Wednesday, January 27, 2010

A Post to INSPIRE...a MEMORY BOX keepsake

I originally came across this post on the Whatever Dee Dee Wants Blog. Her blog took me to a link on Martha Stewart featuring Darcy Miller who happens to be the editor for Martha Stewart Weddings. Darcy Miller's Family show was featured in the February issue of Martha and boy oh boy to be in attendance would be such as amazing experience. 

photo coutesy of Whatever Dee Dee wants blog

photo courtest of the

"Darcy Miller, editorial director of Martha Stewart Weddings and an avid chronicler, celebrates life's meaningful moments and turns them into charming keepsakes."

Charming is right, take a look for yourself....Below are some of my favourite memory boxes.

I was even inspired to create my very own memory box for my daughter. This past summer I took my little girl to the beach I spent every summer going to while growing up. I decided to frame her little bikini along with a picture of the beach bum herself catching some rays. It's surely a day I never want to forget so what better way to capture it forever than in a memory frame. The frame will be hung in Ashtyn's bathroom tomorrow. Wonderful!!

To see the rest of Darcy Miller's memory boxes click here. But beware you too will be heading to the store to purchase a memory frame.....Have fun!!


  1. What a sweet idea! I love the little bikini. You're right I can't wait to make one.


  2. I've always wanted to do memory boxes, but never had visual inspiration - until now! Thank you!

  3. How cute. That will be a life long keepsake for your daughter.

  4. Your memory box is too cute! Love that tiny bikini!

  5. Those are great...really wonderful ways to keep memory! Yours is adorable.

  6. I just put your button on my blog!
    Thanks again for sharing all your great ideas!

  7. Hi, popped over from Top Mommy blogs to say hi! Love that little bikini, those memory boxes are really cool. Thanks for sharing a great idea!

  8. Your creations are so cute! I love your memory box! So summery!

  9. I love love your memory box. And the post title is totally apt, I am inspired. Thanks for sharing and I am a new follower.

  10. Thank you so much for creating a site to make memory boxes. I been wanting to do them for a long time, but needed visual help, so again Thank You

  11. hey friends, So cute children and beautiful site!! That blog is so interesting. I just hope that over time you continue maintaining the same quality, and most of the same passion at the time of writing. Keep on writing this type of great stuff.


Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.

Related Posts with Thumbnails