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Monday, February 5, 2018

Good Morning, Candace Bouldin from Scrapin Jpegs with your border Monday. 
Today I thought I'd brighten your day with flowers. Who doesn't love flowers?


I used the New Daisy Bouquet Punch to create these borders along with the Cake My Day paper pack, in Going Gone area on Creative Memories website. The New Daisy Bouquet Punch is a free standing punch so you could essentially punch anywhere along the outer border of a page. Eyeballing, you slide the punch to make it appears as a seamless border. The first border I did is with paper from the Cake My Day and backed with white paper. Then using the Doily border punch, another free stand alone punch and cut out one border and used scissors to cut in half, putting mimicking border on each side. If you wanted to punch out two you could but this saves paper and time.
The second border is same technique. Literally, this green is the back side of floral print paper. Then I punched out flowers in hot pink, pink, white, yellow and layered them on top of each other as shown. The light green and the black are the pieces from Cake My Day that you punched out to make the base. The darling border at bottom is the Dancing Daisy border maker cartridge.

How would you use these borders or techniques in your scrapbooks? I can see them with a Mother's day page, Spring, and Easter pages.

Monday, September 25, 2017

Border Maker Monday by Creative Memories Advisor Candace Bouldin

Hello, Candace Bouldin from Scrapin Jpeps here with your fun #BorderMakerMonday

First border was inspired by a post on our Advisor page by Karen Mahoney.  If your not yet an advisor I'd recommend now is the time to sign up. You'll see many inspiring ideas like this only there.
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I used the Victorian fence, stand alone punch for base. The snowbanks were created using the decorative trimmer. I cut one out with the cloud blue card stock and two in white. Using pop-up dots, I popped up the white layer on top of the blue and the other white as the base on top of the fence. I used some inking on the edge to give it depth. The Greenery was created using the leaf Trio punch, another free-standing punch. The berries I use the bubble maker border maker cartridge. You'll definitely need a repositional tape runner refill for this project or a fine tip glue pen.
The second border I use the Victorian fence again for the base. The Pumpkins border is our newest border maker cartridge. The greenery in the background is from the Gardenvine border maker cartridge. I hope this finds you inspired to try out the newest. Happy Scrappin'

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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Sketchy Page Challenge using Creative Memories "Stash"

 Good Afternoon everyone! Candace with Scrapin Jpegs here with my version of page sketch challenge from Creative Scrapbooking Sketchy Challenge 
Christmas style!

For this layout I used the Creative Memories Jewel Christmas Additions for the "pie" pieces. The journal "pie" base was an old poinsettia paper. Used Creative Memories journal pen to draw "stitches" along outer edge of pie pieces.
"Christmas Traditions" is from Christmas Joy mat pack and used corner rounder on corners.
The base I used the Evergreen Border Maker Cartridge and punched outter edger of a 12x12 piece of paper.
The "light bulbs" border was created using the Vine Border Maker Cartridge, this is only item still avaiable for purchase. Cut out 5 borders out in colors, I used black as base and red, green, yellow and blue used for bulbs. Use your repositionable tape runner and run along the back of each border then using your scissors trim the leaves off and attach to Black strip. I used Stickles, glitter glue on "bulbs" to make it look like they are twinkling. If you don't have or want to use Stickles you could draw lines with silver pen?

Head over to Facebook page CreativeLifeScrapbooking to see my friends version of this sketch!
Please share how our sketches are inspiring you and hashtag your photos #CLSSketchChallenge #SketchyChallenge

Friday, August 18, 2017

Creative Memories Slice of Summer 2 page spread using the NEW Dancing Daisies Border Maker Cartridge

 Happy Friday!! Today to I want to show you how to "KISS", Keep It Simple "Sunshine".  I wanted to create a layout with no cropping of the photos.

The Slice of Summer paper pack, stickers and variety map pack from Creative Memories were used for this layout. Using yellow paper cut a strip 7/16", for bottom of page and another strip at 3 5/16", then using larger piece punch the top of the paper with the Bubbles BMC (Border Maker Cartridge). Taking a strip of the blue paper and adhere behind the bubbles. The next strip, using the canoe/boat paper cut it 3 3/4". Take strip paper, with purple on back side and cut two stops at 5/16", this is used for top of page and another strip at 7/16", this is used at bottom you'll place that piece on a diagonal. The "happy DAY" is from the variety map pack.

I really miss the wave BMC but not to fear the negative space, the left over pieces when punching out daisies, of the new Dancing Daisies BMC looks like waves. I used Stampin' Up ink pad Brilliant Blue to ink the edges for more depth. You can notice the waves at the middle of page and at top below the bubbles. Finished the layout by adding the cute stickers from The Slice of Life collection. I use the foam squares, pop-up dots to add dimension to the stickers.

We'd love to see what you come up with using this fun collection hash-tag us #FreaturedFridayProject #ScrapinJpegs #CandaceBouldin and feel free to share in comments. 

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Friday, April 28, 2017

Creative Memories Woodland Whimsy Collection for Everyday use not just for Babies!

Today I shared how the Woodland Whimsy collection isn't just for babies!!

This layout was our trip to Yellowstone and we stopped at the Chocolate Mud pots. The kids just loved it and thought they were so cool. I wanted to keep layout simple with no cutting of photos to encourage you to be able to recreate. The base of the layout was one sheet of the same pattern paper. I trimmed the paper at 7/8" on three sides of paper and then flipped middle over. The two bottom photos are matted with the Woodland Whimsy Baby Boy Variety Mat Pack. Along with the "so stinkin cute" card you will find in that pack as well. The cute little skunk at bottom left is from the Woodland Whimsy Baby Boy Variety Mat Pack too.  I trimmed it with personal trimmer and then used our new 4-way corner rounder on the corners. The pink under the "so stinkin' cute" I cut a strip 4.5" x 10.5" and used the Scallop Dot Border Maker Cartridge for the border at top left. The word Darling, Handsome, the heart lower right, the arrow at mid left, and the 3 epoxy dots are from the Woodland Whimsy Baby Embellishments.The Chevron border at top right was made using the Chevron Border Maker Cartridge. The bottom border that looks like mini tents was the diamond shaped border in the Woodland Whimsy Baby Boy sticker pack, I used scissors and cut it in 1/2. The "My Handsome Boy" I took the word My Boy from Woodland Whimsy Baby Boy sticker pack and cut it in 1/2 and layered behind the word Handsome.

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Thanks for Looking!! Please show me how you use your everyday photos with the Woodland Whimsy collection.

You can find many other great ideas using Woodland Whimsy through our Facebook PJ Party

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

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Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Spring Blog Hop stop #4 Easter layout featuring Creative Memories Hello Baby Collection

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You are at stop #4 and be prepared for cuteness!

I wanted to create a page showing that the Hello Baby Collection, now in the Going Gone of my website www.creativememories.com/user/CandaceBouldin, can be used for so much more than just baby pages.  

Product needed for this page:
-Hello Baby Girl and Boy Paper pack
-Hello Baby Girl stickers 
-Hello Baby girl slide in cards
-Shades of Green
-White Cardstock
-Oval Cutting system
-Scallop Border Maker Cartridge
-Heart Chain Border Maker Cartridge
-DISCONTINUED Grass Border Maker Cartridge
-Gold ABC letters
User inner blue of 5x7 Oval Cutting system to make eggs. Then ink edges of eggs to make them pop!

The text box is the Hello Baby Girl slide in pack. Trim the teal Southwest green looking paper off the top and added it to top of page above the word Easter.

The arrows top of page and word ADORABLE are from Hello Baby Girl Stickers.

To make the rabbit: use the following cutting guide


The Heart Chain Border Maker Cartridge was used to make nose
Creative Memories black pen was used to create mouth and 
eyes were made from Scallop Border Maker Cartridge
                                 Isn't she hopingly cute with her pretty pink bow?
The bottom of the page the Scallop Border Maker Cartridge was layered with white on the bottom and another in shades of Green.

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Hop 1  Stefani Jones
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