Friday, July 19, 2013

Scrapbooking as Easy as 1...2....3 ! Using Close To My Heart Products

Thanks to everyone who came out to the "Flip Flap" Party.  The party was great fun!  Everyone learned how to use Close to my Heart photo storage pages and "Flip Flaps".  Time and money are both short for most of us these days.  With busy schedules and the cost of everyday living, it can be hard to find time or money to spend on something extra. If keeping your memories and telling your stories are important to you, using Close to my Heart products and ideas can help you do just that!   
In three steps and using three Close to my Heart products you can do both.  

Let me show you how.

              1. Select your Photos
              2. Cut your Papers
              3. Put it all together

Products you need:

              1. Paper (Close to My Heart)
              2. Close to My Heart photo storage pages
              3. Close to My Heart Flip Flaps

Select your photos.  Using these products, you can use 12+ photos.  Using the flip flaps will let you add more photos, your page title or both.  Choose your paper to match your photos or your theme.  Cut your paper 4" x 6" (a little less will than this will make your paper fit easier) You will get 6 pieces of paper from one 12'" x 12" sheet of paper and if it's double sided you will have enough for two pages.  If you use a flip flap you will need additional paper. Add your photos, title and embellishments to each 4" x 6" piece of paper and slide into the storage page.  See as easy as 1....2.....3.....!   For more information about products go here.   I have added a couple of layout ideas and a couple of pages made at our party.  You can also find inspiration and ideas using the video bar on this page & search for CTMH Flip Flap pages!

This is with a photo storage page and a 6" x 12" flip flap.

 Page with flip flap closed
Page with the flip flap open (sorry about the glare)

Page with flip flap closed
Page with flip flap open

I hope you have enjoyed this post.  If you are interested in learning more, please contact me.  
I would love to show you how to tell your stories!

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