Let's Have an Adventure

Posted on July 25, 2014 by | 0 Comments

Hello everyone! Jennifer here to share a layout I created based on Kristine Davidson's fun sketch using the July Main and Add-On kits! I loved creating with the bright colors and patterns of this month's kit! The travel-themed papers and embellishments have been
fun to create with!

 I layered different sized circles around my photo, as well as used die cut stars cut from my Silhouette. You can see one of the Travel Wood Nickels from Jillibean Soup that comes in the Add-On kit. These are a cute addition to your pages!

 ​I also added one of the Freckled Fawn arrow clips to my photo! I love adding these....what a great accent! You receive three of the Arrow Clips in the Main Kit!

 For my title, I used My Mind's Eye's Light Wood patterned paper and AC Fireberry Thickers. I used a portion of a cut file from the Silhouette shop. 

 

Here, I added a sentiment from the Jillbean Soup Sightseeing Stickers along with a Travel Sprinkle and a My Mind's Eye Wood Arrow. One of the wonderful things about Paper Camellia's kits is that there is never a shortage of cute and fun embellishments!

 

Thanks for stopping by today! Be sure to link up your own layout for our sketch challenge for a chance to win $10.00 toward your next Paper Camellia purchase. Just upload your layout based on this month's sketch to our Community gallery HERE. Challenge winner will be drawn at random from all entries on July 28th, 2014 10am PST.
Have a great day!



Posted in Jennifer Haggerty, July 2014 Kits, Sketch Challenge

Everyday Life with Janice

Posted on July 24, 2014 by | 0 Comments

Hi, it's Janice here on the blog today. It seems that Paper Camellia's kits only get better and better each month. After I finish creating spreads, I think, "That was the best kit ever!" Then the next kit arrives and I'm impressed all over again.


After I look through everything in my PC box that has just arrived, I usually look at all my photos from the current month. The fun part is matching accessories and paper in the kit to pictures I've taken.

In the end, it all seems to work together so well.

And best of all, I have fun playing and being creative.

Thanks for visiting today!

Posted in Everyday Life Kit, Janice Matsunaga, July 2014 Kits

Let's Escape

Posted on July 23, 2014 by | 0 Comments

I've officially used up every last bit of my Everyday Life kit. I pulled these cards out early on knowing that I had a little overnight road trip and getaway planned with my husband. They fit the theme perfectly. This layout came together in less than 30 minutes. All I had to do was place the cards, layer on the last of my kit embellishments and adhere photos and a couple of journal strips. Then I sewed between the cards for a nice finishing touch and added some stickers and a stamp that I had in my stash. So quick and easy thanks to the kit. It's cool that we went on this mini-trip just last weekend and I already have it scrapped!

Thanks for stopping by the blog today, and keep using up every last bit of those kits!

Elizabeth

Posted in Elizabeth Gardner, Everyday Life Kit, July 2014 Kits

Everyday Life with Cathy Vee

Posted on July 22, 2014 by | 0 Comments

Hi everyone! Cathy here and I am simply loving the vintage and romantic feel of the July Everyday Life kit! I decided to do a recent trip to Los Angeles.

I am a huge sucker for round punches. In all shapes and sizes, this one was used to make layered pieces for journaling.

I like to designated one specific card as my weekly card. Its great for slow weeks too!

Don't be afraid to layer! Look at Baby Jack looking at me.

I layered the cork polaroids over some scrap paper and created my own scrap page on the tiny 4x6.

I use Staz On ink and Slick Writers to write on the corks!

The lined pattern paper worked great for journaling.

My final page! Thanks for reading along!

Cathy

Posted in Cathy Vee, Everyday Life Kit, July 2014 Kits

R & R

Posted on July 19, 2014 by | 0 Comments

Hi there! It is Malika back on the blog today. I am really enjoying working with the July kit and I hope that you are too! I love that it has a travel/ summery feel to it, yet doesn’t have to be used for that at all. In fact, most of my layouts from this kit have not been travel themed. Here is one of my non travel themed layouts:


I am still in love with that bottle cap paper from Crate Paper and I am finding every way possible to use it! It makes a great border for the top or bottom of a page.

Pairing a photo and a journaling card side by side is a nice and easy way to start a layout. Layer your favorite patterned paper behind your photo and journaling card and then embellish!

On most of my layouts, you will find clusters of embellishments. Don’t be afraid to layer or group embellishments together, it is usually quite pleasing to the eye! And really, you can’t go wrong when you are working with a kit!

Working with a kit, where the papers and embellishments are pre picked has been an awesome challenge. I look forward to working with the Paper Camellia kit each month. Make it your own! Use the kit in ways that work for you… and feel confident that the pieces all work together!

Posted in July 2014 Kits, Malika Kelly

August Sneak Peeks!

Posted on July 17, 2014 by | 1 Comment

Hello Paper Camellia friends!  Ria here today with some sneak peeks at our August kits. 

The August kits were inspired by the light, happy, and relaxing feeling of a day by the shore. Sand, surf and sky are all reflected in the breezy colors in these collections. Blues and naturals are accented with shades of coral, touches of gold and sparkle! 

August Main Scrapbook Kit Sneak Peek

August Everyday Life Kit Sneak Peek

August Add-On Sneak Peek

Look for the full reveal on August 1st! 

Thank you for visiting today!

Posted in August 2014 Kits

Everyday Life kits & Traditional layouts

Posted on July 16, 2014 by | 1 Comment

Hi! Ria on the blog today with some fun traditional layouts using our Everyday Life pocket page kits. Our Everyday Life kits are packed with cards and embellishments, so it's very likely there are extra cards, pattern papers and embellishments to work with after you are done with several pocket pages.  The scale of the products in the pocket page kit make for some fast and easy traditional pages. Our design team created some great examples...

Here is a lovely layout by one of new design team members, Elizabeth Gardner. 

The 6x6 papers are a perfect scale for layering, and I just love the way 3x4 cards look as an embellishment on a 12x12 page. 

Another great take on a traditional layout using the Everyday Life pocket page kit. This one by Jen Ritchie has a clean and crisp look that draws you right in. 

Thanks for visiting the blog today!

Posted in Elizabeth Gardner, Everyday Life Pocket Page, Jen Ritchie, July 2014 Kits

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