Friday, December 23, 2011

Freebie Friday - My Memories

Are you new to scrapbooking? Want to get started by not sure how to go about it? Just bought My Memories Suite, version 3 and want to play with it. The answer is this "suite" set of quick pages that are yours exclusively from My Memories for a limited time. Not only will you download the quick pages, but you also get the papers and embellishments included on the quick pages so that you can stretch your two pages into as many as you want. And don't forget you can flip these pages, rotate them, mirror them to give you a great variety that is color coordinated. 
If you haven't tried My Memories yet, try the trial version that can be downloaded here. If you like what you see, use my STMMMS188876 code to get $10 off the full version! Just click on the blinkie on the right side of the page!

Click here for the kit!

Happy Scrapbooking!

Copyright 2011, ACK, for Generational

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Something That Isn't a Scrapbook Page!

Last night I downloaded a freebie from SVGCuts*. The kit is for one piece boxes. They are just the easiest thing to make, and if you are like me and your cutter is small - I have the original Cricut - you are in luck. SVGCuts has included the patterns for 12 x 6 mats. Since these work best with double sided paper/card stock, that is what I used. One has trim that was cut on the same paper and a tiny yellow brad and the other, lacy edged one has added gold bling.

*available for a limited time.

Copyright 2011, ACK, for Generational

Monday, December 19, 2011

Speed Scrap Sunday - December 18th, 2011

Another great speed scrap last night over at the My Memories Facebook page! I love it when Jessica gives us a heads up on how many photos we need and what we'll need to do with them. In this case, I chose oldies but goodies. The papers and word art are by Word Art World by Jennifer and is called Remember. The flowers and ribbon, stitches and ric-rac were pulled in from other kits.

The main photo was taken in 1989 shortly before the lady in red (Mary) gave birth to her daughter. It was a surprise for my parents. The smaller pictures were taken in the mid 1950's, about 1964 and 1968.

Copyright 2011, ACK, for Generational