Memories to Treasure

Good morning everyone! I am here to share a project I created using the beautiful Creative Memories Archiver’s™ collection. I love this heritage scrapbook collection so much that I asked my 80-year-old grandmother to send me some photos to scrapbook using it. It is amazing how much a great photo can do for a layout… and how much vintage-themed scrapbook supplies can do to accent those photos and tell a story! Here, take a look…

To create this 12×12 layout, you will need:

I’ve had this photo of my “Momom” and “Poppy” for some time now. I just never had the right papers and embellishments to use to scrap it. When I received the Archiver’s™ Collection, I knew exactly what photo I would use for a layout. It is the only photo I have of my grandparents on their wedding day; this photo was taken right after the wedding. They were on their way to New York to celebrate their honeymoon. I would have loved to see photos from that trip, but I will settle for this one photo.

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To begin, I used the floral patterned paper for the base of my layout. Then, I cut the clock patterned paper down to 10″x10″ and adhered it to the centre of the base.

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I selected three mats from the Archiver’s™ Mat Pack and adhered it to the centre of the layout to create a pretty mat for the photo.

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Once I adhered the photo, I adhered the butterfly Laser Cut Embellishment as shown using the Precision Point Adhesive Pen. Then, I cut a tiny flower from a mat and adhered it to the centre of the butterfly using a Foam Square.

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Here is the result of the flower. So pretty! I cut the “memories to treasure” sentiment from a mat to use as the title of my layout.

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I folded the chevron tab in half and tucked it behind the top-right side of the photo, then adhered another hand-cut flower to help frame the photo. Then, I used the Precision Point Adhesive Pen to adhere a few pieces of the Laser Cut Borders. Some of the borders were cut down a bit so it would not hang below the edges of the mats.

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I used the Black-Dual Tip Pen to hand-journal my journaling at the bottom of the layout.

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What do you think about the Laser Cut Embellishments? Aren’t they beautiful!? I cannot get enough of them.

Thank you for visiting today!

Nicole

2 thoughts on “Memories to Treasure

  1. Could you please tell me how you go about doing digital pages as I know no one who does it in CM I just joined about a week ago but no one is into digital scrapbooking is it different from before CM started up again that say it is totally different do you know anything about it and what do you need to begin
    Thanks Susan Johnson

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