I am thrilled to tell you that I am hosting a giveaway of the top rating My Memories Suite Scrapbook software. Scroll down and see some examples of what I have made so far using this software, not only quick, fun and easy to use but also utilises some of the nicest designs and templates I have seen. Make scrapbook pages, photo books, greeting cards and much, much more.
To enter simply leave a comment either on this blog, or on Facebook when this Networked Blog shows up on my Facebook page and let me know your favourite digital paper pack or layout that you find on www.memories.com. I will give each comment a number and the draw will take place on Wednesday 5th December. I will use a random number selector to pick the winner.
However, do not despair if you do not win a free copy of this software as My Memories has offered my readers a special $10 discount off the purchase price of the My Memories Suite Scrapbook software and a $10 coupon for the My Memories store - $20 value!) To get this special offer just enter the promotional code STMMMS30955 when purchasing.
These are the two pages I have done. My printer isn’t the best but hope to upgrade one day or get them printed out professionally. I will show you 2 versions of each page – the first will be just as it comes using the My Memories suite and the second is printed out and has some 3D embellishments (using stamped images) to show how you can ‘lift the page’ a bit more and give it more dimensions. Please remember I am a newbie using digital scrapbooking so hope to get more creative as time goes on. I have been neglecting my scrapbooking over the past couple of years and am well behind so hope that now it is much easier to create my pages that I will get my enthusiasm back though I do like to combine the digital with the hand-made concept.
On the left is the original and on the right my printed and 3d embellished version. As you can see my stupid printer has got the colours wrong!! I removed the original flower embellishment in the bottom right hand corner and replaced it with a stamped, cut out flower and added the butterfly. Both are raised using dimensionals.
Once again the printed version on the right is different colours but you will see the only alterations I have made are the butterflies which I stamped, coloured and punched out and raised using dimensionals. Only a subtle difference but in real life looks really nice.
Please also note that I did not print these in a photo format which probably results in a much clearer printout.
Anyway, please go check out My Memories and take advantage of these great offers.
Happy scrapbooking all.