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Sunday, June 15, 2014

Picture My Life (Technique Blog Hop)

For the Technique Blog Hop this month, we are showing different ways to use the themed Picture My Life scrapbook programs from Close To My Heart.  


If you arrived from Debi's "The Other Sister" blog, then follow along with the link at the bottom of this post to continue the Technique Blog Hop

Do you sometimes need to create a card, and only have about five minutes?  That is all the time this took, using two cards from the Balloon Ride Picture My Life program, a 6"x6" card base, and a strip of Chocolate Woodgrain Washi Tape.  Most of the design is already printed on the Picture My Life cards, and the only stamped image is the cute tandem bicycle from the School Years set.  Since the corners of the Picture My Life cards are rounded, a Corner Rounder was used on the card base to create the same look.


Each Picture My Life scrapbooking program touches on a theme, but also incorporates everyday titles and designs to capture a wide variety of memorable moments.  Mix and match the cards' fronts and backs with your photos to create the perfect groupings for your story.  Each themed program includes 122 double-sided cards in 3"x4" and 4"x6" horizontal and vertical designs, and a 12"x12" cover page to bring it all together. 

Please visit Joy's "....Wow....did you make that?" blog for another entry in this month's Technique Blog Hop featuring a Picture My Life Scrapbooking Program.    


Technique Blog Hop participants:
All papers and stamps are from Close To My Heart (CTMH).
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4 comments:

  1. Cute card. And yes very quick to make a card with PML.

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    1. Thanks, the PML cards are so cute already. :)

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  2. Love the card. Quick and easy is a good thing when it turns out like this!

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