Sunday, March 3, 2013

More {Memory Box} Layouts and Cards

Wow, has it really been since January that I share my Memory Box creations. Oh my, sorry about that! You might want to sit back and find the post that interests you. There are lots of tips and things in the linked posts below.

Before I share what I have created since I last posted here about Memory Box, I wanted to tell you that I am no longer posting to my Create x3 Memory Box blog. However, I am posting 2-3x a week to the Memory Box DT blog. Dave, owner of Memory Box Co., decided to consolidate some of the blogs so instead of my creations being on my own Memory Box blog they will just be combined with the other designers creations too. You are free to subscribe to the Memory Box DT blog if you want to see my weekly creations and tips over there or you can wait until I do a consolidated post like I am doing today here on my personal blog.

Whew, I hope all of that makes sense. LOL! If not, ask in the comment section, and I will answer there. Now onto what I have been creating since January's consolidated post. Remember to click the title of the creation and that will take you to the actual post where the supplies are listed, close-up photos are shown, and tips or step-by-step instructions are shared. I hope you enjoy!

No. 2 Kiwi and Sugar (tip on how to make your own newspaper print is also shared)

Filled with Hope

Stamping on a Painted Background (tip on stamping on previously painted background)

Joy (instructions on how to create a painted background)

Smile (step-by-step on how I created this card; uses melted Crayons for the background)

Happy Day (2 tips listed for you)

Sugar and Erin (instructions on how to add dimension to small die cuts)

A Note (this card was made from scraps leftover from the layout below)

My Scoutie Boy

Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you find some of these posts helpful! Happy crafting!


TLady said...


Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing these....I enjoyed seeing your animals and daughter surrounded by colors, textures, and interesting "frames" of flora and fauna. How lovely---and I appreciate that you don't just wash the paint down the drain or toss useful scraps! Hurrah---Jennifer in Ohio

Connie Mercer said...

Amazing girl!!! (oops, I posted on the sketch site, sorry about that). This is gorgeous work!!!

Margareta Carlsson said...

So many beautiful projects!!

Mary Pat Siehl said...

wow so many awesome projects- they are all amazing!!

Madeline said...

Oh many gorgeous pieces with so many great techniques!

Danielle said...

Wonderful projects, got some good inspiration!!

Blessed Ladybug said...

love it thanks for sharing ...

LauraB whosthischick said...

Wow, you have been busy. Lots of projects and lots of details to look at. They are all wonderful.

Jennifer Grace said...

Wow, lots of amazing stuff! I love the card with melted crayons on! x

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