I LOVE me a few mats from any variety mat pack, but especially this one. The soft gorgeous colors of Sugarplum work fabulous for a simple 12″ x 12″ layout, not just the slide-in pages. I used a total of 7 mats on this layout. A few of which I cut off, and can be used on future layouts. Just play around with them to decide which orientation you might want them, and how many photos you might have to add to your layout.
When I am documenting my memories, I love to capture everyday moments. A walk in the woods with my son, having coffee with a friend, having a snowball fight with my husband, or watching my sweet newborn nephew sleep.
Don’t let these moments pass you by. These are the moments that make up our lives. We couldn’t possibly celebrate BIG holiday’s everyday, but we can make the little moments the BIG ones.
Today is the day that we celebrate cards!
Making cards can be so rewarding. It not only fulfills a creative void, but also puts smiles on the faces of those who receive such beautiful pieces of creativeness.
Cards do not have to be a work of art, but rather a work of heart.
We would love to help with your card-making. A simple sketch is sometimes all one needs to get the creative juices flowing.
A few weeks ago upon arriving home for work, I did what I normally do-check the mailbox (of course, hoping that I got that check from Ed McMahon and Publisher’s Clearing House). It wasn’t there, but our small local newspaper was.
The Sauk Rapids Herald.
I perused it, looking at the local police happenings (small town) and outcome of our beloved “Storm” sports teams.
As I was reading there was a certain article that struck a chord with me. I can relate to the thousands of undeveloped photographs in my phone, how about you?
Have you used vellum on a layout?
I love how it softens the layout, and gives it a frosted look.
I had some older photos that this frosted vellum was the perfect match for.
You can add the vellum as mats or even as a larger piece to soften the whole layout.
Continue reading Sugarplum and Vellum Holiday Layout
You are going to love how simple this 6×6 mini album is to make!! I always have a few plain albums on hand when I just feel like playing with gorgeous paper!
Scoop up a double serving of homey memories with the Countryside Comfort cell phone wallpapers that are inspired by the fabrics that have warmed your heart for years. Now you can enjoy this beautiful collection in your scrapbooks and in your pocket.
Download your favorites below, and if you don’t see your phone listed in the options, try on a size and see if it fits. We bet that you’ll find one that works.
Woohoo. WASHI TAPE!
It is now part of the Creative Memories line.
Our first offering is part of our Toil & Trouble Collection. Although it might be included in the Halloween line, the designs are in no way themed for the holiday. The colors are bright and can be added to any card flaps to put a finishing touch on your mail.
In fact, add washi tape to ANYTHING for fun! Why not, when you have 26.2 feet on each roll? That means you get over 104 feet between these four rolls.
Most importantly it is photo-safe!
Have you had so much fun that you want to keep scrapbooking?
We have just the answer for you! A CROPTOBERFEST EVENT!
This fall, many of our Advisors are hosting events around the country. To find an event near you, please click below:
Our Advisors have wonderful EXCLUSIVE products to offer for these events, and they would love to have you as a guest.
Make sure to add Saturday November 11th to your calendar for the next Virtual Crop! RSVP to the event now, so you don’t forget!
Thank you again for joining us today. We look forward to seeing you around the CM-World! :)
Why is it that day’s like today go by so fast?
Are you having FUN? Have you used a technique on your projects that made you “step out of your box”?
We have had a fabulous group of ladies that contributed to this Virtual Crop, and we would like to thank them for sharing their time and talents with us. THANK YOU!
Hope you had the opportunity to stop and refuel with some lunch at some point as well.
Let’s face it–we need the fuel (or chocolate) to keep the creativity flowing.