Archives for October 2010

Scrapbook Layouts That Are Just So … YOU!

Have you ever gone shopping and found yourself saying… “This looks just like my sister!” or “That is just so YOU!”?

Our New Storefront is OPEN!

Our new storefront is now OPEN for business … and with it comes the official release of the Memory Logbook 2011 series!

Story Board~ 10.27.2010

If capturing everyday real life memories through story-based scrapbooking is your passion, our weekly Story Board was created especially for you! Check out these favorites brought to us today by October Calendar Girl Jennifer Labre…

Cash In Your Pocket, a Personal Assistant… & More!

As promised in yesterday’s post, today I have more exciting details to share about the new 2011 Memory Logbook, including info about our new affiliate program, a way to get your own personal memory-keeping assistant … and more!

Introducing the 2011 Memory Logbook

I’m thrilled today to begin revealing many more details about the 2011 edition of Log Your Memory’s core product … the Memory Logbook!

Documenting Those That Make a Difference

Doing for others … and having things done for you … plays a very meaningful role in the lives of many of, making it a great source of stories just waiting to be shared via your scrapbook or journal.

Chat Tonight, Yearbook Voting Ends Tomorrow

Join Guest Designer Andrea Nye tonight for a fun challenge chat … and don’t forget to vote for your favorite September layout artist in the 2010 Yearbook forum!

Story Board~ 10.20.2010

Sweet peeks at everyday life, sparkly eyes and fabulous photos combined with clever design and a meaningful journaling add up to another round of great real life inspiration in this week’s Story Board…

And the winner is…

Congratulations to Laser, winner of this week’s giveaway from October Guest Designer Andrea Nye of Andilynn Designs!!

Behind the Scenes with Andrea Nye: Part II

Today we continue with the second half of our Q&A interview with October Guest Designer Andrea Nye of Andilynn Designs and a second chance to win her new kit “One Person Can Make a Difference.”