From the August product release, I’m especially excited about the new All That Glitters Card Kit (I’ve ordered some that will be arriving tomorrow–YAY!) and its 170+ EXTRA PIECES because I TOTALLY LOVE creating more from the great kits Creative Memories sells. As I was thinking of that earlier this week, I realized I hadn’t yet used my extras from the Sending Love Card Kit, even though I made those cards when they first came out several months ago. PROJECT INSPIRATION!!!
After humming and hawing over all the bits and pieces for a while I put together these six cards, and I’m loving the way they turned out! Continue reading →
Do you have kids home for summer? Or would you love to host a craft party for your favorite kiddos? The Super Duper collection is perfect for you and your little friends!!
This is a GREAT collection to hand over to kids of any age and let them create their own albums! I’ve put together 10 questions to help you and your kids get started on a Super Duper summer album, as well as an album planner that includes the questions, pictures to include on each topic, and the layout they would go with in the F2F album.
If you have a preschool, daycare, or kids camp, you could also use this as a special project for your class or group!
I love this cartridge with the CM Border Maker System – it’s one that punches along the edge of your page (as opposed to those cartridges that punch a chain or strip away from the page), and I wanted to show a bunch of the designs you can make with it. I’d love to see you run with it in some of your own borders! Continue reading →
Oh. My. Gosh. (or, as my 3-year-old niece would have said, “Oh my dosh!”) The Sun-Kissed collection is coming on Monday, and I’m taking pre-orders for it now because I know this one will be a huge hit! This collection … Continue reading →
If you follow the Creative Memories blog, you’ll probably notice that my layout was inspired by this post. I used paper from the same pack and also created my layout with a wavy tearing tool. But from there things diverge . . .
Believe it or not, my whole two-page layout uses just ONE sheet of decorative paper, but it gets a lot of bang for that buck when combined with the tearing tool and some pen work! Continue reading →