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New Story Theme Now Available | Old + New

Say hello to a new Story Theme for my Story subscription program: Old + New.

Because life is a combination of old & new, now & then, and yesterday & today. Because stories that examine the sameness and the differences between our past and our present help us move forward into the future. Because it’s super fun to document stories that contrast old and new - thoughts, clothing, food, relationships, etc. 

If you are already a subscriber to you can now access the content in the classroom (make sure you are logged in to your account). 

If you are new to the Story Subscription program, check out all the details here.

Here's a look at the Story Kit™ contents for Old + New:

One of the things I'm totally loving from the kit this month (besides those chipboard circles + the patch) is this non-gummed pad of 25 who, where, when and why 3x4 pages. 

And the Story Stamp™:

We also have a Digital Story Kit™ subscription available that includes access to the classroom content. Here's a look at what's included for Old + New (which also shows all the designs for the journal cards included in the printed version of the kit): 

Here's a video overview of the products included in the kits this month: 

And a couple peeks at the layouts I created with the kits this month (full details, including process videos and how-to handout, are included with subscription): 

Let's tell stories together!

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2 thoughts

  1. mtercha says…

    Awesome! You knocked it out of the park. Loving the who, what, why pad, intrigued about how to use it. And your first grade photo up next to Anna's, amazing the resemblance. Cute photos both. Michelle t h

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  2. Inkfanatic says…

    I haven't even watched the overview video yet and I'm SUPER EXCITED to get this kit!!! Soooo perfect, for so many stories! We are about to embark on the biggest change in our life (retiring from 'the working world', moving clear across country-in winter, with 3 rambunctious dogs in tow, to live uh-rather primitively possibly, while we turn a piece of raw land into a homestead and work to grow our own food & animals). Soooo, this? Old/New...Then/Now...Past/Present... couldn't BE a more perfect way to document it all! Not to mention that we have 51 yrs worth of past & present, old & new, and then & now to document, lol.
    I might need more than my one kit

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