The summer issue of Scrapbook & Cards Today is available today!

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It’s new issue day for Scrapbook & Cards Today magazine! Our summer issue is packed with scrapbooking and card inspiration to get your summer off to a crafty start (if it hasn’t already!)

I’m excited to share pages from my Design Your Story column this month, which are all about documenting milestones. (See the Coley layout supplies listed at the bottom of this post!)

My baby just graduated from high school. I know many readers have watched this boy grow from that precocious little kid in the top to the creative, talented and sometimes enigmatic young man at the bottom. If you think it seems like he was just a kid, I can vouch for that 100 percent.

I filmed a scrapbooking process video to share over on the Scrapbook & Cards Today YouTube channel, if you’d like to see how I built the design above.

If you like the concept of this page, I have a brand new template out today based on the design! (See the bottom of this post for a complete list of supplies used!)

I also created a layout to celebrate 27 years of marriage to my main squeeze.

This 27 Years page was heavily inspired by our creative director, Jennifer S. Gallacher, who has a wonderful YouTube channel and inspired me to layer ribbon banners on my page! You can also download the ‘years’ cut file on the Scrapbook & Cards Today Bonus Files page for free and create a page celebrating a number of years of your own!

Check out the summer issue today!


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Cathy ZielskeThe summer issue of Scrapbook & Cards Today is available today!

5 Comments on “The summer issue of Scrapbook & Cards Today is available today!”

  1. #2
    Sandra B.

    Cole’s page has an extra ‘with’ by zeal–perhaps that was for emphasis! Always love your designs but I generally scrapbook with 10 pics per layout, so have to adapt almost anyone’s examples as I cover them up. Onward summer!

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