Thursday, January 15, 2009

It's 2009! Time To Save In More Than One Way! See the Promotion At The End!

It's a new year and what better way to begin the new year, that to preserve last year! Every year we create memories with our Loved ones, Children, Parents, Friends, and more. Creating these memories, having the experience, is just the beginning! By preserving your memories with scrapbooks, you can relive these memories and experiences indefinitely, as well as pass on these special experiences and special people to future generations.

My children are 9 and 6. Currently they have 2 Great Grandmothers, 1 Great Grandpa, 3 sets of Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins. They are surrounded by people who love them, and they have had more experiences with their (what in my school days we would call ancestors) Great Grandparents, that most. I scrapbook these experiences because they are special. It is special to have a relationship with 4 living generations. There is so much to learn from this.

As a child growing up, I had one set of grandparents. I had a Great Grandmother, who lived in Texas but I scarcely remember her. I wish so much, that I would have those memories back. I have tried to have my grandmother look through pictures, but 80 years is a long time to ask someone to remember. She is completely cognizant, like you or I but the stories fade as our memories do. And as the stories fade, our heritage fades.

We can keep and celebrate our heritage, by simply scrapbooking those photos. Time is valuable, and often we feel we just don't have any. I can help you do this, by allowing Memory Keeper Professional Scrapbooking to complete your albums for you, you will be preserving the memories and the heritage we all hold so dear, for our own children and grandchildren.

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Monday, December 15, 2008

Holiday Memories Don't Leave Yourself Out!

Winter is a time to rest and reflect. It is also a time to celebrate our holidays and more importantly our Families during those holiday occasions.

Every year on Christmas Eve we have around 40 people at our home. To some that may seem a little daunting, but to us, it is a blessing. It is wonderful to be able to share those memories and have our children surrounded with such love.

While getting ready to add 2006 to our Christmas scrapbook, in 2007, I realized that I was the one taking the pictures, but not in any of them. I of course am a not a fan of my photo being taken, but it dawned on me, that I cannot eliminate myself from the events either. So last Christmas, I took the camera around and got my picture with darned near everyone! It was actually the joke of the year when I photo shared and there I was in almost every photo!

So remember yourself, and place yourself in your holiday albums, your children and grandchildren will love to look back at the photos!

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Heritage Album Sample Pages

Celebrate and Preserve your Heritage! These albums can contain old documents as well as pictures and tell your story!

Family Album Sample Pages

Every year we go to a cabin, and every year I take my camera. It is so fun to see how the girls grow each year, and so important to preserve these memories, for I know they grow so fast and will eventually have traditions of their own.
Thanksgiving at the Lake!

Park Palooza!

Sample Baby Album Pages

Our children are only small for a blink of an eye. Celebrate them, preserve the memories.
This Album 2 Page spread is a Letter to my daughter Camden and celebration of her birth.

This Page is about the time that Camden and I spent together in her first days and weeks.

This is just about enjoying the wonderful things about being a girl!

"I think the Peanut Butter won!" This page I paper pieced the Jif, Jelly jar, and Bread.

More Scrapbook Pages Coming Soon!

I will be adding album pages from different themes of albums including, New Baby, Child's, Retirement, Memorial, and Heritage later this evening. Check back tomorrow to see the possibilities!

Monday, December 1, 2008