Wednesday, January 4, 2017

My Memories Version 8

Right around Thanksgiving, My Memories came out with version 8 of their wonderful scrapbook software. I was so busy trying to keep up with everything else around here that one of their terrific enhancements got by me. A while back, the designers of MM gave us the ability to blur the edges of a photo. This year, we can now blur the edges of embellishments and imprints. Awesome.

You can also choose your color scheme for your program background. I prefer to work with a light background, but you can choose a dark or medium background.

One that I haven't tried is adding a PDF file as an image to an album. Another improvement is the ability to convert text to a shape. I haven't figured that one out yet.

Here is the link to what is new and improved in My Memories Suite v 8.

 The photo attempts to illustrate the blurred or faded edges of the embellishments, namely the branches and the star border.

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Wednesday, December 9, 2015

My Memories Scrapbook Software - Version 7

What can I say, I love this software! Every year brings some new trick or challenge. This year's version 7, is loaded with goodies.

My favorite? Being able to blur the edges of a photo. The picture of my DH and our cat, Mouse, has been placed on a couple of mats. The top mat had its opacity changed a bit, and the edges of the photo have been blurred.

Now on the left side of the screen, under the gallery, there is a button for working with layers. It makes it so much easier to edit something on the bottom.

For more information go here.

You can even try it out for free.

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Saturday, February 14, 2015

Happy Valentine's Day!

 I took the time to craft a card for my wonderful DH for Valentine's day. I used My Memories Scrapbooking software and a hodge podge of kits. Then I printed it up on a 4 x 6 photo paper. I love how I could recolor some of the items (the hearts and the sentiment at the top.)

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