Sunday, January 27, 2008

Cloud Nine Rain Dots are perfect for V-Day Pages

Look at how gorgeous these are! Individual (they aren't this big but this is a great picture of one of the large sized ones. It looks like candy):

Packaged (they come 65 to a package for the hearts and even more for the dots):

We now have the Red ones in the Store and will be adding white and pink hearts along with blue, red and pink dots tomorrow along with the new papers.

Here are a couple of layouts that I have been working on. The first is for Julie Bonner's weekly sketch challenge:

The second is one that I did with my son in mind. When he was little (and even now) he loved to go to the bookstore and play with the trains. That turned into an even bigger fascination and now whenever we travel, he has to ride the subway or whatever train system is in the city we visit. If he hears a train whistle, we have to stop so that he can watch it go by. Love it but have to find a photo of him loving it to add that this layout. I also plan to add this to the Predesigned section in the store. I used the MM Jigsaw glitter letters and K&Company Urban Rhapsody paper to create it:

I also received the following papers and will be uploading them to the store tomorrow (just a sample, there are 11 new papers that will be added):

This just in! Gifted Memories will now have a gallery! I promised you a community and not just another online shopping site and I am slowly getting there. You can expect the gallery to be up and running around the same time as the kit club (first week of February). I am also working on a few new kits (pets and college) and would love to hear your suggestions. What page kit would make you sing out loud? Leave a comment to let me know what you think. Thanks for visiting. Shere


asnipofgoodness said...

I love that bird paper! I just found your blog on a search for other scrappers in the area. I just recently moved to Charleston, and was looking for some people with like interests. Good luck with the new business venture.

Shere said...

You should see it in person, it is gor-geo-us. Welcome to Charleston! We definitely have a lot in common. I visited your blog and see that not only do you scrap, you homeschool! Thank you for the well wishes with the store and I will be sure to visit your blog again.