Emoji Letterboard Wall Decor

Hello everyone!  It’s Eva on the blog today showing you how to make a cute Letterboard sign using the new Emoji Punch Board.

Emoji Letterboard Wall Decor by Eva Pizarro for We R Memory Keepers

 

 

One of the things I love most about this Punch Board is that you can create more than 19 emojis with just a few punches. The punch board is small and perfect to carry around for crops. Plus the punch board is really intuitive and you really don’t need the instruction booklet once you learn how the board works.

I used my Letterboard and some emoji faces to create a cute message for our living room.

To start this project cut some 1.5 inch x 1.5 inch papers with your Square Punch Board or use the perforated paper pad made exclusively for the Emoji Punch Board. This pad has 50 pages with nine 1.5 inch squares per pages. In total, 450 pieces in four different colors!

Square Punch Board + Emoji Punch Board by We R Memory Keepers

 

Create the emojis following the instructions on the booklet or create some emojis yourself!

Like I told you, the board is really easy to use and with the perforated paper pad you get perfect results every time!

Emoji Punch Board and Perforated Paper Pad by We R Memory KeepersEmoji Punch Board by We R Memory Keepers

 

I wanted to decorate my emojis a bit so I added black and red cardstock to the back of my emojis.  Punch some 1 inch black circles with the punch board and use your Sticky Thumb glue to assemble your emojis.

Emoji Punch Board by We R Memory KeepersEmoji Punch Board by We R Memory Keepers

 

I added a simple phrase with my Letterboard alphabets and glued the emojis with 3d dots.

Emoji Letterboard Wall Decor by Eva Pizarro for We R Memory Keepers

 

This is how my Emoji Letterboard message looks on my gallery wall. I love that it is colorful and adds a pop of color to my wall! Plus it reminds me to smile all the time!

Emoji Letterboard Wall Decor by Eva Pizarro for We R Memory Keepers

 

There is so much you can use your emojis for! How about a reward chart for your little ones? That would be super fun! How would you use your emojis?

Emoji Letterboard Wall Decor by Eva Pizarro by We R Memory Keepers

Have a great day!

Eva

 

Supplies:

Emoji Punch Board
Perforated Paper Pad
Magnetic Mat
Sticky Thumb Glue
Square Punch Board
Letterboard Words

 

 

3 Emoji Punch Board Project Ideas

Hello We R friends! We’re extra happy today. Want to know why? We couldn’t be more excited about the release of the Emoji Punch Board, can you tell?

Emoji Punch Board by We R Memory Keepers

To celebrate this happy tool we’ve got 3 Emoji Punch Board Project Ideas to share with you, along with an entire week of emoji inspiration from our design team. Are you ready? Okay, let’s get to it!

Emoji Succulent Planters

You’ll break into a smile every time you pass these adorable emoji succulent planters in your home. Adding emojis made with the Emoji Punch Board is the perfect way to create a fun and happy feel to your DIY home decor.

Emoji Punch Board Succulent Planters by We R Memory Keepers

DIY Emoji Notebook

School is just around the corner, and you can send your student back to school in style with a darling DIY Emoji Notebook. Pair the Emoji Punch Board with The Cinch and you’ll have your project done in no time.

DIY Emoji Notebook by We R Memory Keepers

Emoji Planner Clips

Add style and character to your planner with some Emoji Punch Board Planner Clips! Back your custom emoji faces with some plain color cardstock, glue on a jumbo paper clip and you’ll never lose your place in your journal, planner, or favorite read again.

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Thanks for stopping by today! We hope you’ve found some helpful inspiration! Be sure to come back each day this week for more emoji projects.

Our Favorite Colors: Home Office Decor

Hello and Happy Friday crafty friends! Aly Dosdall here with you again to share a project I made with my current favorite color scheme–Blush Pink, Mint, Teal, and Cornflower Blue.

Home Office Decor by Aly Dosdall for We R Memory Keepers

I recently renovated my craft room and I’m really an aqua/teal kind of girl. My decor before the renovation was mint, teal, blue, aqua, green and brown. But I’m loving all the blush pink I’ve seen paired with those colors recently, so I’ve started following suit.

Home Office Decor by Aly Dosdall for We R Memory Keepers

I started by grabbing papers in my favorite colors from the Crate Paper Oasis and Maggie Holmes Chasing Dreams collections.

Home Office Decor by Aly Dosdall for We R Memory Keepers

First I made a “family” banner with my Mini Alphabet Punch Board.

 

Family banner step out 3

To speed things up I grabbed my Square Punch Board and punched out four 1 1/2 x 2 1/2 inch rectangles, and one 2 1/2 inch square (for the letter M). Then I used my Alphabet Punch Board app to create the letters for my banner.

 

Square Punch Board and Mini Alphabet Punch Board by We R Memory Keepers

I used washi tape to secure the yarn to the back of the letters. I chose a yarn color to match my color scheme, and then tied it to my folding ruler.

Mini Alphabet Punch Board Banner

Home Office Decor by Aly Dosdall for We R Memory Keepers

I added a few embellishments, including a tropical leaf I made with the Happy Jig and some green wire.

 

Happy Jig tropical leaf embellishment by Aly Dosdall for We R Memory Keepers

Then I made some photo frames with my Frame Punch Board to display some of my favorite family photos. I added some more embellishments, including another Happy Jig tropical leaf.

Home Office Decor by Aly Dosdall for We R Memory Keepers 4

Happy Jig wire tropical leaf by Aly Dosdall for We R Memory Keepers

Once I finished decorating my folding ruler as the focal point on the wall above my desk, I surrounded it with wall decor in the same color scheme.

Home Office Decor by Aly Dosdall for We R Memory Keepers

I love having my family photos on display over my work area, along with my favorite colors, patterns, and images. It inspires me as I work, and it makes me happy when I look at the wall. Thanks for stopping by, and have a great weekend!

Supplies:

Happy Jig
Mini Alphabet Punch Board
Frame Punch Board
Square Punch Board
Maggie Holmes Chasing Dreams
Crate Paper Oasis

Our Favorite Colors: Double Page Scrapbook Layout

Hello again WeR fans! Thank you for stopping by the blog this week, as we share our favourite colour combinations! I cannot walk past anything pink. The hotter the better… I am well and truly a child of the Eighties in that regard!

Pink goes with so many colours but I really love an Aqua/Teal and Gold combination. Throw in a pop of black for good measure and it’s perfection, haha.

balloons

It’s very seldom that I create a double page layout. The second page always seems a bit daunting I guess. The layout I have created using my favourite colours though, seemed right for a double. The emotion while I created it just spilled out past twelve inches and I’m really glad I went with it, because I love how it turned out.

Double Page Layout by Chantalle McDaniel for We R Memory Keepers

The main focal area has a circular design that expands outwards from the image. Staples hold the photo in place, adding texture and colour.

 Double Page Layout by Chantalle McDaniel for We R Memory Keepers

The grid pattern also extends out onto white cardstock. The lines and circles have been added in by hand to give a sense of continuity.

Double Page Layout by Chantalle McDaniel for We R Memory Keepers

To start, I selected the sweet but not-too-overpowering design of a sheet of Flower Girl ‘Sweets’. (I will admit that I hoard my WeR papers and accessories now!)

The grid lines were perfect to extend my design on to a second page.

I then used my Circle Clear Cut Punch to punch a 2 inch circle into the centre of the patterned paper, below which I would adhere my image.

Using the clever circle shapes molded into my WRMK Square Guide , I traced a light pencil mark around the photo. This would serve as a guide to where I was going to be stapling.

The WRMK Staple Board allows you to punch anywhere on a project! With three sizes of staplers to choose from, it’s powerful magnetic system holds your paper in place while you staple. I’ve used the small and large size staples and adjusted the base accordingly.

It was a bit of trial and error getting the staples in exactly the correct position, but after a few goes I had worked out a bit of a system, rotating the paper as I went. It took a bit of time, but I really like the effect.

Staple Board by We R Memory Keepers

I used a fine artline pen to extend the lines onto the plain white cardstock…

Double Page Layout by Chantalle McDaniel for We R Memory Keepers

… And one of my favourite Vicki Boutin Stamp & Die Set (circles) along with a juicy pink ink from my Vicki Boutin Color Wheel Ink Pad. These pads are so clever and compact – giving you collections of warm or cool colours. A must for the stash!

My Acrylic Stamp Blocks allowed me to see exactly where my stamping would be placed and the grid lines printed on the block make lining things up really easy.

Double Page Layout by Chantalle McDaniel for We R Memory KeepersDouble Page Layout by Chantalle McDaniel for We R Memory Keepers

There are lots of lots of little coordinating details on this layout. I gathered matching elements, and used up lots of things I have been keeping for a rainy day. One thing I will say is this – if you are holding on to something, use it. Use the nice things – don’t keep them hidden away.

Double Page Layout by Chantalle McDaniel for We R Memory Keepers

Another fantastic function of the Staple Board is that it comes with built-in storage, which is really handy for keeping little things like staples organized. You can purchase refill boxes of staples, which come in 3 sizes and 4 colours.

Staple Board by We R Memory Keepers

These Shimelle ‘Glitter Girl’ Shaker Stickers are a perfect example of me keeping things, lol. Sooo easy on the eye, these shaker stickers have been squirreled away. I’m so glad I used one on this page! I love it and will be using them instead of looking at them for sure.

Double Page Layout by Chantalle McDaniel for We R Memory Keepers

More little details – another favourite (of which I now sadly have no more) are the ‘Pick me Up’ Rub Ons by Paige Evans for Pink Paislee. They are wonderful!

Double Page Layout by Chantalle McDaniel for We R Memory Keepers

I’m definitely seeing more double in my future!

Double Page Layout by Chantalle McDaniel for We R Memory Keepers

We all get the days when worries take over – we overthink, wonder what’s around the corner for us. Life is tricky baby – stay in your magic.

Chantalle

 

Materials Used:

Bazzill cardstock

Circle Clear Cut Punch

Acrylic Stamp Blocks

Embossing Stylus

Crate Paper ‘Good Vibes’ Chipboard Stickers

Crate Paper Good Vibes Ephemera

Shimelle ‘Glitter Girl’ Shaker Stickers

Shimelle ‘Glitter Girl’ Ephemera

Pink Paislee Wild Child Puffy Stickers

Vicki Boutin Stamp & Die Set (circles)

Vicki Boutin Rub Ons

Vicki Boutin Color Wheel Ink Pad

Amy Tangerine Suede Bows

WRMK Square Guide
WRMK Flower Girl ‘Sweets’ 12×12

WRMK Staple Board

Pink Paislee ‘Pick me Up’ Rub Ons
American Crafts ‘Get Together’ Foam Thickers

American Crafts ‘Skylar’ Foam Phrase Stickers

 

 

 

Our Favorite Colors: Handmade Card Set

Hello, We R friends, Laura here today! I am sharing a fun card set I made with some of my current favorite colors – teal, blue, and pink. I think this color combination is so fun and the adorable Pink Paislee Wild Child Girl collection is perfect for this color theme.

Favorite Colors Card Set by Laura Silva 1

Favorite Colors Card Set by Laura Silva 12To make each card base I started by trimming a 12” x 12” piece of paper to 6” x 8” using the Trim & Score board. I scored the long side at 4” to easily be able to fold the card in half. This will make a card with a finished size of 4” x 6”.

We R Memory Keepers Trim and Score Board

To embellish the first card, I trimmed teal heart patterned paper from the Wild Child paper pad to fit on the card. I also trimmed a blue and a pink sheet of cardstock to 1 ¾” and then used the banner punch board to create flag shaped banner pieces.

We R Memory Keepers Banner Punch Board

I used the word punch board to spell out the word HELLO on a pretty floral paper. I used an extra piece of the blue cardstock behind the word so that the word showed up better on the card. I trimmed each end of the word with a v shape to mimic the banner pieces I already made.

We R Memory Keepers Word Punch Board

I attached the hello sentiment to the top of the banner pieces.

Handmade Card featuring the Word Punch Board and the Banner Punch Board by Laura Silva for We R Memory Keepers

Handmade Card featuring the Word Punch Board and the Banner Punch Board by Laura Silva for We R Memory Keepers

I started creating the second card in the same way as I did for the first. I cut a piece of patterned guitar paper to fit on the card base. Then, I used the square punch board to create three mats for this cute cool cat die cut. The square punch board makes it so easy to cut perfectly sized squares and rectangles in so many sizes.

We R Memory Keepers Square Punch Board

I added some twine around the patterned paper that reminded me a little bit of the guitar strings, and then added the guitar die cut using adhesive foam dots.

Handmade Card featuring the Square Punch Board by Laura Silva for We R Memory KeepersHandmade Card featuring the Square Punch Board by Laura Silva for We R Memory Keepers

For the final card, I only used the Trim & Score board. I created the card base from teal cardstock. I added a teal and blue floral paper to the front of the card. I also added a blue cardstock strip along the bottom third of the card. I found a pink tag from the Wild Child ephemera set and added some twine to embellish the top.

Handmade Card featuring the Trim and Score Board by Laura Silva for We R Memory Keepers

Then, I attached a floral die cut using foam adhesive dots to give the card a little dimension.

Handmade Card featuring the Trim and Score Board by Laura Silva for We R Memory Keepers

I love this color combination of the teal, pink, and blue for these cards. They would be the perfect little set to give as a gift. You could even make coordinating envelopes to go with them using the envelope punch board! What is your favorite color combination?

Handmade Card Set by Laura Silva for We R Memory Keepers

Supplies:

Pink Paislee Wild Child Paper Pad

Pink Paislee Wild Child Ephemera Cardstock Die-Cuts

Pink, Blue, Teal, and White Cardstock

Trim & Score Board

Banner Punch Board

Word Punch Board

Square Punch Board

 

 

 

 

Our Favorite Colors: DIY Pom Pom Rug

Hello, We R friends! Tessa Buys here. After three boys, my little girl was so much fun to plan for. I chose a vintage color scheme for her nursery that is still going strong in her room today – aqua, yellow and red. Pistachio green, teal blue and strawberry red have snuck in over the years, and that combo of colors was so fun to work with when I made this pom pom rug her for room:

DIY Pom Pom Rug by Tessa Buys for We R Memory Keepers, featuring the DIY Party Pom Pom Maker

This is a great project if you have leftover skeins of yarn that aren’t enough for a larger project, but are too big to be tossed. I pulled all the colors I had that fell into the palette of her room, then got to work with my DIY Party Pom Pom maker. I chose to use the large size, but the small and medium (or a combination of any sizes) would work well, too.

DIY Pom Pom Rug by Tessa Buys for We R Memory Keepers, featuring the DIY Party Pom Pom Maker

I made the dozens of pom poms while watching tv over a few weeks. The process is easy, but a little bit tedious. The wrapping and cutting and shaping are a great “mindless” task if you need to relax.

DIY Pom Pom Rug by Tessa Buys for We R Memory Keepers, featuring the DIY Party Pom Pom Maker

In the last step of making the pom poms, you shape the pom pom by giving it a bit of a haircut. During this process, do not cut off the tails of the knot you made while assembling the pom pom. You will need these strings to tie the pom poms to the rug base. I used shelf liner for my base. I love that it is non-slip – perfect for a rug in an active little girl’s room!

DIY Pom Pom Rug by Tessa Buys for We R Memory Keepers, featuring the DIY Party Pom Pom Maker

The yarns I used had different textures, so the pom poms ended up being slightly different sizes, even though I used the large tool to make all of them. Instead of a perfect pattern, I ended up with random arrangement and I love the result!

DIY Pom Pom Rug by Tessa Buys for We R Memory Keepers, featuring the DIY Party Pom Pom Maker

When I put the rug in my little girl’s room, she snuggled her toes into it and said, “It’s so comfy, mom!” She loves it and I love that I was able to bring all these fun colors to the floor. What’s your favorite color combination? I bet it would look great as a pom pom rug! Happy creating!

Supplies:

DIY Party Pom Pom Maker

Craft Room Storage and Organization with Enza

Hello, crafty friends! Enza here, and I’m back today to share a few organizational tips with you all. I don’t have a craft room – all my crafting is done at the kitchen table, so I’ve had to find the best storage solutions that allowed me to get my supplies in and out in a fast and easy way.

A must-have for me is a rolling cart. All my basic supplies, such as scissors, adhesives, trimmers, but also mixed media supplies and other tools that I use on a daily basis are sitting in the cart and easily accessible at any time. Here is also where I store all the bits and pieces from collections I’m working with. They sit in separate pretty little plates or bowls and get rearranged based on my needs.

A separate cart is entirely dedicated to my We R Memory Keepers tools.

Craft Room Storage and Organization Tips with Enza Gudor for We R Memory Keepers

I used the new amazing Label It Maker to mark the trays based on type of supply and keep them as organized as possible — on a side note, this works really well when you have kids that love to use your crafty tools! They know exactly where everything goes, and it makes it easier to clean up!

Craft Room Storage and Organization Tips with Enza Gudor for We R Memory KeepersCraft Room Storage and Organization Tips with Enza Gudor for We R Memory Keepers

What I love about the Label It Maker is that it is easy and fast to use, and comes with accessories, such as font wheels, label holders, and a wide variety of colored tape rolls, that help in the organization process. You can change tape and font wheels in no time, and color-code your supplies for a very organized space.

Craft Room Storage and Organization Tips with Enza Gudor for We R Memory Keepers

Bins, boxes and baskets are also a wonderful option, especially if you don’t have a designated area where you can just sit and craft. I try to find pretty, but also functional items that can be easily transported from the storage room, where all my supplies are, to my scrappy space. They are affordable and definitely help keep your stash super organized – I usually categorize everything per type, collection, or manufacturer to make it easier to find what I’m looking for.

Craft Room Storage and Organization Tips with Enza Gudor for We R Memory KeepersCraft Room Storage and Organization Tips with Enza Gudor for We R Memory KeepersCraft Room Storage and Organization Tips with Enza Gudor for We R Memory Keepers

Wire baskets are great for holding washi tape rolls as well. Anything helps in a small space, right?

Craft Room Storage and Organization Tips with Enza Gudor for We R Memory Keepers

Sometimes I find that storage units meant to be used for a specific item are perfect for crafting supplies. This nail polish organizer keeps ink sprays, paint bottles and embossing powders neat and tidy. It is sturdy but light, so easy to carry around.

Craft Room Storage and Organization Tips with Enza Gudor for We R Memory Keepers

One last thing I wanted to show you is how I organize my ink pads. My husband just finished this unit for me. It holds so many of them! A great way to keep it functional is by color – The little adhesive dots I inked and adhered to the outside of each case are a great help when it comes to find color combinations.

Craft Room Storage and Organization Tips with Enza Gudor for We R Memory Keepers

I hope you’ve enjoyed reading about my ways of organizing craft supplies. I’m open to suggestions if you have any tips and tricks you would like to share with me 😉

Thank you for stopping by!

Enza

Supplies:

Label It
Label It 3/8” Label Holders
Label It Tape Rolls
Label It Small Serif Font Wheel

Make Tabs with the Word Punch Board

Hello and Happy Friday friends! It’s Aly Dosdall here again. My daughter recently graduated from high school and was blessed to receive some generous cash gifts from friends and family. When it came time for her to write thank you notes she knew exactly where to go in my craft room!

Create custom tabs to keep organized with the Word Punch Board. Aly Dosdall shares how.

I recently organized all my handmade cards and stored them in the Card and Craft Organizer by theme so I could easily grab one when I needed it. My daughter easily found some thank you cards to send to her generous donors.

Word Punch Board Tabs by Aly Dosdall for We R Memory Keepers.

I organize my cards in a way that works for me based on the type of cards I give away most often. The Word Punch Board made it easy to customize my tabs to fit my needs. My cards for celebrations (birthdays, showers, weddings, graduation) are behind the “YAY” tab; all occasion cards (friendship, hello, thinking of you, etc) are behind the “HELLO” tab; the “CMAS” tab is for Christmas and Holiday cards; “FOR YOU” is gift tags, gift cards, and sympathy; thank you cards are behind “THANKS”; and the “SEASON” tab is for all other holiday and seasonal cards (Easter, Halloween, fall spring, etc).

Make custom tabs with the Word Punch Board and Tab Punch Board

I started by centering the letters in my punch guide. Then I trimmed my gold foil paper to 4 1/2 inches wide and punched my word. (Be sure to save the leftover letters for another project!) After punching the word I used the Tab Punch Board to punch the edges and then trimmed the tab to 7/8 inch tall.

Word Punch Board Tabs by Aly Dosdall for We R Memory Keepers.

I backed each tab with a strip of plain white cardstock and then adhered the tabs to the dividers in the bin. This is a great way to use up paper scraps!

Word Punch Board Tabs by Aly Dosdall for We R Memory Keepers.

The Word Punch Board is a great way to customize tabs for just about anything you want to organize. You can use the letters that you punch out, as well as the paper you punch them from. Get the look you want with your choice of paper and colors.

Thanks for stopping by, and have a great weekend friends!

Supplies:

Word Punch Board
Tab Punch Board
Card and Craft Organizer
Trim and Score Board
Crafter’s Precision Scissors

DIY Gift Wrap with the Word Punch Board

Hello We R fans! Kimberly stopping by today to share some customized gift wrap. Nothing like taking some pre-made supplies and adding that special touch, the handmade touch.

DIY Gift Wrap with the Word Punch Board by Kimberly Crawford for We R Memory Keepers

Using the new We R Memory Keepers Word Punch Board I took basic wrapping paper and a gift bag and turned them into a gift that they might not want to open. For a minute anyway.

DIY Gift Wrap with the Word Punch Board by Kimberly Crawford for We R Memory Keepers

To customize the gift bag, I added the punched words “happy birthday.” Being able to add any words to a bag gives it so much more mileage. I don’t know about you, but I have a collection of gift bags at home and this way, I can use them for any occasion.

DIY Gift Wrap with the Word Punch Board by Kimberly Crawford for We R Memory Keepers

To start, I placed the letters for “birthday” in the punch board. Then, leaving the paper in its 12×12 form, I pushed the handle (or lid) down, punching the letters all at once. I punched right in the middle of the paper, so I could add notched ends for a cute touch. Then I put the paper into my Trim & Score Board and cut it into a strip.

I repeated the same process for the word “happy.” The Word Punch Board comes with all 26 letters, and no duplicates. So, I created my word, starting with the “h.” To help me keep things evenly spaced apart, I put a random letter in place of the second “p” and placed the “y.” Before punching, I took out the extra letter. After the first punch, I moved the “p” one space over and punched again. The edge of the Word Punch Board has a wonderful spot to keep your paper lined up, making it easy to keep everything straight.

DIY Gift Wrap with the Word Punch Board by Kimberly Crawford for We R Memory Keepers

For the wrapped gift, I wanted to create a ribbon of sorts. This time I punched the word “birthday” repeatedly across strips of white cardstock. What a fun way to customize a gift. It would be fun to use a person’s name even.

DIY Gift Wrap with the Word Punch Board by Kimberly Crawford for We R Memory Keepers

Making these word strips took barely any time at all because the only thing that needs to be moved is the paper. I was thinking that making word strips like this could make for a fun card background as well.

DIY Gift Wrap with the Word Punch Board by Kimberly Crawford for We R Memory Keepers

To finish things off, I made a tag using the Tag Punch Board. Then added the recipient’s name on another strip of paper. Wrapping Christmas presents like this is going to be fun!

DIY Gift Wrap with the Word Punch Board by Kimberly Crawford for We R Memory Keepers

How would you make gift wrap or tags using your Word Punch Board?

Supplies:

We R Memory Keepers:

Bazzill:

  • Cardstock-white, pink, teal

 

Word Punch Board Layout

Hello everyone!  It’s Eva  on the blog today sharing colorful layout using the new Word Punch Board.

Word Punch Board Layout by Eva Pizarro for We R Memory Keepers

As soon as I saw the Word Punch Board I knew it would be one of my favorite tools, you can do so many things with it: make titles, journaling, tags and even use the punched letters to embellish a card or make a subtitle.

To create this layout I cut a few 5/8 inch strips of paper with my Trim and Score Board, I used some of my favorite Bazzill cardstock in coordinating colors.

Trim and Score Board by We R Memory Keepers

Next I placed all my elements of my layout in order to have an idea of how much journaling I could write on my strips of paper. I made marks with a pencil on all the edges of my strips.

Word Punch Board Layout by Eva Pizarro for We R Memory Keepers

I used my Word Punch Board to punch my journaling. Between words I left 3 small marks and I also added double sided tape to my strips before punching.

Word Punch Board by We R Memory KeepersWord Punch Board Layout by Eva Pizarro for We R Memory Keepers

I used the punched letters to create a subtitle for my layout, the letters already had the double sided tape on the back so it was easy to place them using my Sticky Piercer.

Word Punch Board Layout by Eva Pizarro for We R Memory KeepersWord Punch Board Layout by Eva Pizarro for We R Memory Keepers

To finish my layout, I embellished it with some die cuts and stickers from the My Bright Life Collection by Pebbles Inc. The strips were very colorful so I added only a few pops of color here and there.

Word Punch Board Layout by Eva Pizarro for We R Memory Keepers

The journaling strips turned out beautiful! Just like I imagined them! To add an extra touch back the strips with colored cardstock.

Word Punch Board Layout by Eva Pizarro for We R Memory Keepers

This tool is really amazing. I love mine and I am sure you are going to love yours! Use it for layouts, planners or cards!

Word Punch Board Layout by Eva Pizarro for We R Memory Keepers

Thanks for joining me and have a great day!

 

Eva

 

Supplies:

Word Punch Board

Sticky Piercer
Trim and Score Board

My Bright Life collection by Pebbles Inc