Monday, October 29, 2012

Jennifer Evans & Heidi Swapp

Heidi Swapp Memory File class by Jennifer Evans

What a fun day!!! I got to spend the day
with my dearest friend Kelly →→→→→→→
and take a class from Jennifer Evans
who is not only an In House Designer
for Craft Warehouse, but is also on
Heidi Swapp's Media Team.

The class was free with the purchase of a Memory File kit that Jennifer put together. It had everything we needed to get started. I've been wanting to get my hands on Heidi Swapps Memory Files for awhile now and this class was the perfect opportunity. Jennifer did a great job laying things out for us, making it easy to put together a beautiful project.
Here's a close up of the front cover. At the class I only put down 1 photo but after I got home, I added a lot more to it. 

 Here you can see the smaller file Jennifer added. She also used a die cut and made us all a banner using Heidi's Color Magic paper. We used Tim Holtz Distress Markers and had fun coloring them. Again I added more photos and embellishments when I got home.

On the right here you can see the awesome Fotostack. Man!! That thing holds a ton of photos! I had to rearrange my photos and add more than I had planned just to fill it. LOVE THAT!!!
This is a shot of what is under the Fotostack. I made this arrow embellishment as an afterthought. We got some rub-ons with the kit and I accidentally got some on the top photo when I didn't want it there. To cover it up, I used this arrow form Heidi Swapps Sugar Chic line that I won on her web launch party. Turned out cute though.
I had so many picture of this trip to the coast that I went back to Craft Warehouse and got Heidi's No Limits Files, labels and more of her embellishments. I Taped another file to the one I made in class and went to town. I also used my sewing machine to add a smaller file to the inside. Fun!!!
Use the rest of the Color Magic banner and sprayed it with my Mr. Huey's Water Cooler spray.

What a fun way to scrap!! I love these Memory Files. Can't wait to try more things with them.
Thanx for stopping by and have a great day!!!


  1. Sounds like a fun class and looks like you got a lot done! :)

  2. this is gorgeous. looks like a awesome, fun class!!!

  3. Holy wow! Amazing job- so many fun details!!! Love it!

  4. Great job! I have been wanting to try these files out. TFS

  5. Loving it all! I have some of those polaroid frames from HS and was wondering how to use them- I like how you overlapped them over your photos! Nice idea!

  6. What an absolutely stunning keepsake! I love it! Thanks so much for visiting and commenting on my little project, I really appreciate it :)

  7. your memory file looks so cool ! love the layering