Posts Tagged ‘My Memories’
Happy Friday, Dawn here with this weeks Fridays Finds. This week My Memories released a cute new freebie- Mardi Gras Masks. These are such a cute weekend project to make with the kids. You can also use the my memories software to customize these cute masks.
Happy Friday, Dawn here with this weeks Friday Finds. This week My Memories freebie is a Flower Card Tutorial.
Using Sugar Moon’s Designs Vintage Tea Party kit I made this Flower Card.
Flower Card Tutorial
Using MyMemories Software to Customize your Flower Card
- Download template file and install it into your software
- Using MyMemories Suite, choose Create Album From Designer Template and find your project- to use other kits as backgrounds you will open the zipped file you downloaded. There is a blank flower embellishment in this kit.
- Now you can print and enjoy the provided template, or customize it with your own papers and embellishments.
You can right-click on the white guide and lock it in place to keep it from moving while you are working. Make sure this is the top layer of your project before printing.
Instead of adding the paper as a background paper, you can add it as an embellishment so that you can move the paper around. This is especially useful when using papers with stripes or circles, so you can decide which part of the paper you want to use.
Once it is added as an embellishment, you can now select the paper and move it into the position you want it.
Flower Card Tutorial
How to Assemble your Flower Card
1. Print your file on cardstock.
2. Take your card template page and fold at all fold lines. A bone folder helps make the creases nie and crisp to help your finished card to look nicer. There should be 9 folds and then cut out.
3. Turn your card over so that the printed side is down and pinch the sides of each petal together until all 6 petals are standing straight up.
4. Gently push all the petals in one direction until they lay flat. Now you have your Flower card.
Remember, Missy’s Bits and SugarMoon Designs both have stores at MyMemories and if you would like to purchase the MyMemories software we have a link you can click here on our blog and purchase this great software and use our Share the Memories code to save $10 plus get your $10 in free products from MyMemories when you purchase.
Enter either of these codes when you check out:
Sugar Moon’s Code is STMMMS42122
Missy’s Bits code is STMMMS92444
And here are some free jpeg flower templates made for you with a few of Missy’s Bits kits and Sugarmoon Designs kits! I hope you enjoy them very much
Hi there, Shanna here with your weekly spotlight. First, I’d like to say Happy St. Patrick’s Day .
Things are really hoping over here at Scrapping Artistry. Our designers are working on a lot of great new kits coming out soon.
If you haven’t already seen the new collab kit In My Pocket with Missy’s Bits and Barbara Ryan you should take a look at it and run over to MyMemories to pick it up while it’s on sale a few more days.
And look at these great layouts created by our own CT members using In My Pocket
Hope everyone has a great Saturday and in the honor of St. Patrick’s Day:
“May your pockets be heavy and your heart be light, may good luck pursue you each morning and night.” – an Irish Toast
Ambie here with your Tuesday Treasures! I will be doing our blog posts on Tuesday for the Month of March!
First, I want to talk about MyMemories. If you haven’t been over there yet you should definitely go! Make sure to check out two of my favorite designers, Missy’s Bits and Sugarmoon Designs. I also am part of their creative team which has allowed me to bring you the awesome treasure for today.
I instantly fell in love with this kit!!!
I mean seriously how cute is this kit!!! I love all of the aspects they have included here for us!
Not only is it “lucky” and Saint Patrick’s Day themed it is a very versitile kit for spring!
Here is the Facebook Cover I have created for you. Please download and Enjoy. Make sure to head over to MyMemories and check them out as well!
LEAP INTO SAVINGS!
This sale is like February 29th, it won’t last, so HURRY up!
Make sure to check out the MyMemories Facebook and Blog for even more Leap Year FUN, EVENTS, and SALES!!
A leap year tradition began in Scotland when Queen Margaret declared in 1288 that on February 29 a woman had the right to pop the question to any man she fancied. Menfolk who refused were faced with a fine in the form of a kiss, a silk dress, or a pair of gloves given to the rejected lady fair.