Tuesday, September 14, 2010

MemoryWorks TeamWorks Members Simple Stories Elementary Blog Hop

The day is finally here! Time to see some sneek peeks of projects made from MemoryWorks new Simple Stories collection, Elementary. You will love the ease and simplicity of this kit. This is a great way to scrap those school photos on a limited amount of time and budget. From the beautiful patterns of dots, stripes, flourishes and more, to the beautiful colors, is what makes this kit awesome. I don't have kids, except for my goddaughter, so the following projects are of me, my brother, and my goddaughter. So get ready to flashback to *gasp* the 70's and 80's. Don't laugh too much over my hair, big glasses, and clothes.;)

The first sneek peek is of a project that I made for tomorrows "Wednesday Product Highlight" on the MemoryWorks Blog. There I will have more photos posted along with directions to make the report card holder. So be sure to check back there tomorrow. I'll post it here as well.

Close-Up Flower and Front Cover:
Close-up flower front coverclose-up front cover

Close-Up Kindergarten, 3rd, 4th, 11th, and 12th Grade Pages:
close-up K pageclose-up 3rd and 4th pagesclose-up 11th and 12th pages

The next 2 sneek peeks you will see, the photos of the whole layouts will be seen on another website/blog soon.;)
Next sneek peek is a layout I did using my brother's 8th grade photo.
Close-Up Class Act LOClose-Up Class Act FlowerClose-Up Class Act

The last sneek peek is of a layout I made using my goddaughter's kindergarten photo.
Close-Up QT Pie LOClose-Up QT Pie Brown FlowerQT Pie Flower



So there you have it. I hope the "limited" photos will inspire you to create something using the new Elementary kit. The next TeamWorks member on the list of blogs to visit is Wendy. Just click on the link below next to her name.

1. MemoryWorks (memoryworksblog.blogspot.com)
2. Lacey (laceybugcreations.blogspot.com)
2. Sandy (creatinginreallife.blogspot.com)
3. Mary (thecareerscrapper.blogspot.com)
4. Sarah (sadiescraps.blogspot.com)
5. Sharon (http://ascrappersmemoir.blogspot.com) You Are Here
6. Wendy (http://scrapnspire.blogspot.com/) Go To Here Next
7. Christina (http://inkmistress-studio.blogspot.com/)
8. Simple Stories (www.mysimplestories.com)


Thank you for coming to my blog!

Happy Scrappin'!

TeamWorks SignatureSimple Stories Blinkie

57 comments:

  1. They just keep getting better! I love the report card holder what a creative idea.

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  2. wow, another great use of the products, love your album!!!

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  3. Your album is awesome! Great job!!!

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  4. Thanks for sharing your creations. I was wondering what to do with report cards. That's a great idea!

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  5. I like the flower behind the "123", super cute!

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  6. Well done, Sharon - these pages are fantastic!

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  7. Great album... Great way to "store" your report cards!!!

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  8. Great job Sharon! Love the ribbon flower that you made for the front cover.

    Loved it!

    Kevin

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  9. Love it, what a great project!
    Sandra

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  10. Sharon - What a neat idea...report card album. Love all the details and flowers. TFS.

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  11. Better and better as I hop along!! Great album!! Thanks.

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  12. That ribbon flower is super cute!!! Great album!!

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  13. Totally enjoyed my visit - it was very inspiring :)

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  14. Love your album and creative way of using these products!

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  15. I really like the album. Great project ;)

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  16. I love the album! The pockets for the report cards are so clever! Thanks for sharing these little peeks!

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  17. I really like this project! Thanks for sharing!!

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  18. Fantastic album. You did a great job :)

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  19. I love the report card holder. What a great idea. You TW members are so inspiring. I also love those flowers. What kind are they?

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  20. I may be asking my mom for all of my elementary stuff and put together one of these it is an awesome album thanks for the inspiration

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  21. Wow! I loved how you put your album together. It looks great!

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  22. Great job! Love the report card holder :)

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  23. I love your idea about using the report cards in the envelope. Great inspiration.

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  24. Great album. I am going to use the idea on the 12th grade page. I am going to use the folded corner in my next layout.

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  25. I love your ideas - especially the use of your ribbon and flowers. Thanks for sharing!

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  26. Thanks everyone for the nice comments so far. Remember, check back on the MW Blog and/or here for the directions to make the report card holder.

    To answer Cindy L. Smith's question about the flowers: they are by Petaloo and can be found under the Simple Stories Life Documented collection in the catalog and on the website.

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  27. Glad to see some "vintage" photo layouts--nice to know it's not too late to do cute, easy pages for our school days!

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  28. Such cute pages!!! thanks for all of the great ideas.

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  29. Sharon I love how you created the pocket album to hold report cards and other important school memorabilia...and you proved that the kit is timeless by showing it with photos from my generation as well *smile*

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  30. This is a great idea! I am writting notes so I can get some of my photos scrapped :) Thanks!

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  31. Love it! I will definitely visit the MW Blog tomorrow to see more pics!

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  32. I love that project binder with pockets. Adorable!

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  33. Love the layers & texture you added to the project.

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  34. That ribbon flower is adorable!

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  35. Love all the flowers. Beautiful

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  36. I really like this idea. I am trying to figure out what kinda of folder you altered. it looks like something I have seen offered at Office Depot. I may be getting tired but in this blog I swear I didn't see where you shared what the original project started out as. I am a MW Consultant (Heidi Mireles) so if you want to just send me a message on where to find it I will be happy to go hunting. Thanks in advance.

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  37. all these great ideas, thanks for sharing

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  38. your peeks look awesome! I want to see all of it right now!!! WIll have to check back tomorrow for sure.

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  39. Another awesome project. Definitely lifting this one too.

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  40. What a great idea!
    I always save the report cards but was never sure what the heck to do with them!
    I love all the creativity on this hop!!!

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  41. I love your album Great job!!!

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  42. I love it - I cant wait to see how you did it! amazing!

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  43. love your ideas! Can't wait to get this and "play"!

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  44. Love your album. Thanks for sharing.

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  45. that album is just PERFECT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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