September 2013 Card Kit: Sara’s Layouts

Happy Saturday everyone!

Don’t forget that we’re hosting our Week in the Life Info Session today at 10am sharp, so come on in to learn all about the fun process! Today’s session is free, but if you register for the email blasts & Week in the Life All-Day Crop on September 28th today you’ll receive the 10% class discount on your product purchase today!

Today we’re sharing the lovely layouts that Sara created using our September Card Kit!

Click on each of the pictures to enlarge.

traveling lion

Above layout features 8.5×11 Butternut Cardstock, Exclusive MME Stamp set, and more.


Above layout features Memory Box Mocha Dot 8.5×11 cardstock, MME stamp set, Farmhouse flower & 6×6 papers. Don’t you love the gold embossing on the picture? That’s not always easy to do without melting your photo, maybe Sara will comment with some “hot” tips!?


Dina Wakley inspired the circles on this layout comprised of just 6×6 pages. AND it flips open….

dina - flip open

to reveal tons more fun pics from the weekend.

dina - journaling

Gotta have your hidden journaling! Like Dina says, even if everyone can’t access or read your journaling, YOU know it’s there and the main point is just getting your thoughts down on paper.


Lots of luscious layers above!

vw van

Mix up your kit colour scheme with some spray inks!


More gorgeous gold embossing. Kinda makes you want to just emboss everything gold, hey?

sunshine - august gabe

If you have any questions about the layouts or mini album, just comment here and Sara will be sure to answer! If you’d like to reserve the September Card Kit ($24.99) just comment here, email or call 726-5323 – first come, first served!

3 thoughts on “September 2013 Card Kit: Sara’s Layouts

  1. Ok, I can comment about embossing on pictures! First, the actual photo paper your picture is on makes a difference – some melt or warp a lot easier than others. This particular photo is printed on my Canon Selphy and it is, by far, the best picture I have for embossing without warping. Trust me, I have melted more than one picture in my life! Just stamp and sprinkle powder as normal, heat up your embossing gun so it’s good and hot, then wave the heat over your embossed image, staying a few inched away. Pull the heat away regularly to cool the picture and then heat again. It takes a little longer but only a few seconds longer – and it’s definitely worth it!

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