Remembering moments

So often I want to share precious memories with people, but not necessarily online or in a scrapbook (although I do the former often).  There is something really special about giving a loved one a gift of photos  and a card to let them know you care and share part of you life with them.  The double tri-shutter album is perfect for this.  What starts out as a card, becomes an opportunity to share some special memories and moments with others.  As my parents live interstate it's a great way to share our life with them.

I made this album a little while ago as a demonstration project for my future classes, but I haven't shown you yet.   All the photos were from hubby's and my trip to Europe and the US last year.  I went for a simple colour palate of neutrals as I wanted to highlight the photos rather than the stamping or papers.  I've left space on the far left and right panels for journalling and writing to a message.

If you like this you register for my project class in May.  We'll be making the double-tri-shutter album as either a card or album - your choice.  If you've never stamped, scrapbooked or made a card before it doesn't matter.  Classes are a great way to try a new hobby.  Over a few hours you get to play with all my products, learn something new, and have fun with a lovely group of women - without a huge investment in a new hobby.  In fact you don't have to buy or bring anything.  I supply the lot.  If you've been stamping/card making/scrapping for a while it's the perfect opportunity for a social creative session with like-minded individuals, and to be inspired by others around you.  Sometimes my most creative moments come after a class, having just seen what the girls have done.

I still have seats available for all my May classes so email me if you're interested -

Cardstock: Black, Very Vanilla

Ink: Sahara Sand
Stamps: Vintage Labels, Warm Words
Paper: Bella Blue
Punches: Scallop circle, Wide Oval, Hearts
Other: Chocolate chip ribbon, brads


  1. I love this Sally,you are very creative.

  2. Beautiful work Sally.


  3. Thanks ladies. I only wish I had more time to spend on it :-)

  4. Allison Brudenell16 April 2010 at 16:50

    Oh wow - Man I wish I lived in your State so I could come and do you class!!! I would really love to know how to make this... it's stunning and I could Imagine sending it to my Oma in Sydney. My Opa dies not too long ago so she's been a little down. I think something like this would be the ultimate gift for her!


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