These birthday favors sure are something to celebrate, just like our birthday this week! Using the Sugarplum Collection, you can make party favor packages just like this for any special occasion.
I love decorating my scrapbook pages with banners, but I also love to decorate around my home with banners as well. The Sugarplum Collection has so many beautiful pastel colors that can be used for Christmas, but lots of other occasions as well.
Boo!! Can you believe it? The local stores are all set up for the trick or treaters, so I guess I need to start thinking ahead as well! I thought I would make some special little treat bags for the young goblins that show up at my door.
The Toil and Trouble Collection is so bright! I just love it! It’s perfect to get you thinking ahead to Halloween.
Upon flipping my calendar to today, I realized it is one of the SWEETEST days of the year.
National Chocolate Day.
Need I say more?
This prompted me to run out and buy some……wait for it……CHOCOLATE!!!
Are you like me, and always looking to bless someone with a sweet little treat every now and again?
Easter 2017 is just around the corner. With that, we are hopping around looking for Easter treats for our co-workers and family. We certainly do our fair share of eating sweet treats around the Creative Memories office. Rarely is the candy dish empty (or maybe it is empty all too often and we’re constantly refilling it; I guess it depends on how you look at it.)
Let us show you how to create a most-adorable gift box for those special little treats using just one piece of Cardstock and one piece of Designer Print Paper. Or, just create the base box and decorate the outer portion of the box with paper and a cute border.
Our new Sorbet Scrapbooking Collection is fun, funky and full of color! I used the Sorbet Variety Mat Pack, Embellishments and Stickers to make this happy sampler as a bright reminder that spring will come.
Nothing makes me happier than using up my scrap paper to put together a card/envelope duo that is going to make a loved one’s day. Last week I shared with you some super fun and simple cards that you could put together using the Painted Harvest collection. Today we are going to make some coordinating envelopes!
For the blog post on how to make the cards jump over HERE!
What’s a girl to do when she loves a product collection so much that she just can’t get enough? Make holiday cards with it, that’s what!
Painted Harvest is just stunning with its bright colours and beautiful patterns. It would be a shame to pack it away after creating autumn layouts. The designer paper pack is incredibly versatile and works wonderfully in some fun and funky holiday cards.
Here’s a project that will help you kick-start your holiday decorating. This sampler made with our beautiful Christmas Past Collection and Gold Shimmer Cardstock evokes the warm cozy feelings of being”home for the holidays”.
You can use the sampler with an easel on your mantle as I did, or it would also be great on your old Creative Memories Everyday Display. After the holidays are over, use the sampler as a title page for your annual Christmas album or cut it apart into three vertical panels to use as borders on scrapbook pages.
When I saw the Painted Harvest Collection I thought of the warmness it exuded.
That warm, fuzzy, comfy feeling of home.
Immediately, I had to create something for my home decor.
I wanted to duplicate the paper wreath in which I created for the current catalog using the Cool Serenity Collection.