protect my photos, they allow for some fun layering ideas and that interesting “see through” effect to the pages behind them. The first page option is to simply trim the top and bottom off the narrowest pocket page in the package, as shown on the left here. I’ve created this split-in-two pocket for a second option, as you’ll see in the video. All you need is a craft knife, ruler and mat. The pages cut easily and also sew quite nicely on the sewing machine. If sewing isn’t your thing, closing up the cut edge can easily be done with some washi tape or coordinating paper. I hope you take a moment to check out the video, and perhaps you’ll give this a try too. Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies: Share on:TweetShare on TumblrPrintLike this:Like Loading... planner addictPlanner Essentialsplanner pagesPlanner Pocket Pages 1 Comment Share Annette Green You Might Also Like Carpe Diem Planner Page June 19, 2021 Pop it Ups Wednesday With Caz – Pocket Surprise! September 2, 2015 December Day-by-Day Inspiration December 2, 2021 Diane February 14, 2022 at 3:28 pm You could use the tool from Memory Keepers that heats up and cuts or seals plastic. I forget the name though.