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A Merry Memory Keeping page

January 19, 2019

Today’s page uses a sketch challenge from a facebook group I belong to – Scrapbooking Global – Stampin’ Up!.  This group is open to anyone, Demonstrator or non-demonstrator.  The quality of the inspiration shared by the members of this group is fabulous.  I didn’t join the blog hop but the sketch allowed me to finish documenting the photos from Christmas Day.  I cut down a Whisper White 12″ x 12″ page and added a strip of Real Red card punched using the Decorative Ribbon Border Trim to each side before attaching to the centre of another 12″ x 12″ Whisper White page.  The Designer Series Paper used is Under the Mistletoe which is available from the Annual Catalogue.  The stamped hearts are stamped in Real Red using an image from the Forever Lovely stamp set.  This is one of the stamp sets in the current Occasions Catalogue.  The “merry” is cut from Real Red card using the Merry Christmas to All Thinlits Dies which is a carry-over item from the Holiday Catalogue.   The smaller title pieces are punched using the Classic Label Punch.  The “playtime” was created on my computer and printed onto Whisper White card.  The date is stamped using the image from the Tabs for Everything stamp set.  The ribbon on this page  is the Real Red 3/8″ Mixed Satin Ribbon (now retired).  I love this photo which shows my grandchildren playing with their cousin Jack who is the youngest and of course the centre of attention.

If you are looking for some more inspiration for your memory keeping, I really suggest you join this group.  You will be amazed at the beautiful work being shared from all around the world.  Thanks to the admin team at Scrapbook Global for a great challenge.

Bye for now,


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2 Comments leave one →
  1. January 19, 2019 10:21 am

    Great page Kris and i love the colours – a very Merry Christmas memory layout


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