Tab Punch Board Recipe Box | Free Printable

Hello everyone! It’s Eva Pizarro here on the blog today showing you a project to organize your recipes made with the new Tab Punch Board, and sharing a free printable recipe card for you.

Tab Punch Board recipe box by Eva Pizarro for We R Memory Keepers

My husband is Italian and in his family food is really important. It is more than a meal, it is a tradition. My mother in law and my husband’s grandmother are amazing cooks, they know how to do everything. A few years ago I decided I wanted to learn a few of their recipes. This little Recipe Box is helping me get organized and not lose any of those precious recipes.

I made the tabs with papers from the lovely Snow & Cocoa collection by Crate Paper. To make the tabs simply punch on the corner of your paper, flip it and punch on desired width (I chose “S”), then use the cutting track to cut off the excess paper.

Tab Punch Board by We R Memory Keepers

To make the course titles I used my Typecast Typewriter with gold ink and the Typecast Word Strip Stickers.


You can create your own recipe cards, or you can download the PDF below and print it on letter size paper.



I assembled my box and included a title made with a Label sticker from the Typecast Collection. Here you can see the tabs and the recipe card. The board was so easy to use! You can use it to create folders and organize your paper scraps too! Maybe that will be my next project!


I am loving my new Recipe Box! Now I am sure I won’t miss any of those fabulous family recipes!

Tab Punch Board recipe box by Eva Pizarro for We R Memory Keepers

Have a great day!




Snow & Cocoa Patterned Paper

Tab Punch Board

Typecast Typewriter

Typecast Ribbon – Gold

Typecast Word Strip Sticker

Typecast Label Sticker

Make a Card with the Tab Punch Board

Hello We R Fans! Kimberly here with a card using the Tab Punch Board. This is such a fun punch board! Not only can I make custom file folders to feed my organization obsession, but I thought I could make a darling file folder shaped card!



I started by creating a standard card base from double-sided patterned paper. Having bright and fun patterns on both sides of the Oh Happy Life Around Town paper would create a darling file folder card! I cut the paper to 5.5” x 8.5.”


Following the easy instructions included with the Tab Punch Board, I punched my paper twice and trimmed away one strip of paper. It’s really that easy! Once the tab was punched, I scored the patterned paper with my Trim and Score Board to create the fold. (Scored at 4.25” on the 8.5” side.)


I decorated the front with fussy-cut flowers from the Good Morning paper from Oh Happy Life. Fussy-cutting is when objects are cut out with scissors. The gorgeous flowers on the patterned paper were perfect for this technique and created wonderful custom accents for my card! Some of the flowers were along the edge of the patterned paper, leaving a straight edge, instead of a full image. Those worked out to create a unique card front because I could place the flowers down the left side. The front was finished with a small strip of heart patterned paper, a sentiment sticker, and a few rhinestones for shine.


Check out how cute this tab is! It was the perfect place to add another sentiment sticker, and allow the inside pattern to shine through as well!


On the inside of the file folder card, I added more Oh Happy Life patterned paper, a sentiment cut from a journaling card, and a few more flowers. The yellow flower sits on the score of the card, so to allow the file folder card to still open and close, I simply placed the flower in the Trim and Score Board and scored it down the middle.


How will you use your Tab Punch Board?



Tab Punch Board

Trim and Score Board

Gem Stickers-Mini Rhinestones, Light Rhinestones

American Crafts Oh Happy Life Patterned Paper-Around Town, Good Morning, All Smiles, No Worries

Pink Paislee Moonstruck-Word Jumble Stickers with Gold Foil


New Releases!

It’s countdown to CHA time friends, and we’ve got another round of awesome new releases for you today. We’ve saved the big guns for last, and we can’t wait to share them with you!



New Pop-Up Dies–Penny Rolling Card

You’re going to love this set of dies that allows you to create fun, interactive elements on cards, layouts, and more for all occasions!


Simply die cut your choice of shape, attach a penny to the back of the shape, and roll it through your choice of track. So much fun!

Penny Roller Card Dies by We R Memory Keepers

The dies are 100% steel, wafer thin, and they come in a clear zipper pouch with a magnetic backing for convenient storage.


Penny Roller Card Dies by We R Memory Keepers

Penny Roller Card Dies by We R Memory Keepers

This new Pop-Up Die starts shipping to retailers early in next month, so watch for it online and on shelves near the end of February.

Penny Roller Card Dies by We R Memory Keepers

Planner Punch Board

Calling all planner girls! You’re going to love this next one! Punch holes for any planner to create custom inserts and pages.


The Planner Punch Board works with all popular planners on the market, including standard hole, disc and spiral bound.


The punches are interchangeable for convenient customization, and they lock together for storage when not in use.




Punch holes on paper sizes up to 12 inches.


An easy reference chart and instructions are included. The Planner Punch Board starts shipping to retailers early in April, so watch for it online and on shelves near the end of April.


Stitch Happy

Our new Stitch Happy sewing machine is made for sewers, and enhanced for crafters!

The new Stitch Happy enhanced sewing machine from We R Memory Keepers

Get stitch happy on multiple materials, including fabric and paper!


The Stitch Happy sewing machine comes in two stylish colors–pink and mint. A clear dust cover for protection is sold separately.

We R Memory Keepers Stitch Happy enhanced sewing machine.



It’s engineered for thick floss, baker’s twine, metallic threads, and more.

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Choose from multiple stitches for sewing and paper crafting. Use the adjustable alignment guide for straight stitching.


Enjoy increased motor power for multimedia projects. Purchase separate fabric & paper scissors, and use our convenient multi-purpose needles designed specifically for use with paper and fabric. No need to switch needles! Plus you can purchase adorable multi-media project kits separately.


Phew! That was a lot of exciting news, right friends! We can’t wait to share more about these awesome new releases, plus some project inspiration over the next few months, so keep checking back here and on our Facebook and Instagram accounts. Alright, we want to know…which of these new releases has your heart all aflutter?

Scrapbook Page with the Tab Punch Board

Hey there We R Memory Keeper friends, Becki here, to share a layout that I created with the Tab Punch Board. You guys, this punch board is my new favorite tool! The layout I created to share with you today documents my word for 2017 and a few of the goals I’ve set surrounding my word.

Tab Punch Board Layout by Becki Adams for We R Memory Keepers

I started by cutting several 4×6 cards. Then I added tabs to the top of each card with the punch board.

Tab Punch Board from We R Memory Keepers

After I had my tabbed 4×6 cards created, I was ready to put them onto my layout. I used the Trim and Score Board to measure ½” lines on white cardstock.


I layered four tabbed cards on the top portion of the layout and layered 4 tabbed cards on the bottom portion of my layout. I adhered my photo in the middle of the layered tabbed cards. The brightly colored tabbed cards make the perfect layers to draw the reader’s eye to the photo.


The title of the layout is my word “habit.” I added the title above the typed journaling above the photo.


I used foam adhesive to give the tabs a little bit of dimension and texture. I wanted the tabs to come off the page a little bit. I also added a few stickers to the tabs to fit the theme of the layout.



The finishing touch on the layout is a few fussy cut flowers that I tucked around the tabs and the photo. I can’t wait to add file tabs to many many many upcoming projects. I LOVE this little tool. I’ll see you again soon.



We R Trim and Score Board

Tab Punch Board

Tab Punch Board Planner Pages

Hello, We R friends! Tessa Buys here once again with my planner, and this time I’m sharing how I used the new Tab Punch Board to make my own, custom dividers and a washi tape holder:


I pulled out several sheets of my favorite patterns from the Urban Chic collection. Next, I used the Tab Punch Board to create all the dividers I needed for the various sections of my planner.


These tabs are the “small” size, which is perfect for my personal size planner! I used my Typeset typewriter and Typeset washi tape stickers to customize a label for each tab.


I also created a label for my washi tape card.


I like to tuck cards like this in the planner pockets for adding washi to my pages on the go. To make it even more functional, I used the Tab Punch Board to create a tabbed card. Now it’s easier to pull the washi tape card from the pockets, and it’s cuter, too!




While the Tab Punch Board was super easy to use by following the instructions that come with the tool, I had to make a slight alteration to those instructions in order to make tab pages exactly proportioned to my personal size planner. Find my video tutorial here, and downloadable instructions on my personal blog here.


I can’t wait to make more tabbed projects! I’m envisioning tabbed dividers for all of my planners, tabbed page markers, tabbed sticky note holders…my to-make list of tabbed planner supplies and accessories is growing. I’d better get to it! Happy planning!

For more details about Tessa’s project, you can visit her blog HERE, and watch an instructional YouTube video HERE.


Supplies Used:

Urban Chic collection

Tab Punch Board

Say Hi to Aly!

Our final 2017 Design Team member to introduce is our Social Media Manager and team coordinator, Aly Dosdall. Aly has been with us for seven years now. She is one of the founding design team members, and got our blog up and running four years ago. Scroll down to get to know her a little better.


I believe that life is worth celebrating and documenting! Using the art of paper crafts to do that is my passion. I love being a wife, mother of five, memory maker and keeper, working as Social Media Manager for We R Memory Keepers, and teaching at craft events and online.

Blog | Facebook | Instagram | Pinterest  |  Twitter  |  YouTube


Snacking on: trail mix and babybel lite cheese
Always wearing: merino wool socks
Obsessed with: peanut butter M&M’s
Listening to: Pentatonix
Making: to-do lists
Annoyed with: disorganization
Excited about: a new year, exciting opportunities and fresh starts!
Favorite We R tool:

Do I have to pick only one? Probably my punch boards, but my Typecast typewriter is a close second.
Favorite project:

I love making mini albums! They’re like a snapshot of life, and they’re not hard to make. I love this little Instax one about our last family trip together before my 19 year old twin sons moved away from home.


You can catch all the pages in Aly’s mini album on her blog HERE. We’re glad to have Aly continuing with us this year. Be sure to come back next week for something exciting!

Tab Punch Board Winner!


Thanks to all who entered our Tab Punch Board giveaway! We love to hear your excitement for this new crafty tool. We’ve selected a random winner, and that winner is…


I am so excited that you have created this board. It’s like you heard ALL my grumblings coming from my art room! Thank you for this wonderful tool!


Congratulations Susan! Please send an email to with “Tab Punch Board Winner” in the subject line. Include your full name and shipping address, and we’ll get your prize to you asap. Enjoy!

Welcome back, Tessa!

We’re so lucky to have another returning design team member join us for 2017! Welcome back to Tessa Buys! Tessa is another awesome all-around crafter, but we particularly love her simple and stylish scrapbook layouts. Scroll down to learn a bit more about Tessa.


My three rambunctious boys, darling little girl, and patient husband and I call Sacramento, California home. I am a professional dancer and teacher, currently working with pre-school to pre-teen dancers, beginning to competition level. I’ve been lucky enough to work in the crafting industry for several years now and I am very excited to be designing for We R Memory Keepers for another year!

blog  |  facebook  |  instagram  |  pinterest


Snacking on: plain, air-popped popcorn
Always wearing: layers – it’s cold!
Obsessed with: pretty paper, awesome tools, and the color yellow
Listening to: Panama, 90’s alternative, and Pandora’s “Instrumentals for Studying Radio”
Making: 2017 planner pages and dance competition hair pieces
Annoyed with: how quickly my scrap space gets messy
Excited about: making 2017 the best year yet!

Favorite We R tool: It’s impossible to choose, but the Fuse and Typecast typewriter are contenders for the title!

Favorite project:


You can find more photos and details about this lovely layout on our blog HERE. We’re glad to have Tessa back, and you’re going to love what she creates this year!

Introducing Soraya Maes!

Today we’re thrilled to introduce a brand new member of the 2017 We R Design Team. Please give a warm welcome to Soraya Maes! We fell in love with Soraya’s beautiful mixed media layouts and planner pages, and we’re so happy to have her create with us this year. Scroll down to get to know her.


Hi everyone, my name is Soraya Maes, I’m a 36 year old mom and wife living in the French Riviera, Southern France. I started scrapbooking in 2005 when I discovered a great community of ladies who were sharing their creations and techniques through blogs and videos… this is how I’ve been hooked ! But scrapbooking has always been a part of me since I started documenting my everyday life and special moments in notebooks when I was 11. This is probably why I love journaling so much !

I feel so honored and excited to be a We R Memory Keepers DT member !

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Snacking on: homemade mini marshmallows
Always wearing: big cosy socks at home
Obsessed with: organization and storage solutions
Listening to: Bollywood songs while crafting
Making: something different everyday « a day spent without creating is a wasted day »
Annoyed with: negative people
Excited about: this new year with WRMK !

Favorite We R tool:

There are so many possibilities with the Fuse Tool, love using it in my projects !

Favorite project:

My favorite project is a mini book that tells a story ! Like this one I made earlier in september which gathers all the happy things my kids wanted to do during the spring vacations.


We can’t wait to see what Soraya has in store for us this year! In the meantime, check out some of her lovely creations on her Instagram feed HERE.

Say Hi to Laura!

Good Monday morning friends! Today we get to welcome Laura Silva back to our design team for 2017. Laura’s an awesome all around crafter and blogger, and we’re so glad she’s back for another year with us. Please scroll down to learn more about her!


I live in northern Arizona with my husband and two school-aged children (a boy and a girl). I am the blogger behind Laura’s Crafty Life. And I also design printables and jewelry for my Etsy shop, Laura Silva Designs. I am blessed to be able to work from home while my kids are little. I have been crafting since I was a young girl and am grateful to be working at my dream job. I am looking forward to another year of designing for We R Memory Keepers.

Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Instagram


Snacking on: Chex Mix
Always wearing: my favorite butterfly Charmed Collections necklace
Obsessed with: butterflies
Listening to: 80s cardio music on Pandora
Making: lots of organizing printables
Annoyed with: the really cold winter we have been having
Excited about: the new year filled with possibilities!

Favorite We R tool: Banner Punch Board

Favorite project:  I just made my daughter some doll clothes for her American Girl doll we surprised her with for Christmas. My mom did the same for me when I was a little girl and it was so special for me. I am happy to pass along the same memories to my own daughter.


We can’t wait to see what you create for us this year Laura!