Today’s the day! We’ve been counting down to new catalog launch day and I’m so excited that we’ll be able to order all the goodies in the catalog in just a few short hours! The Stampin’ Up store will be offline until around 12pm MST (11am PST, 1pm CST, 2pm EST) while we transition to the new catalog. But I promise it will be worth the wait!
Yesterday we talked about the Love Today Planner Kit, which you can use for day-t0-day memory keeping. Today we’re going to talk about the brand new Memories & More memory keeping system by Stampin’ Up.
Fun fact! You can see all of the card designs for each pack of Memories & More cards by visiting the Stampin’ Up store and searching by item number!
Memories & More by Stampin’ Up!
Our Memories & More memory keeping system come with coordinating packs of cards that make it easy for you to put together projects quickly. Card packs are perfect for card making, memory keeping or any other project you can dream up. This simple, affordable system makes it easy for you to get started with just a few basic products. You can find Memories & More products in the annual catalog on pages 190-193.
Create breathtaking cards & more using card packs. Each card pack includes 72 double-sided cards, stickers, acetate and more!
Perfect Days Memories & More Card Pack (#144209)
This is my favorite Memories & More offering in our catalog. I love this pack because it comes in vibrant greens (Lemon Lime Twist & Emerald Envy), paired with black, Sahara Sand and Soft Sky. While this card pack doesn’t coordinate specifically with any designer series paper from the catalog, it does pair wonderfully with the Naturally Eclectic Designer Series Paper.
The Perfect Days Memories & More Card Pack comes with printed acetate sheets that you can incorporate into your designs.
And each sheet is shipped with a protective film to prevent scratches.
You’ll also get cardstock stickers, ready for stamping!
And let’s not forget the foil stickers!
Here’s the Perfect Days card pack in action:
Did you notice the stamped images? They’re from the Tabs for Everything stamp set, which has mini words and images that you can use with the new circle tab punch (pictured above with the thumbs up).
Here’s another way you can use the Circle Tab Punch! Cut a sponge in quarters and staple on the punched cardstock that coordinates with the ink you intend to use!
Color Theory Memories & More Card Pack (#144210)
This set is another good one and coordinates with the Colorful Seasons Bundle (see page 147 of the catalog).
It also coordinates with the Color Theory Designer Series Paper Stack!
The Color Theory card pack also includes printed acetate sheets:
And full color stickers:
Here are some projects featuring the Color Theory Memories & More Card Pack.
The snowflakes were created with the new Seasonal Layers Thinlits. They were first die cut from the image and then from cardstock, which was layered into the image where the snowflakes were cut.
Here’s a traditional scrapbook page made with the same card pack and designer series paper.
The chair in the panel (above finger) was die cut from the Seasonal Layers Thinlits. It was layered over one of the cards from the card pack.
Here’s a fun little technique! The Color Theory Designer Series Paper stack looks just like the paint swatch chips you would get at the hardware store. You simply trim them out and die cut with the scalloped edge die from the Seasonal Layers Thinlits.
But Memories & More is so much more than just memory keeping! Here are a couple of card ideas made with the Memories & More cards, paired with the designer series paper and other coordinating Color Theory products.
What about gift packaging? Yep! That too! Here’s a simple tag created with the Memories & More card, which has been stamped with the veiny maple leaf from the Colorful Seasons stamp set, right over top of the yellow maple leaf printed on the card.
I have two more suites to show you so hop on over to that post and keep going!