CTMH Spring/Summer Deal!

I hope everyone had a fantastic Monday! This weekend I decided to do something exciting and fun besides celebrating Easter with my family. I decided to join Close To My Heart! I absolutely love their products and when I heard about their amazing deal for this month I figured this was the best time to join!

The deal this month is that you get the entire consultant kit plus one of their Cricut Bundles for only $99! This is an amazing deal as the Cricut Bundles alone are $99. Now when you add the consultant kit to a Cricut Bundle you end up getting a ton of great product for a wonderful price. Here are some of the reasons why I decided to join Close To My Heart this month.

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  • Spring/Summer Consultant Kit is only $99 plus shipping and tax (about $124)
  • It includes over $300 worth of “real” product…inks, multiple stamp sets, 3 acrylic blocks, stamp cleaner and scrubber, several embellishment packs, trim, adhesive, liquid glass, inking sponge,printed chipboard, 2 design books and more
  • PLUS your choice of 1 CTMH Cricut Cartridge Bundle: ART PHILOSOPHY, ARTISTE OR ARTBOOKING that includes 3 matching stamp sets and 2 sheets of white chipboard embellishments
  • You do NOT have a quota for April, May, June so enjoy your kit, start showing friends and family the products and see if you have people interested in ordering from you as a CTMH Consultant
  • If you or anyone wants to order they can do so online through your free CTMH website that you get when you join and product ships directly to them so you don’t even have to deliver anything …remember you get a 22% on all orders placed including your own.
  • If you want to continue being a Consultant you have a $300 quota each quarter to meet…your first quarter is July, August, September (that’s only $100 a month and easy to do if you try).
  • If you don’t sell $300 total for July, August and September then at end of September you stop being a consultant automatically and get to keep all your kit …

These are some of the reasons why I decided to become a consultant for CTMH! This is why you should join my team and become a CTMH consultant and if these reasons don’t make you want to become a part of my team I have a few more reasons for you!

For being a member of my CTMH team you will also have these opportunities!

  • You will receive a free “Whisper to Go” that’s a project pdf instructions for the cartridge you selected when you join (courtesy of Cara Miller)
  • You will receive a free monthly exclusive project pdf with color photos and detailed instruction for a different project designed by me using one of the CTHM Cricut Cartridges including a CCR file.
  • You get access to our private CTMH Team Facebook group to learn more tips and techniques using your CTMH products OR help growing your own CTMH team
  • You will be able to enter a monthly drawing for a PRIZE in our private CTMH Facebook group

Here is the sad news you only have until April 30th to get this awesome consultant kit plus the Cricut Cartridge Bundle! These Cricut cartridges come with over 750 images and are AMAZING! All you have to do is go to www.bethsoler.ctmh.com and click on opportunities then you click on be a consultant. The whole process only takes you about 5 minutes and before you can blink an eye you will have confirmation that you are now a part of my CTMH team!

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Project Life & a Baby Part 2

I am still playing catch up with my Project Life. The one for the baby and the one for the family album are still behind. I have to admit though I really am enjoying project life. Dropping photos into those pockets makes life a whole lot easier instead of trying to scrap all these photos on 12×12 layouts. I still haven’t quite figured out a schedule yet to ensure that I have time each week to work on my photos but I am getting better!

I think by the time the baby is a little older I will manage to find time on a more regular basis to get my photos edited and sent off to Shutterfly for printing. The digital project life that I am working on for the baby is a little easier to get done but I am still learning Photoshop Elements so it does take me some time to get the layouts completed.

I have managed to get quite a few more pages done this week and I wanted to share some of them with you.

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For those of you that are interested this is the Project Life kit that I am using for the baby’s album only I am using it in the digital format!

Are you behind on your project life albums for this year? If you are what are doing to catch up?


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Project Life and a Baby!

I did it! I had another baby, he’s almost two months now and just as with my other children I can’t imagine my life without him. Times have changed though in the scrapbooking world since I had my other two children and I am lot busier now then I used to be for some reason.

I decided that since I am a mother of three now that I was going to create a project life album as the baby’s 1st year album as well as complete a project life album for the family this year. I think I might be a little crazy but I am hoping to be able to catch up with both albums by the end of this month.

I think I completely under estimated how much time I would really have while being home and taking care of a newborn!

I have managed to complete the month of January for the baby’s album and for our family project life album. There are some things that I find a little more complicated with project life.

The baby’s project life album I am working on is digital so it is a little easier than the actual family album in that I don’t have to put the photos into the sizes that I want to print them. I find it very time-consuming going through the photos and putting the photos that I want to be 3×4 size in a template to print.

I do love the ease of throwing these photos in the album though! I think once I learn to set aside time each week and I am all caught up that sorting and printing photos will be much easier for me but until then I am playing catch up since I have not learned to set up time each week to go through the thousands of photos that I take each day.

I am working on getting on some type of schedule for my photos which I have come to find is very important if you are going to tackle a project life album. With all that being said I am finding that I really enjoy pocket page scrapbooking and I enjoy mixing it up by adding 12×12 layouts to the mix for those photos that I feel really deserve to be honored on a 12×12 layout.

I wanted to share with you a few pages that I have completed for the baby’s album so far. I have to admit that I really love the ease of creating his album digitally considering I take about 50 thousand pictures a day of him!

For the family project life album I have decided to primarily use the Kraft Edition kit and I think I will be adding some stuff from the 5th and frolic kit.




Have you attempted Project Life yet?


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