Saturday, January 29, 2022

How to Create Two Page Layouts from One Page Layouts-Remember Today Calendar Pages #6-13

 Remember Today is a Cut Above (easy peasy) kit made to create a calendar. I decided, instead, to create a 2022 album. I like 1 page layouts but, I'd rather have 2 page layouts in an album. I thought I would take each layout and cut it up in a way to easily make a 2 page layout. The process videos show you how I worked through each layout. I added white or black cardstock to add to the pages. I also used a lot of embellishments from my stash as well as scraps from prior kits. Whatever I needed to extend the pages, I pulled out and used.

Remember Today is available while supplies last.

Remember Today Cut Above® Layout Kit

    Includes base pages, die-cuts, stickers, pre-cut paper pieces, and photo placeholders for 13 single-page layouts. Add completed pages to a scrapbook album or a Base Calendar!


• Use the materials in this kit to create 13 12" × 12" scrapbook pages.

• No fussy-cutting required!

Remember Today Calendar Kit (without stamp set)

Kit contents:

1 – Remember Today Cut Above® Layout Kit (CC10212)
1 – Base Calendar (Z3581)

Remember Today Calendar Kit 

Kit contents:
1 – My Acrylix® Remember Today Stamp Set (CC10211)
1 – Remember Today Cut Above® Layout Kit (CC10212)
1 – Base Calendar (Z3581)
Here are the 2 page layouts for pages 1-13 from 
Remember Today: 

Here is the finale video:

Here are the links for all the process videos on 

This was a rather big project but I really enjoyed doing it. I used the white pearl paper and Desert Rose glitter paper the I hadn't touched yet. The black acrylic hearts and flowers embellishments got used. I did a lot of splatter painting with shimmer brushes, which is great fun! I hadn't used the Blue Bell shimmer tape yet and got to use it in a way that was different by cutting it in half lengthwise. I used my water brush with the coordinating stamp pads for a watercolor wash. These are all super easy techniques that anyone can do. I hope you add them to your repertoire for scrapbooking, cardmaking or any other paper crafts you do.

Thanks for watching!


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