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Memory Makers Magazine SPECIAL ISSUE Fast & Easy Scrapbooking May 2004 (Building Pages with Simple Shapes) by Debbie Mock
Memory Makers March 2005 by Michele Gerbrandt
Memory Makers, November/December 2008 Issue by Editors of MEMORY MAKERS Magazine
Memory Makers: Premiere Showcase of Creative Scrapbooking: Holiday/Winter 1997 by Memory Makers Magazine
Memory Makers No. 06 Spring 1998 by Michele Gerbrandt06
Memory Makers No. 10 Jan/Feb 1999 by Michele Gerbrandt10
Memory Makers No. 11 Mar/Apr 1999 by Michele Gerbrandt11
Memory Makers No. 12 (May/June)12
Memory Makers No. 13 Jul/Aug 1999 by Michele Gerbrandt13
Memory Makers, No. 14 (Sept/Oct)14
Memory Makers No. 15 Nov/Dec 1999 by Michele Gerbrandt15
Memory Makers Jan/Feb 2000 (#16)16
Memory Makers March/April 2000 (#17)17
Memory Makers May/June 2000 (#18)18
Memory Makers July/Aug 2000 (#19)19
Memory Makers No. 20 Sep/Oct 2000 by Michele Gerbrandt20
Memory Makers No. 22 Jan/Feb 2001 by Michele Gerbrandt22
Memory Makers, no. 22 (January/February 2001)22
Memory Makers March/April 2001 (#23)23
Memory Makers No. 24 May/Jun 2001 by Michele Gerbrandt24
Memory Makers No. 25 Jul/Aug 2001 by Michele Gerbrandt25
Memory Makers No. 26 Sep/Oct 2001 by Michele Gerbrandt26
Memory Makers No. 27 Nov/Dec 2001 by Michele Gerbrandt27
Memory Makers No. 28 Jan/Feb 2002 by Michele Gerbrandt28
Memory Makers No. 29 Mar/Apr 2002 by Michele Gerbrandt29
Memory Makers No. 30 May/Jun 2002 by Staff of Memory Makers30
Memory Makers No. 31 Jul/Aug 2002 by Michele Gerbrandt31
Memory Makers No. 32 Sep/Oct 2002 by Michele Gerbrandt32
Memory Makers No. 33 Nov/Dec 2002 by Michele Gerbrandt33
Memory Makers No. 34 Jan/Feb 2003 by Staff of Memory Makers34
Memory Makers No. 62, Jun 2006 by Staff of Memory Makers62
Memory Makers No. 63, Aug 2006 by Staff of Memory Makers63
Memory Makers No. 64 Sep 2006 by Staff of Memory Makers64
Memory Makers No. 65 Scrapbook Idea Gallery 7 October 2006 by Staff of Memory Makers65
Memory Makers No. 66 Dec 2006 by Staff of Memory Makers66
Memory Makers No. 67 Jan 2007 by Staff of Memory Makers67
Memory Makers No. 68 Feb 2007 by Staff of Memory Makers68

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