Hello friends! Jennifer here to share another layout I created with the December Main Kit! This kit has many papers and embellishments from Maggie Holmes' Shine collection which is one of my favorites! I am loving the fun colors of this kit!
I used one of the Shine Glitter Word Thickers for my title. I also added a cute gold pennant sticker also from Shine.
One of the best embellishments of this kit is the full package of wood veneer shapes/words from Shine! I used this cute wood frame with patterned paper and more stickers from Crate Paper! Also included in the kit is a full sheet of letter stickers from Elle's Studio!
I used a cut file from The Cut Shoppe and backed each row with different patterns from the kit. Also you can see more of the cute stickers from Shine, as well as another wood veneer shape.
The 6x12 sheet of Shine stickers have much to choose from! I am loving the pennant stickers as well as the many sentiments!
Thank you for stopping by today! It's been an honor to design for Paper Camellia! I am going to to truly miss these great kits!
Hi, It’s Veera here to show you my last layout with December kits. I really liked the gold glitter details and wanted to use a lot of them in my layout.
I placed the paper vertically to balance the horizontal line that the photo, title and the embellishment create.
To add a pop of color to the layout I used the stickers with hot pink. I wanted the gold and the glitter to be the main embellishment but a hint of bright pink added more interest to the layout.
I hope that you are enjoying your December kits as much as I have!
Hello, it’s Veera. Lately I’ve been using a lot of geometric shapes and I just fell in love with the ”Dazzle” paper from Maggie Holmes! Those triangles had to be used!
As the triangle pattern is a bit busy I used white space to balance the layout. As my embellishments I used the stickers from Shine collection. The glitter word thickers are great as you don’t need to place them on a straight line.
Are you a fan of geometric shapes?
Hi everyone, I wanted to share the layout I created using the December Main kit. These kits are definitely some of my favorites, and I loved the page I created of my son's selfies he posted to my phone.
Here are some closeups.
I love the fun colors in this kit, along with the great embellishments. Thanks for visiting the blog today!
Mary-Ann here, bright and early to share my next layout with you for the busy month of December! I created this layout with the left over papers from my reveal layout. Go HERE to see that post. On that layout, I used all of the blues, greens and grays from the Crate Paper piece, Dazzle. I took the left over triangles and created the circle for this layout. I also used the sketch challenge for this month for inspiration. I hope you will keep checking back often to see what our DT has in store for you this month.
I couldn't wait to scrap these pictures of my little guy enjoying his "peeps pop" Easter morning. The soft colors in the April kit really balanced out the bright colors of the peeps, and the pops of black were just what I wanted. Here's my layout.
I used one of the sayings from Maggie Holme's Ephemera pack (I trimmed out just the word sweet) along with some cut files from The Cut Shoppe for my title. Here's a closeup.
Have a great Friday!
I love when a kit gets you so inspired you barely have all the items out of the package and you can see a layout coming together in your head.
That was the case with this page I created using the April kit
. I knew as soon as I saw those leaf die cuts how I was going to use them. The rest of the design just fell into place once I had them down on the page.
The Maggie Holmes chipboard sheets are so fun, with varying patterns and coordinating colours. I just had to incorporate a few pieces into this layout. To keep my title from over taking my design I clustered it together, and chose the tiny alphas from the My Mind's Eye package to help complete it.
Journaling on tag may be an addiction of mine. I am a big fan of telling the story behind the photo. For me it's the primary reason I scrap, it's not just about wanting to look at pretty pictures years from now, but about remember the story behind the photo for generations to come. Using shipping tags tucked behind my photo helps me to keep enough white space for my liking while still getting the full story down on paper.
Are you in the habit of story telling also? What is your trick to getting it all down without compromising your design? I would love to hear your tips in the comments.
You can still get your hands on the April Kits right here
in the Paper Camellia shop.