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I CANNOT STOP MAKING THESE! They are perfect for everyone!



1,2,3 it's as easy as that! You can make a folio with 3 pieces of cardstock.  Maymay is showing us how to make the adorable folio from the Stash Buster Series. These little folios can hold up 10 or more photos!!! 

So gather up the stash and let's bust out some folios! 

 Stash Buster Playlist:



Folio base:

you will need 3 pieces of plain cardstock that are 8 1/2" x 11"

Take 2 pieces and score on the 11" side at 3" ~~ 9"~~ and 9 1/4"

Take the 3rd piece of cardstock and on the 11" side score at 5 1/2" 


You will need to use your stash of pattern paper 

-3 pieces cut to 8 1/4" x 5 3/4”

-3 pieces cut to 8 1/4" x 5 1/4" if you make the pocket or 4 pieces if you do not create the pocket (see the video)

Small Pocket Flap: 

You will need to use your stash of pattern paper 

-1 piece cut to 2 1/4" x 8 1*4" 

3 Large Pocket Flaps: 

You will need to use your stash of pattern paper

- 3 pieces cut to 2 3/4" x 8 1/4" 

Front Cover Flap:

You will need to use your stash of pattern paper

-2 pieces cut to 1 1/2" x 8 1/4" 

Pocket Inserts: 

You will need to use your stash of pattern paper

- Option 1 cut paper to 7" x 5" 

-Option 2 cut paper to 10" x 7" and score on the 10" side at 5" 

Photo Mats: 

You will need to cut white cardstock/copy paper to 4" x 6" 


~~Products Featured~~

Art Glitter Glue

BM Cardstock

Basic Grey Magnets ( large)

Cricut 13” Trimmer

Dress My Craft Bone Folder

EK Embossing Stylus

Mintay Joy of Life 12x12 Paper Collection


Picture Perfect Stamp Set

Pattern Paper Section

Versafine Onyx Black Ink

WRMK Crop-A-Dile Corner Chomper

WRMK Scoreboard



Swap Guidelines: --

You will need to purchase your spot for the swap.

You can click here to do that:

The last day to purchase a Swap spot is June 17th 2022

You will receive and email with all the details and an invite to the Swap Facebook group.

--You will need to create 2 folios that are our basic design and size ( the same as the one in our video) We have a two folio per person limit.

-- The two folios must have one slide out and 7 places for 4x6 photos.

--The folios cannot be any thicker. than 1' for both ( see the video) --The deadlines to submit the two folios is July 11 2022



-—I use affiliate links when possible, using these links to purchase awards me a small commission. Items used in this video are all purchased by me, if and when an items is sent to me I will denote that by using ** next to the item. 

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  • I just love the 3 Page Wonder. I turned the folio into a folio for wedding reception photos. Several of the wedding guests have offered to take photos and fill them. I made a decorated box from Chipboard like your video from 2 years ago (monogrammed stationary box) and the 4 wedding folios will fit inside. It will be a nice way for the newlyweds to store and display these photos from their happy day.

    Marki Haynes on
  • Maymay, I am truly addicted to making folios now. I have 4 of the 8 1/2 x11 3 page wonders and one of the 12×12 3 page wonders. I am stash busting and it feels great. I also made two sets of cards for gifting and I have a stash of gift card holders and gift bags and boxes. I’m always ordering new paper packets. Thank you for these videos. Also I make mini scrapbooks to give as gifts. Those take a lot longer. This really ramped up my gifts to give away.

    Lisa Sarr on

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