Let’s explore ways to make greeting cards quickly using a fabulous product called Memories & More card packs. Have you even noticed the Memories & More card packs in the catalog? They are a little hidden gem in the Stampin’ Up! product line that most people miss or forget about.
This product is called “MEMORIES & MORE” because they are printed “cards” that are perfect for scrapbookers/memory keepers AND for card makers! If you like making quick and easy cards, you will love these.
I am not a scrapbooker, but I love using these cards to make greeting cards. Talk about quick and easy. The ones I used today are in the Spring/Summer Mini Catalog and are called TROPICAL OASIS MEMORIES & MORE CARD PACK. I combined them with the MAGNOLIA MEMORIES & MORE CARDS & ENVELOPES from the Annual Catalog.
Make Greeting Cards Quickly | Memories & More Cards
Want to make greeting cards quickly? As always, let’s start with the video. It’s a short one today, but it has a few tips and gives you a better idea what these cards are all about and how simple card making card be. At just $11 a pack they are a great deal!
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Here are the 7 cards that I made:
I did add a piece of Whisper White or Very Vanilla to the inside of each. For some reason, I have this thing about “colored” Cardstock on the inside of my cards. I feel it should be white (or vanilla) to write on. Just my opinion and obsession.
Check Out The Fun Greetings
All the greetings on the cards come from the stamp set THANKS FOR THE LAUGHS. They also have a greeting on the inside that you will see in the video.
Want to Make These Cards?
Here are the main supplies I used. I really only used a small portion of the package of Memories and More cards, so you can make a lot more than I did with a package! To order, just click any of the little pictures below to go to the online store!
Thanks for stopping by today and I hope you enjoyed the projects. As always, if you have questions or if I can help you with anything, just leave me a comment. Or, if you just want to let me know what you think of the projects today I love to hear from my readers!