Hey everyone! Cathy here! I am going to show you some fun and colorful Everyday Life cards that I pulled out of the kit. I went with the pastel colors for this weeks layout!
This die cut was so cute! I decided to leave it white since it stood out much better!
The wood phrases are so adorable aren't they?
I cut up the Wonderful die cut from the Teresa Collins packet - it just made it look more dimensional!
How cute are those black alphas? I need about 500 more sheets of those!
Don't you just love the die cut accents?
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Week 29 was delightful! I decided to use the red, black and green color scheme this week from our Everyday Life Kit!
The die cuts are so cute to just layer on and make its own card!
The colors this month are so vivid and bold - they are great for the fall/autumn color schemes - even though this is a summer week I am scrapping. I'm a tad bit behind!
Teresa Collins adorable die cuts go perfectly with this month's color schemes. I am obsessed with those little titles! And Lady Gaga concert was amazing!
Well I hope you enjoyed Week 29!
I wanted to pop in and announce the winner of our November Everyday Life kit, which is amazing!!!
Congrats to Melanie S. who left this comment:
Melanie, please email Ria at email@example.com to claim your prize. Congratulations!
Hi everyone! Laurie here today with my interpretation of the awesome November sketch
. I've been playing around a lot with 8.5 x 11 scrapping this month, and decided to interpret the sketch in that size with my layout. I think it turned out pretty cute!
I made my notched banner details with gold paint pend and black zig marker, then cut smaller flags out of patterned paper scraps and tucked them in behind that super cute camera paper. I am loving those embossed gold stickers. I'm loving the entire Open Book collection, honestly. I love that so many pieces came in the kit this month. So cute!
I tied some bakers twine to the top of the exclamation point paper clip to make a little tassel clip instead. I like the challenge of using supplies in unexpected ways, and that clip was calling to be transformed. And, of course, every pages needs a little bit of doodling on it! Stars and gold dots are just perfect here.
If you haven't entered the sketch challenge, there is still time. It's a great sketch and I know you'll have fun with it. I sure did!
When I saw this sticker on the sticker sheet, I knew exactly what I'd use it for. I thank God every day for sending me Davis. No matter how hard it was to go back and have a baby after my kids were so much older, he has been such a blessing. I never knew how badly I needed him. I based this layout on the monthly sketch at Paper Issues. You can check it out here.
Here are some closeups. I just had to get that squirrel on there some where.
I have to say that she is probably one of my very favorite designers out there. Her work always speaks to me, and we are thrilled to have her joining us this month. Say hello to Maggie Holmes and be prepared to be WOWED by her gorgeous work.
First up is this layout she created, and I have to say there's so much about this that I just LOVE. She layers like nobody's business, and her stitching is always so perfect.
Next up is this card, I love how she added texture by crimping up; the edges of the paper, it's the perfect touch.
Thank you so much, Maggie, for taking the time to create some gorgeous projects using our main kit. How would you like to win a kit for yourself? We would like to give away one of our Everyday Life kits right here on the blog.
All you need to do is leave a comment here and sign up for our newsletter. If you already get our newsletter just mention it in the comments and you'll still be entered to win. Comment by Thursday night and we'll announce the winner here on the blog Friday. Good luck!
There just might be another chance to win our main kit over on Maggie's blog, so make sure to stop by her blog and check it out.
Hi, Janice here today to share a spread with you made with the November Everyday Life Kit. I love that all the items in the November Everyday Life kit are color coordinated with an autumn feel. No matter how I mixed and matched, the pages are soothing to the eye and look as if they were made with accessories from the same company and designer.
How are you using your November Everyday Life kit?
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