Why Did I Buy This? Memories & More

“Why Did I Buy This?” is a Facebook Live series I started to help my crafters feel inspired to use their supplies in different ways. Each week I feature an item and use it with different techniques. Episode 20 featured Stampin’ Up!’s Memories & More kits.

Memories & More kits are designed for pocket scrapbooking, but are useful for so much more! Each kit comes with 50 printed cards in sizes ranging from 3×4″ to 4×6″. They also come with a set of coordinating sticker sheets.

I like to think of each kit as a mini sampler pack of designer series paper! There are so many great images and greetings in each kit that are unique to Memories & More.

We have 3 different Memories & More kits available (starting August 4, 2020):

This product showcases the World of Good Memories & More kit.

The background paper is a specialty 4×6″ card included in the collection. I used the Hippo & Friends dies to cut a 3×4″ card into the two maps shown here, and the navigation star and greetings are all stickers! This was such an easy card to assemble!

Of course, this kit would be fabulous for scrapbooking as well!

If you missed Episode 20 of Why Did I Buy This?” be sure to watch the replay to see this and other Memories & More projects come together!

Here are the products used on this card.  Live in Canada? Click on any item below to be transferred to my online store to shop for these and other Stampin’ Up! products. Please note: items from the August-December Mini catalogue will not be available for purchase until August 4.

 

Artistry Blooms Sequins

 

 

Hippo & Friends Dies

 

 

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