CHA Winter 2012: WRMK projects part 1

Now that CHA is over, I thought it would be fun to share the projects I created for the We R Memory Keepers booth.  I’ll also share some peeks of the new lines I got to work with.  First is the Baby Mine collection which comes in a girl and boy version.  Here’s a little bit to give you an idea:

Here are my projects.  Let’s start with this first year cinch mini album.  We R actually took off the ribbon streamers for the catalog and show.  Makes sense–you can see the cinch wire better. =)

Next a card using the Sew Ribbon tool for the catalog. This one shows the prototypes–I had to make this before the actual product had been printed. They swapped the real thing out for the show.

This layout about Faith at 8 months was in the catalog and at the show too.  I can hardly believe she’s grown so much!  I used the Sew Easy with the banner head on this one.

This card was made using one of the Lucky 8 punches.  I punched the yellow cardstock with just the outer cut and the pink cardstock with both the outer and inner cuts and then overlapped them.  I love those text canvas buttons!  They even take ink or mist.

This layout is all about Faith at 9 months. I love the face she’s making in the far left photo.  She was such a doll!  I used the Sew Easy to stitch the string for the banner.  I had to cut out each of those little onesies–aren’t they cute??

This baby announcement uses the new corner mounter tool.  It’s great if you don’t want to use adhesive on a photo, card, piece of artwork, award, etc.  Then you can remove and replace it without damaging it.  Kind of like photo corners but you don’t have to keep buying them, you just punch slits in your paper.  The tool works a lot like the Sew Ribbon–the template is magnetic, has square and rectangle guides for various sizes, and you push the blade into the holes to punch the slits.  You can make curved or straight slits.

I did a lot of projects with this line since I have a lot of baby girl photos to crank through. =) Come back on Friday and I’ll share some more projects.

3 thoughts on “CHA Winter 2012: WRMK projects part 1

  1. Wow.
    That is amazing!
    I love all the different paper designs.
    Such a cute baby:0)
    I have one of the We R Memory Keepers Sew Ribbon tools; they are great. We were able to test it out at Archiver's before we purchased it.;0)


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