BUT... if you did make a list and take a handful of snapshots you can make this little book with me. Easy peasy.
The pocket pages are made from double-sided paper. It doesn't have to be double-sided but it sure makes the job easier. For demonstration I'm just using watercolor paper so you can see my measurements and folds. If you can see from my super-blurry photos, that is...
For each 'pocket' you'll need a piece of paper cut to 6 1/2" by 9".
Using your handy Scor-Pal or just a ruler and bone folder, score at the halfway point (4 1/2") and also all the way across the bottom at 1/2".
You are going to cut off the 1/2" strip on the left side of the paper, leaving a little "flap" to fold up on the right side.
I've also cut 1" off the top of the right side. This photo shows pinking shears, you can use whatever you'd like. The pockets in my books had straight cuts.
I don't like!
I made a tag to fit into each pocket so I could do my journaling.
Does everyone hate their own handwriting? I do. so I feel better if it's hidden inside the pocket.