A few days ago, MEMORY WORKS starting revealing their new self-produced line for CHA-Winter 2011 {January 29 ~ February 1, 2011}. It’s called “Destinations” and they are sharing peeks of it on the SIMPLE STORIES BLOG!

HERE is the first entry and the first look …

Then TWO DAYS AGO, they decided to start showing off the line ~ woot woot!

So . . . are you excited to see our Destinations collection? I’m very excited to show it to you! The biggest decision is which part to show you today! How about some of the fantastic paper designs! We have been working around the clock for this much-anticipated debut of our new line and thrilled that we can share our collections to the scrapbook world at the CHA Winter 2011in Los Angeles, California on January 29th! We are super excited to showcase our fantastic paper today….did you notice we added 2 more papers to our collection? Instead for 4 with 8 designs, we now feature 6 double-sided paper with 12 designs! PLUS we’ve added an adorable new sticker sheet called Fundamentals stickers – this means they are absolutely fundamental to scrapbook with but also “fun” with our adorable icons (okay WHO LOVES the dotted plane?) LOVE our new additions….how about you? (Jodi with Memory Works)


HERE they also shared some inspiration using the new products … there are lots of pics so just click on ever there to see them.

Sooooo … YESTERDAY, the rest of the “Destination” line was revealed!!! I’m so happy I could spit. Taaaahhh Daaaahhhh!


You can cut these into 4×6 blocks and just pop them into a pocket page protector, or use them on your regular layouts. Use them for page titles, journaling, layering, etc.

If you use them in the divided page protectors, they’re perfect because they’re double-sided. So you get double-duty from them, with both sides showing.

Here are some more sizes, like 6×12 blocks and 2×12 strips. These fit easily in the other page protector configurations we offer in the Multi-Pack page protectors or, again, you can use them however you want on a regular layout. Very versatile.

4×6 TRANSPARENCY PHOTO OVERLAYS {2 of each 3 designs}
* Exclusive to Collection Kit



Here are some sample pages using the “Destinations” line by Simple Stories. These must’ve been done by Amber. So you can see the owners of Memory Works, Amber and Kevin Crowell, and their kids having fun at Disney. Too cute!

So there it is. Be honest … what do you think? If you’re as exciting to order this new line as I am, please make sure you subscribe to my blog. I’ll be posting updates and will make sure to blog when it’s available to order … I hope you’ll place your order through me :)

To subscribe to my blog, sign up to the top right corner. Every time I post to this blog, you’ll get the post in an e-mail. Couldn’t be any easier than that, right? HERE is the place on my MW website where existing Simple Stories items and where I assume “Destination” will eventually be listed …

Man, Memory Works does it again. I am SO thrilled about “Destination” and hope you are, too :)

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  1. avatar
    MichelleGB says:

    Love this new release and can’t wait to be able to order it!

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    Cute new release. I always love to see new travel papers.

  3. avatar

    i am so loving this kit! where do you get this paper?

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    Christy Miller says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE!!! We’re going on a cruise to Alaska in July for our honeymoon and I’ve been waiting to find an amazing line to scrapbook it! This is perfect! I’ll be ordering for sure!

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    Alicia says:

    HI, I just read the article you wrote in October of 2007 about where you think the scrapbooking industry is going and why. You may have spoken of this again since, but I haven’t come across anything and was just wondering if you could give me your opion again, now that it is more than 3 yrs later. Do you personally think things are still going downhill or do you think they have improved…do you see hope now for the industry. The reason I am asking is I am somewhat new to scrapbooking (been scrapping two years) and even newer to the internet scrapbooking world and from what I see it is booming now. I could be wrong, but it seems to be doing very well. Love to hear your opinion. Thanks, Alicia

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    Karen R says:

    Oooh! That is fun stuff! Love it! Love the layouts too.

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    I really like this line. I can see it being used on different layouts then travel. Plus it can be used for male and female layouts.

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    Renee C says:

    This is a REALLY nice travel line. I like the Disney layouts done with it.

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    Erin S says:

    LOVE it! I need all of this. Thanks for sharing!

  10. avatar

    I like it! The colors are great and I like their distictive grungy style.

  11. avatar
    sharla says:

    Awesome line, I’m thinking it’s a must have!!

  12. avatar
    Danielle says:

    This is one line that I will definately be ordering.

  13. avatar

    Gorgeous!! Love the vintage touch it has….amazing!

  14. avatar

    Love it! It is probably my fav MW line so far! Looks like it would be really easy to use it for non-travel pages as well!

  15. avatar
    Theresa Grdina says:

    LOVE this line! I just saw it this morning on Scrapbook Update. I think it is LOVELY!!!!

  16. avatar

    I really like this! Love the touch of grungy but it’s not overly done. Love the colors too!

  17. avatar

    these are beautiful! Love them!

  18. avatar

    I love the softer colors; the paper is so pretty.

  19. avatar

    I always love a good travel line… and this one is great! Love the colors and the feel of it. It could go with so many different kinds of vacations :)

  20. avatar

    I love this! Too bad its not out right now. We are moving cross country in a few weeks and I’m going to scrapbook our trip as we progress using my Instax camera and a kit I’m putting together.

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    Aeryn Kelly says:

    I’m interested, but unfamiliar with the concept. How would I go about getting one of these kits?

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