Thursday, November 7, 2013

Picture My Life™ Scrapbooking Program

I posted about Close to my Heart's New Picture My Life Scrapbooking Program a few days ago, and now I get to show you some sneak peek pictures of this beautiful product!!!  I am a traditional scrapbooker, but have done this type of scrapbooking, some may know of Project Life, this is along those some lines.  I plan to work these into my albums along with my traditional 12x12 layouts.  Here are pictures of 6 of the 8 lines that will be offered in the Spring/Summer 2014 Idea Book.  There are two more lines based on brand new paper packets to be released in the Spring/Summer 2014 Idea Book.

Avonlea - Family/Togetherness/Love themed

Babycakes - Baby/Youth/Family themed

Chantilly - Childhood/Friendship/Girl themed

Later Sk8r - Childhood/Sports/Boy themed

Laughing Lola - Friendship/Teen Girls/Free Spirit themed

Surf's Up - Vacation/Travel/Outdoors themed

What is Picture My Life you might ask??

Do you love documenting memories in minutes? Then you’ll love the new Picture My Life™ scrapbooking program, meant for quick and beautiful memory-keeping. This program comes in eight themes, all based on the gorgeous designs of some of our most popular paper packets. Whether you choose to embrace a single theme or mix and match for a truly unique look, you’ll love the ease, affordability, and beauty of the Picture My Life programs. Your own photos are all you need to add to make astounding artwork—in no time at all!

Each program has a theme, from childhood to friendship to travel, but because we have ensured sufficient variety in design and style of each you can easily apply the cards to other themes. Say you love the palette and designs of the Babycakes program but wish to apply a “family” theme—go ahead! It’s one of the unique differentiators and possibilities of the program! With a large quantity of product in each program you will be able to craft creative arrangements all your own. Each program includes 122 double-sided cards plus 10 unique Memory Protectors™ to capture life as it happens, and their versatility and gorgeous designs will transform your albums into masterpieces. On one side of each card is space for journaling, and on the other you’ll find artistic sentiments and icons. Each program is designed to accommodate approximately 100 photos in your included Memory Protectors, so with a balance of photos and cards, you’ll finish with about 20 remaining cards. That means you have plenty of choice and flexibility in which cards you choose to include, making it uniquely yours! Of course, you can easily use more or fewer photos in your project to suit your story’s needs.

Unique to Picture My Life is the included 12" × 12" double-sided cover page with each individual program, using a beautiful My Reflections™ pattern. True to Close To My Heart standards, the cover page offers a finished and cohesive look to your project with its featured high-quality design. The Picture My Life program is so versatile that you’ll find dozens of other ways to incorporate it into your papercrafting. Use the cards to expand other projects you’ve started! For example, if you just got back from the trip of a lifetime and wonder how you will capture all the details, mix the Picture My Life cards with your photos to extend your scrapbook pages. Choose your very favorite photos to scrapbook on 12" × 12" two-page layouts then use coordinating Picture My Life cards and your remaining photos to document the rest of your trip in minutes.

This program is yet another new, fresh addition and option for memory keepers to preserve their memories. The cards enhance the scrapbooking experience—making it even more fun—and they work brilliantly in mini albums, My Crush™ books, as journaling cards on your 12" × 12" classic scrapbook pages, or as gift cards and tags.


Until my next post, happy crafting! 
Pam 

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1 comment:

  1. Not bad prog, thanksful for it, but ive worked with Ronyasoft Poster Designer software, which making great scrapbooks..

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