H! Ria here today with the winners of our July Sketch Challenge and Gallery Giveaway. We want to thank all who joined us for the challenge and to everyone who shared their projects on the gallery. We love to see how the kits come to life. Congrats to Stephie Boots, our sketch challenge winner and Annau, the winner of our July Gallery Giveaway. Please contacts us at firstname.lastname@example.org for your prizes.
August reveal is almost here, and look for a new sketch challenge coming your way next week.
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Hi all! Brenda here with something a little different. For this week I have an 8 1/2 by 11 page. I used the same Everyday Life kits and had a little fun with the cards, papers and elements.
These photos are from last summer when we took our RV through Texas and visited two of the most amazing beaches. This was the first time the kids had seen the ocean. They were completely in awe and never wanted to leave.
Don't you just love those tiny alphas? The color is my favorite so I have a feeling they will be used a lot.
All these amazing little bits from the Main Everyday Life and Details add-on really make this page. I adore the stars that were in the details add-on are probably my fave from these kits. I used them on two pages this month.
What are you creating this summer? I know I will be making many more pages like this. I see lots of adventures in our near future.
Have a wonderful day,
Hi, Sandrine here today to share a spread made with the July Everyday Life Kit and especially the exclusive Paper Camellia supplies. The cards have a very softy touch (yes I like the paper contact) and I love their modern design. No matter how I mixed and matched, the cards and the acrylics are coordinated and I created my spread very quickly.
How are you using your July Everyday Life kit?
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Hello, It’s Veera. When I was going through the papers from the July main scrapbook kit I just loved the look of the ”Tribal” paper from Crate Paper. In fact I loved it so much that I instantly started thinking about how I could get the most out of this paper so that I can use it in several layouts. My solution was to cut the paper and create a similar pattern to a white cardstock.
To secure the pattern I sewed down the papers. I think it added a nice texture and feel to this layout.
As the pattern was so bold I tried to be practical with the embellishments. I added majority of the embellishments near the picture and title. I also added few chipboard feathers tone on tone with the papers.
What is your favorite paper from the July kits?
Hello there! Today I want to talk to you briefly about something I've found myself doing a little more of lately.. cutting up patterned paper. Sometimes fussy cutting one of your favorite patterns makes for a cool textured background. For this page I cut out each section by color. After arranging them off-center on the page I decided stitching would be an awesome final touch.
The arrow-like positioning of the paper and embellishments lead the eye right to the photo... and that lovely wood veneer word, which I just happened to paint glitter gold, and now just happens to be my title.