Are you ready to get your crop on? Hopefully so, because it’s time for the Weekly Sketch Round-Up! We’ve compiled the four sketches that were posted on the Creative Memories Instagram account (@CreativeMemories) and we can’t wait to hear what you think about them! Try out these sketches for yourself this week and then upload a picture to Instagram using the hashtag #CreativeMemoriesSketches so that everyone can see what you did with the sketch!
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and if you’ll be hosting a gathering for family or friends you might be looking for innovative ideas for table decorations to make your guests feel extra special. Well, we’ve got an adorably thoughtful (and useful!) idea you’ll fall head over heels for… Pockets Full of Love! This paper craft project was created by Canadian Advisor Tammy McEwen, who first made it as a welcome gift for customers attending one of her events, and then infused it into a layout to hold pictures!
You can make these hearts for layouts, to give to family members who come by your house this holiday season (put mints in them and place them on your guests’ plates!), fill them with small treats or gifts for your child’s teacher, slip them into Christmas stockings or anything else you can come up with. Read on to find out how to make this heart scrapbook paper project, plus get step-by-step instructions for creating Tammy’s layout and get bonus ideas for using Pockets Full of Love from other CM Advisors!
Wreaths are traditionally used in autumn to show a welcoming home and create a pleasant fall aura. They go hand-in-hand with the season, just like the Gather Together collection! Although it is a “scrapbook collection,” you can use Gather Together for all sorts of fun fall crafts! Want to find out how to combine the two and make a beautiful DIY fall wreath project? Read on to learn how!
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.
Make no bones about it – your Halloween scrapbook needs this spooky layout. The Toil & Trouble Collection is perfect to scrap those cute and not so scary photos of the pumpkin patch, trick or treating, and other fun Halloween activities! Make sure you capture all your favorite Halloween memories and share with us what you or children are going to be dressed up as this year!
This Japonism Bundle of products is absolutely stunning. It was inspired by Japanese Art. It has a soft pastel hue to it, and can be used to create projects for baby, family, a picnic at the park, flowers, outdoors, etc.
Let’s create a couple of cards using these Limited Edition products from our friends in Japan.
The Custom Cutting System has long been a beloved staple for adding some circle and oval shapes to our pages. Now we can expand our shape-ortoire to rectangles! There are endless ways to use the new Rectangle Patterns on all kinds of pages and album styles. Here are just a few ideas to get you started.
Today is International Women’s Day, so let’s remember and celebrate the women who have been impactful in our lives.
For some, it may have been an inspirational teacher you had growing up, or perhaps a boss or supervisor who went the extra mile to show you success. For me, it was my maternal grandmother, Leona, who we affectionately called “Grandma Onie.” My goal in this life is to be half the woman she was. Let me tell you a little bit about her.
Today I am so excited to be sharing this project with you! I recently hosted a baby shower for a friend of mine and to create all of the party decor and elements I used the DIGITAL Cake My Day Collection!
Everything was pre-designed on my computer and then I sent it off to have it printed on cardstock at my local print shop. It was super fast, super fun to make, and best of all — it knocked the socks off the mama-to-be, which is always fun!
So, let’s get started! What I did first was downloaded the Cake My Day collection from the CM shop. Once the files were purchased, I uploaded them into my software and started to design!
Today, I’m encouraging you to take a closer look at our new Sorbet Scrapbooking Collection. When I first saw it, I immediately noticed the pinks, purples, yellows and all of the flowers. But on a closer look, I realized that it really is a versatile collection. The feminine colors are balanced by shades of orange, blue, green and gray. It’s obviously going to be fantastic for all types of spring projects and scrapbooking, but the playful artwork of this collection is also going to be great for scrapbooking photos of both my granddaughter and my grandson.