June Mail Call

Thanks to all of you who send us your feedback. It helps us improve each issue of Creating Keepsakes to be what you want. Here are two letters from loyral readers with great suggestions:


This would be helpful...


I look forward to receiving my Creating Keepsakes issue in the mail every month! There are so many great features, I don't even know if I could pick a favourite. I was wondering if it is possible to include the dimensions of photos in your sketches. I really like your new section that shows the outline of sketches but would find it so much more helpful to know what sizes of pictures, etc I am cutting. I have been collecting materials for years but don't often get a chance to use them. I tend to make at least a couple mistakes when trimming. The dimensions would help me to be so much more productive!

Thanks for your time,

-Tara Kinchen, Calgary, Alberta, Canada


What about us?

Dear Creating Keepsakes,

I love your magazine! However, I feel that you have forgotten about a large percentage of the population. What about those of us that are retired, love to scrap but don't have children in our daily life? We are long-distance grandparents. How about some ideas for us?? We hike, kayak, camp, travel and have fur kids (dogs). We lead very active lives, but have no children. The majority of your layouts deal with children and while they are enchanting, I would love to see you branch out a little. Any suggestions for seniors?

-Linda Buss, Hemet, CA



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archived templates
I was browsing the April 2008 issue and found an offer for free digital layered templates by Jen Caputo or scrapbookgraphics.com. Are they still available for free, and where?
Promises, Promises
In the TOC of the June issue it mentions there are 40 additional sketches on the web available for download, however, these sketches are nowhere to be found. A lot of us rely on these sketches to accomplish the majority of our scrapbooking. Please try to avoid getting our hopes up high only to dash them. Thanks
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