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.
The small, adorable size of the 8×8 album is perfect for gift albums, weekender albums and tribute albums. But sometimes adding another project on top of the regular family albums you’re already working on can seem a little daunting. Not anymore! Here’s a quick, easy way to make an 8×8 album using just a few supplies and tools of your choice!
I’ve used the Slice of Summer collection here, but you can use any collection of papers and stickers that suit your project. What will you use for yours?
Do not delay in getting your 8×8 Coversets, as they are only available a few times a year, and RIGHT NOW is one of those windows!
Not to worry though, the page refills are available all of the time. So, this allows you to create the pages whenever you wish!
Visions of Sugarplums danced through my head!
Sometimes I overthink projects. I decided to keep it simple this time. These two cards are so easy and quick, you can make them in a jiffy.
Countryside Comfort is perfect for Thanksgiving table favours with the rich fall colours featured in both the traditional and digital collections.
I don’t just use my digital content for scrapbook pages. It can be incorporated into so many areas of my life! For today’s project I used digital content and traditional products to create table place cards for Thanksgiving dinner for our family.
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!
No matter how old I get, Halloween will always be a fun and playful holiday to me. And the new Toil & Trouble collection is so fun and playful and colorful, it just puts me in the mood for tricks and treats! Making these borders was so easy and fun, I may just have to reward myself with a little Halloween candy from my secret stash…shhh!
The Countryside Comfort collection screamed at me to be made into cards.
I absolutely ADORE this collection!!
In order to make this set of three cards you will need:
- 1 Sheet of white cardstock trimmed using the 12 inch trimmer to 8 1/2 x 5 1/2. These two cards will be landscape fold. Scored at 4 1/4 and folded to create the card base.
- 1 Sheet of gray cardstock trimmed using the 12 inch trimmer to 4 1/4 x 11. This card will be a portrait fold. Scored at 5 1/2 and folded to create the card base.
- Countryside Comfort Vellum Paper
- Countryside Comfort Variety Mat Pack
- Countryside Comfort Sticker
- Everyday Sentiments Laser Cut Embellishments
- Mix & Match Neutral Embellishments
- Custom Cutting System – Rectangle
- 12″ Straight Trimmer
- Tape Runner
- Foam Squares
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!