Thursday, December 10, 2020


Hello friends, today I'm sharing some Memorydex cards using a whole lot of Doodlebug Night Before Christmas cuteness! I'm pretty new to the Memorydex system (even though it's been around a while). I thought Doodlebug and December would be the perfect place to start. I'm always up for playing around with new ways to make something fun with pretty paper, stickers, die cuts etc.  I usually do a December memories album, but this might just take the place of that project this year.   

Here's a look at the nine cards I have created so far.  I plan to use the cards to write down short memories and attach 2x3 photos to the back of the cards.  

I cut each card base with different shaped memorydex card dies and several pattern papers. The fun part is all the lovely layering!  
I used Shaped Sprinkles, Mini Jewels, Doodle Pops, Icon Stickers, Odds and Ends and Chit Chat die cuts as well as sentiments from the This & That sticker sheet. I got a lot of practice with paper piecing and layering lots of elements together. The more dimension the better! 

Each card gives me a prompt for memories I want to capture on the back, for example one of our family traditions is wearing new PJ's on Christmas Eve. And even though my kids are older, we still leave cookies and milk out for Santa.  

Ok, I think I'm hooked onto the Memorydex concept!  What a fun way to document stories, hold photos, write quick memories, store Holiday recipes and display the wonderful art of papercrafting!  Thanks for joining me today.  Happy crafting, friends! 
 Doodlebug Products Used:
Night Before Christmas Collection
12x12 & 6x6 Paper Pack
Doodle Pops
Odds and Ends & Chit Chat Die Cuts
This and That Sticker Sheet  & Icon Stickers
Shape Sprinkles 
Mini Jewels 
 Other Products Used: 
Memorydex Holder & Dies
Foam & Liquid Adhesive


  1. Adorable memorydex cards
    Have a great day!

  2. Completely adorable!!! 💕 What company makes the stitched memorydex dies?

  3. I to want to know where you get the memorydex dies!

  4. Love these cards. Could you share as to where you got the stitched dies with the keyhole from or was it cut on a cricut or cameo. Again thanks for the share.

  5. Pure joy to see all of the Doodlepops and papers per card!! Seemly gorgeous!!


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