Chipboard and Printables Memory Keeping Inspiration

Hi! Odessa here. Today the team and I are showing off some layouts we’ve made that use the printables or chipboard from the Memory Keeping kit. Or both!

First up is an inspiring and harmonious pocket page from Robyn!

She explains her page like this: ” I created this layout with the memory keeping printable. I really liked the printable ephemera with the bluish green color and used them to add a bit of pop to the overall green and light pink scheme. I also fussy cut some hexagons and added a crane stamped and cut out to highlight the idea of spring arriving.

And finally, a couple of the photos are plants from an early birthday present. I love flowers and wanted to include them along with the tree photos. I applied a photo filter to each photo that is a hint of the bluish green color.

Another goal for this design was to add a soft flow to draw the viewer across the entire layout. I used the blue green color to create that important triangle with the blue green in my photos and ephemera. (Tag on left and blue sky in both 3×4 photos on the right.)”



Here is my latest Traveler’s Notebook layout usually song the Cherish Blossom kits. I got really inspired by the origami paper this month in the Classified Memory Keeping and ended up folding a bunch of paper before I sat down to make this page. As a kid I looooved origami so I dug out some instruction books and got a little carried away. I got inspired and folded a little pocket out of one of the papers (here are some similar instructions I found online if you’re interested) from the Traveler’s Notebook kit. I tucked a little tag cut out from the printables and added a cute circle to the tag, also from the printables. Then I threaded some paper and washi strips though the hole in the tag and glued it down to my page. I added a tab from the printables that I stamped on using a stamp, also from the Traveler’s Notebook kit. The blush and warm reds contrast so well with the blue-greens in the kits, its such a good colour combination!

On the other side of the page I cut down the same paper I had used for the envelope for my background. I layered some more paper on top to bring focus to my photo. I added a journalling cluster on top using chipboard, washi, printables, stickers and stamps from various Cherish Blossom kits to get some words down on my page.

I hope these projects inspire you!

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