This page was SO easy. I saw it on diy scrapbooking. Here are the directions:
For this page, papers are glued together back to back. Start by attaching a blue paisley sheet to a blue houndstooth check pattern paper, leaving the houndstooth check protruding 3 inches from under the paisley. Add more papers, with a green houndstooth check next to the first blue paisley, and a blue paisley then a blue houndstooth next to the blue houndstooth check (figure A).
2. Fold the 3-inch-wide edge of blue houndtooth check up and over the blue paisley paper to create the first pocket (figure B).
3. Score the paper for the pocket folds, measuring up from the bottom of the blue paisley paper. Score at 7 inches, then 5 inches from that, then 7 inches from that, then 3-1/2 inches from that. Fold the pockets along these score lines with a simple accordion fold: First fold down, then up.
Note: See the diagrams in the PDF Pattern file at the right for detailed folding information.
4. The final fold gives the page a little margin for error. Measure the finished folded sheet and mark the 12-inch mark. Score at that mark and fold the paper up and back under the edge of the top pocket. This gives the page a nicely finished look, but also makes allowance for any variations in measurements. Adhere all pockets along the edges
The score marks straight across are 3, 10, 15, 22, 25 1/2, and 32. The directions give the marks a little differently, like 7 inches from that, etc. If you want to measure from one spot straight down the page, these are the numbers.