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My Memories Suite New Version 7 is Available Now

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My Memories Suite new version 7 is now available.  Here are some of the new features to look forward to in this new release:

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Over the next few weeks, I’ll be reviewing MyMemories new v7 software and going into more depth with some of my favorite new features.  Are they a hit or a miss?  We’ll see!  If you don’t currently use MyMemories Suite you can give it a try now and save money.  Copy this code STMMMS57865 and paste it in as a coupon code at checkout.  You’ll save $10 & receive coupons for future store purchases.

Keep an eye out for my reviews and tutorials using MyMemories Suite version 7.

Photo Tiling Tutorial is Now Available

Have you seen any layouts using the photo tiling feature in My Memories Suite?  That is one of my favorite features added in version 4.  If you love the look too, I’ve created a tutorial to show you how to use photo tiling in your layouts.  You can find the tutorial here and I’ve included another example below using this feature.

This example is very similar to one of the layouts in the tutorial but for this layout I used the original photo for the entire background.  I also used the photo effect feature to change it to black & white.

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Easy Scrapbooking Cut Outs

Wouldn’t you love to know how to cut out letters or shapes when you’re scrapbooking.  I’ll show you how easy it is to make those cut outs and you won’t need expensive photo editing software to do it.  That’s right, it’s easy and free!  Here’s an example of what I’m talking about.  You’ll find the tutorial here.

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Make Your Own Quickpage

Here’s a question I hear a lot, “How do you make your own quickpage?”.  It’s easier than you think.  Even better, it’s free!  Yes, that right, there is a free online tool that let’s you easily change your layout into a quickpage (QP) fast.  If you would like to learn how to do it, hop on over to my short tutorial here.  You’ll end up with a layout that has a transparent area.  Then just add your photo.  Rotate your photo as needed to fit the hole then send your photo back so that it will be behind the quickpage.  You can then add your title, text or anything else you’d like to the QP.

Quickpage Example