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Family Christmas Portrait

Designer: audosborne
Tags: family, red, green, Christmas, audosborne
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I think this picture was taken last year at Christmas, but I just got it. This is my grandson and his family.

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BeachScraper, at 02:15PM on Saturday December 06, 2008
I love the Christmas mouse, this too is a really nice LO. The kids are so cute, what fun having such joy of grandchildren and great grandchildren. Where is the kit from?
audosborne, at 03:29PM on Saturday December 06, 2008
Thanks Marilyn. I used elements from several differentkits but the mice and tree are from a kit called Merry Christmouse. I'm not sure where I found it and there were not TOUS with it. I tried to search for it but couldn't find it but I did find a website where you can purchase the clipart for 2 dollars. It is Also check out They have a 14 part kit called Charming X-mas that has some cute things in it.
fivestarpromos, at 06:40PM on Sunday December 07, 2008
I went to these two sites you reference and they have great kits/pages. Can you explain how to make them available for Memory Mixer after I have downloaded something from their site?
scottygal, at 12:53PM on Monday December 08, 2008
Eye-catching LO thank you for sharing it and your extended family photo! I just read a blurb in the quick start guide about adding other content and thought i would include it below for fivestarpromos: Creatingating Paper Strips Click on the â??add photoâ? icon. This lets you bring in a photo or other jpeg file (like a paper) and re-size it as you decide. Click on â??My Computer Local Disk (C)â? and select â??Program Files.â? From there, choose MemoryMixer and click â??Objects,â? then â??Backgrounds.â? Hit enter and resize as desired. To cut your paper into a shape, choose the shape menu on the right hand side of the screen. Find the â??photo shapesâ? drop-down menu and select your shape. Re-sizing is easy by clicking and dragging on the edges of the shape. Using Other Digitaligital Elements To use other digital scrapbooking supplies on your computer, bring them in as a jpeg using the â??insert photoâ? icon as described above. Using Scanned Memorabilia Nothing makes a scrapbook personal like memorabilia. Using your home scanner, add marriage certificateâ??s, childrenâ??s drawings, etc. Simply scan in the item and save it to your desktop. Click on the â??insert a photoâ? icon and follow the same directions as listed above. Add Photo" (This was via the hyperlink on MM's home page.)
audosborne, at 04:09PM on Monday December 08, 2008
I couldn't have said it better myself:) Thanks!
Lorimo, at 12:38AM on Thursday December 11, 2008
Beautiful, love the photo, colors and elements you used. :)
kbear, at 03:53PM on Saturday January 03, 2009
Love the Christmas mice, they set the LO off nicely. They holly background paper looks cute too! Love it!

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