Today's post has something a little different from me. Cards! Some of the elements and the cut apart card sheet were begging to be used to make cards. Not my usual thing but I really like how these came out.
These were so easy to put together. They are both ?x? and fit into basic card envelopes. A few layers of some of the cut apart card sheet, stickers, washi and elements were just right.
product used: November Main Kit + Heidi Swapp color shine
Thank you for having a look at my project today and I hope I have inspired you to step outside your comfort zone to create something different.
Hello my name is Elizabeth, and I love fussy cutting. Ok, not the actual cutting out intricate designs by hand part.. but the part where you can layer and arrange those pieces around the page.. count me in. When I see a glorious flower print like the one below I grab my scissors and get to work. I even love the way a bit of a borders left on looks.
Once everything is adhered in place I go through and bend or curl up some of the edges. This gives a cool dimension to the layout that it wouldn't have had if I had not been a fussy cutting fool. (not to be confused with cotton headed ninnymuggins.)
and because I just finished up my projects & these December kits are SO good I wanted to share a little December sneak.. Oh look, more cutting! I can't wait to share the rest!
Today I am sharing a layout of my little girl from a food festival we went to in October. We actually stumbled on it while we were out exploring Fayetteville, NC. Of course the highlight of the trip was the facepaint. She chose a kitty face. haha
I absolutely love the Pink Paislee Cedar Lane bits in this kit. So perfectly pretty with just the right amount of pink for my girly pages. The polka dot washi was just what I needed to balance it out.
product used: November main scrapbook kit + Heidi Swapp Color Shine
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