Hi everyone! It's Cathy again! It is so weird for me to do summer layouts in the winter time! Even though, don't be jealous, Las Vegas is about 70 degrees in the middle of December. I know - poor me! So yesterday I showed you a layout where I pulled all the lighter, feminine colors out of. Today, I did week 34 with the more masculine colors.
Here's the right side:
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Both sides are Design A. My favorite Project Life sleeve configuration. Here are some close ups!
I love layering thickers over tags!
How about layering a scrap paper underneath that adorable die cut card?
Eeeek! I died when I saw that cute paper clip. I am a huge planner fanatic and it took a lot out of me to not use it for my planner!
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Hi! Ria on the blog today. I can't believe that Fall is almost here. This is my favorite time of year...I love the changes that autumn brings along with the wonderful traditions that come with this time of year. And as we are getting ready to reveal our September kits on the 1st, I wanted to share a few more projects that our design team created with the August kits.
Cathy Vee from our Everyday Life DT has a clean graphic style and it's displayed well in this pocket page layout.
Love these wood veneer words from Freckled Fawn. The scale of these is just perfect for pocket pages.
One of the most versatile embellishments has been the Heidi Swapp Glitter words...they work on both traditional layouts and pocket pages, with just the right amount of sparkle. The pack of Heidi Swapp glitter phrases can be found in our August Add-on kit, or can be purchased individually in our shop.
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How adorbs is the pink and green combo? I am a true fan of this months kit! It reminds me of a nice indie, whimsical cottage. This week was all about travel and my trip to Los Angeles for a Dodgers game I hosted while in Southern Cali.
The square letters are perfect for titling. If you have the patience, you can journal with them. But I decided to stack them as titles in a scrabble-tile like format.
The journal cards in the center, I just used the same continuous photos to keep the page pretty simple. I used an old vintage typewriter and started journaling then labeled it on the photos. I would suggest investing in a great typewriter. Mine is by Smith-Corona who still has ribbons out today!
There goes the journaling on strips again. It just adds a nice tough to the entire page with corresponding colors.
What do you think about the Freckled Fawn paper clips? Me -- I personally love them! Especially to clip photos down to a card!
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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!