Memory Lane Bay City


Memory Lane ScrapBooking Superstore821 Washington
Bay City, MI 48708
Phone: (989) 894-7973

Over 5,000 sq. ft. Of Everything You Need To Fuel Your Scrapbooking Creativity!

The latest top quality Scrapbooking products from over 90 manufacturers.
A Workshop—Class Room area that will fuel your creativity and will allow you to have the best Scrapbooking fun time, you ever had!

Classes galore that will teach you the best and latest techniques to help you create your Masterpiece. scrap booking superstore   If you are just getting started, Memory Lane has KropBox Kits available at a discount for $49.99. The Kits include: Fiskar’s 12″ personal trimmer, Cutter Bee Scissors, Hermafix Tab Adhesive Dispenser, and a Black ZIG Marker.



Scrap Book University

Memory Lane is proud to announce that we are offering an exciting new educational program called Scrapbook Design University by EK Success.  We recently returned from EK Success’ two day SDU training and Certified Amy Miller and Cathy Krueger as SDU Instructors. We have a new class line-up along with tons of new information and techniques.

SDU is an educational program designed to teach beginner through advanced scrapbookers basic scrapbook theories and principles. There are 10 classes in the coursework of SDU. The first five classes are theory classes … Read the rest

How to create my albums

I thought that i would create some albums in my SG gallery and so I went to the “How to create albums” and it says to go to “my controls” or “my albums” but i can’t for the life of me find those. Can anyone tell me how to get to them please? I’m sure they re obvious as but I just can’t see them. :blush:  … Read the rest

March Journaling Challenge – Childhood

March Journaling Challenge – Childhood
by Jenifer Juris

This month we are celebrating all of the many aspects of childhood. We hope you’ll join us for this fun challenge topic!

Prompt: Childhood

Share with us something to do with childhood. It can be about your own or someone else’s. It can be about something personal, like a memory or experience or it can be about a favorite toy or place. It can be as broad as you like and be about the nature of children or it can be about something specific to you. Just remember, photos aren’t required and feel free to share only what you’re comfortable with.

Things to Ponder:

  • Facts: Age, Name of Person (You or Someone else), Date(s), etc.
  • Feelings: How does this thing about childhood make you feel?
  • Focus: What’s the one thing about this memory you want to make sure you share?

Thinking about these things can help you recall memories and share a more polished story. Spend as little or as much time jotting things down as you like. Most importantly, have fun sharing about yourself, because your story matters.

Challenge Requirements:

  • The only requirement is that your project must include some form
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Quick Sticker Title

Quick Sticker Title
by Jen White

Make a title pop off the page by turning it into a sticker with a super fast style.

The Problem

I am wanting to add a title to my scrapbook page in a super-cool brush script font. But, as you can see in the screenshot below, the title is blending in and I cannot really see it on my page.

A Bad Solution

With a brush script font like this, it’s never an option to add a drop shadow or bevel or glow.

A Good Solution

I will turn the title into a stylish sticker by applying a multi-part style.

Step One: Create a Workspace

  • Create a new 12×12 inch document (File > New > Blank File) at 300 ppi with a white background. (PS: Choose File > New.)

I will be demonstrating this technique on a scrapbook page I already have started.

Step Two: Type a Word

  • Get the Horizontal Type tool.
  • In the Tool Options, open the Font Picker and choose a font. I’m using Maxim Regular by Vera Kudryashova.
  • Set the Size to 155 pts.
  • Click on the Color Chip, then double click on the Darker Cool Brown swatch from the
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Photo storage

Hi!! I use an iMac……my question is where do you store all of your finished layouts??? So far I have them in My Pictures but as you know those files are huge!! I use IPhoto for regular pictures….thought about storing them in ICloud but that’s kind of scary….don’t know about an outside source. I use IIphoto to store all of my kits in a separate library….I have passport and use Time can go back to recover files.… Read the rest

February Journaling Challenge – Someone You Love

February Journaling Challenge – Someone You Love
by Jenifer Juris

Let’s celebrate February, the love month, by honoring those we care about. Join us in journaling about someone you love.

Prompt: Someone You Love

Who is someone you love? We want to read about them. It can be anyone from a spouse, to a special friend, to a person you cared about who has passed on.

Things to ponder:

  • Facts: Their name, their relationship to you, their character traits, details you love about them, physical attributes, etc.
  • Feelings: How does this person make you feel? How has the relationship impacted your life?
  • Focus: What’s the main thing you want to share about this person?

Thinking about these things can help you recall memories and share a more polished story. Spend as little or as much time jotting things down as you like. Most importantly, have fun sharing about yourself, because your story matters.

Challenge Requirements:

  • The only requirement is that your project must include some form of journaling that has to do with this month’s prompt. For 6 alternative journaling ideas, read Journaling With Style by Jenifer Juris.
  • Photos are NOT required, but they can help tell a story if
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Cutting Corners

Cutting Corners
by Jen White

Utilize the Intersect setting of the Shape tools to achieve the look of one rounded corner on a photo mask.

Step One: Prepare Your Workspace

  • Create a new 12 x 12 inch document (File > New > Blank File) at 300 ppi with a white background.
  • Press the letter D to reset the Color Chips to black over white.

Step Two: Create a Rectangle

  • Get the Rectangle tool. It is nested with the shape tools.

Photoshop Elements:

  • In the Tool Options, set the Style to None and the Geometry Settings to Unconstrained. Click on the Create New Shape Layer icon.

Adobe Photoshop:

  • In the Tool Options, set the Tool Mode to Shape. The Fill should be a Solid Color and the Stroke should be None. Open the Path Operations and choose New Layer. Open the Tool Settings and choose Unconstrained.


  • On the document, click and drag to create a rectangle.

Note: This images has been zoomed in to show more detail.

Step Three: Intersect with the Rounded Rectangle Tool

I am wanting to rounded only one corner of my shape.

  • Get the Rounded Rectangle tool.

Photoshop Elements:

  • In the Tool Options, set the Radius
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Home Centerpieces: How They’re Possible with Super Glue

The key to designing a room or decorating any space is how you tie it together. Accents, negative space, and varying color palettes all function together to bring aesthetic wholeness to your living space. Naturally, the heart of any room is the centerpiece. A thoughtfully placed flower arrangement or candle layout can instantly gift your dining room with added personality and charm, but why spend your money on centerpieces you can’t change when you can make your own for a fraction of the cost?

Dish Centerpiece Decoration

Dish Centerpiece Decoration

These DIY centerpieces utilize both household items and inexpensive accessories to create eye catching enhancements to your living room, dining room, or kitchen. With a little bit of Super Glue and some creativity, you can get crafting and create something you’re proud to show off.

Flower Ball Bouquet

Great for end tables or shelf decorations, these petite bouquet ornaments are easy to make and look beautiful. Gather these materials:

  • Zap-O Foam Safe CA
  • Foam Safe Kicker
  • Artificial, silk flowers
  • Candle holder
  • Ribbon
  • Styrofoam ball (toy whiffle balls work great as well!)

Begin by separating your flowers, cutting the stems down to an appropriate size. Once all the flowers are cut, trace the rim … Read the rest

Shedding Light on the Winter Months with Super Glue

Summer is long gone, fall is behind us, and winter has once again taken over with cold days and chilly nights. While there’s nothing more fun than going out with friends or taking a family vacation, there is something about these winter weeks that just begs us to stay inside and simply get cozy.

Candles not only make an easy accent to any shelf or table, but lend themselves beautifully to personalization. With a virtually endless choice of size, shape, and color, DIY candle holders are the perfect homemade project for those looking for a cheap and charming addition to their home. Why be confined to cuddling up by the fire when you can spread the warmth?





Gettin’ Twiggy With It

Golden leaves, crisp air, and amber-tinted evenings are perfect excuses to break out the crafting supplies and make use of some surrounding nature. With just an inexpensive small candle and some twigs from the yard, bring some rustic personality to your mantle or end table. These unique accents will bring some of the great outdoors inside to keep you cozy for those long, chilly winter nights.

Gather these materials before you begin:

  • Glass jar candles
  • Super
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New Year Repair Resolutions with Super Glue

With the New Year upon us, it’s once again time to compile your annual list of things to improve on. A new start often brings with it promises of going back to the gym; laying off certain foods; or dropping any nagging, bad habits. What many people don’t think about are the small fixes around the house that need attention.

These repairs are all too often neglected because they’re not always noticeable, and the excuse “I’ll get around to it eventually” is just too easy to make. If there was ever a time to get around to it, it’s the New Year. Start 2017 by getting your hands dirty and putting your Super Glue to good use, because the best resolutions are the ones which truly make you feel accomplished.

blue coffee mug with broken handle

blue coffee mug with broken handle

Add some of these easy home repairs to the top of your New Year’s resolution list and get fixing!

Broken dishware


If you’re anything like me, you have your go-to mug. No longer do you have to send your favorite broken mug to the ceramic cemetery. Dishwasher Safe Super Glue is made for these exact repairs. Bonding instantly and crystal clear, this adhesive … Read the rest