Yesterday I shared a blue & white card that incorporated using pieces from the Color Theory Memories & More Card Pack. When one hears the words “Memories & More” they more than likely think of scrapbooking first. But that is why Stampin’ Up! added the word “more” on the end. The supplies in these card packs are meant to be used for all kinds of paper crafting projects and work super well for card layers and embellishments. Here is a glance at the four Memories & More Card Packs we have in our 2017-18 Annual Catalog.
(There is also a 5th M&M Card Pack not pictured above in the 2017 Holiday catalog.) These packs include double-sided printed cards. But you’ll also find stickers, printed acetate overlays, and even have die-cut embellishments in these packs.
As with memory keeping (when paired with our pocket photo pages) card making can be super quick and easy with the supplies in these packs. Here are four cards I made using the Color Theory Memories & More Card Pack.
The base cardstock piece for each card is 11″ x 4-1/4″ folded in half at 5-1/2″. On three of the cards I stamped images from the Colorful Seasons stamp set using VersaMark ink. VersaMark is a clear ink that when stamped onto colored cardstock takes on and deepens the color. It gives the appearance that the cardstock was stamped with coordinating ink.
After stamping the base cardstock pieces, I layered on one or two cards from the pack and added some Glitter Enamel Dots. (On the white one, I used stickers from the pack to add the sentiment.)
Here are a few close-ups of these cards.
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