Welcome to the FIRST Virtual Crop — Digital Edition! First, let’s walk through an overview of the event which runs from right now — 9am CT Friday through Sunday at 11:59pm CT on Facebook (click here to join).Continue reading Win Custom Products: Virtual Crop — Digital Edition Challenges!
Scrapbooking with friends is a great way to find new layout inspiration and avoid dreaded scrapper’s block (the term for when you can’t think of ideas for your next page or design). Doing a small project together, such as a border, is a great way to try out new techniques and see how we all do things a little bit differently. It’s also a lot of fun! No matter what type of page you’re creating, any layout can benefit from a nice border!
Five years ago, my Mom gave me a collection of vintage postcards from Bolton Landing, NY, with correspondence from the early 1900s to 1940s. The back of the postcards have small anecdotes written to friends and family. Today, every time that I hear someone talk about their handwriting it’s always with apologies – my handwriting is awful, or, your handwriting is so much better than mine! But, whenever we look back at stories the generations have written before us, we never think… gosh, they have bad handwriting. Rather, we’re fascinated by the note they left us to read and see a small moment in their life.
I was inspired by this new Creative Memories Archiver’s™ page design that Melissa created, so I found my old postcards and decided to write down the story of why my Mom gave them to me.
Scrapbook papers and embellishments have personalities, and Bee Mine is energizing! If you’ve been feeling a little rundown after the hustle and bustle of the holidays, get your hands on the Bee Mine collection and you’ll feel ready to create an entire album. When Melissa designed this fun Arrow Border Layout, I had to give it a try. I loved the way that she used three different colors of cardstock behind each arrow in the border design.
Ooh la la – the Mi Amor collection is love at first sight. If you’re looking for a preview of what this collection holds, then you’ve come to the right place. We’re sharing five videos that give you an up close and personal look at the shimmer of the Mi Amor Album Cover, the loveliness of the Mi Amor Paper Pack, the artistry of the Mi Amor Embellishments and the variety of the Mi Amor Stickers.
PS. Don’t miss the bonus video at the end of this post.
We’re passionate about providing you with ways to save your memories in an artistic and creative way. You can now find our new Creative Memories artwork in digital papers, elements and mat packs in the following collections:
- Digital Christmas Past Kit
- Digital Daily Docket Kit
- Digital Natural Elegance Wedding Kit
- Digital Hello Baby Boy Kit
- Digital Hello Baby Girl Kit
- Digital Soiree Kit
Today, we’re giving you a digital gift!
You can now share your love for scrapbooking with Creative Memories phone and computer wallpapers. We’re excited about the upcoming launch of Creative Memories Digital Artwork and couldn’t help but sneak out a little gift in advance.
If you don’t see your phone listed below, try on a size and see if it fits. We bet that you’ll find one that works. Here’s a few tips on how to change your wallpapers:
- How to change your wallpaper on an iPhone
- How to change your wallpaper on an Android phone
- How to change your wallpaper on a Mac
- How to change your wallpaper on a PC
Enjoy! And, share the love on Facebook.
- 1024 x 768
- 1280 x 1024
- 1920 x 1080
- 750 x 1334 (iPhone 7, 6/6s)
- 1080 x 1920 (iPhone 7 Plus, Nexus 5x, Google Pixel)
- 1440 x 2560 (Samsung Galaxy Note 5, S7, LG G5, Google Pixel XL)
- 1536 x 2048 (iPad2, Nexus 9)
- 2048 x 2732 (iPad Pro)
Download all of the phone and computer wallpapers. (Not recommended on a mobile device)
I can track my love for paper and photography back to high school, when I joined the yearbook staff at East Chapel Hill High School in North Carolina. Digital photography was in its beginning stages and most of our page layouts were still created like a scrapbook, cropping printed photos and laying out pages to mail into the yearbook company to print.