Today I have a layout to share with you, using Hip Kit Club February 2018 kits. Last week’s theme was Flowers & Butterflies, and here is my take on the theme.
This photo was taken for last year’s book character day at my daughter’s school. My daughters love the book “Fancy Nancy,” and we had all the items she needed to pull off Fancy Nancy already, so it was a win win!
I used a bunch of Distress Oxide inks from previous color kits, which you can find here, here, and here, to create a rainbow background on a piece of white cardstock. I used one of the Hip Kit Club March cut files; this one is bugs designed by Jana. I chose 2 butterflies from the cut file, copied them in different sizes, and arranged them in a diagonal across my project. I cut it using my silhouette on another piece of white cardstock.
Then I used a few pieces from the February 2018 Main Kit, Project Life Kit, and the Embellishment Kit to complete my layout. I love the Amy Tangerine gold glitter thickers, and I also love the rub-ons from Paige Evans. (I used to LOVE rub-ons, especially alphabet rub-ons, so it’s fun to see them coming back!)
That’s it for me! I really love the way my layout turned out, I hope you do too!
Hey everybody! Today I have a Project Life product focus layout to share with you using the stickers and the ephemera from the February 2018 Hip Kit Club Project Life kit. I love getting the HKC Project Life kit, because they are always jam packed with awesome products.
I made a layout about last year’s book character dress up day at my daughter’s school. She loves to read, especially series, and she decided to dress up as Arya from the Inheritance Series.
This month’s Hip kits are perfect for my book-loving heart!
I love this book quote by author Stephen King, and I wanted to emphasize it in a big way, so I cut a big title using my Silhouette Cameo; I just used the stock typewriter font on my computer, and cut it from white cardstock. I was careful to keep the inside pieces of the letters, like the o’s, so I could glue them in place.
All the kits this month are just fabulous! The patterns and colors of the papers in the February 2018 Main kit are gorgeous, the exclusive PL cards in the Project Life kit are perfect for layering behind photos, and I also love the Pinkfresh Studio puffy stickers.
That’s it for me! I hope you like my layout!
Today, I’m sharing a layout with you that I created, focusing on some Pinkfresh Studio frames and ephemera. I recently went on a “coloring crop,” and got to meet some talented card makers, which I blogged about here. Of course being a scrapbooker, I had to take pictures and document it. Ha!
It was so easy to pull this page together, because we had a lot of product from the Pinkfresh Studio Let Your Heart Decide Collection.
I love that Pinkfresh Studio Instinct paper! I have used it on several layouts already! I also love the white foam thickers from Paige Evans’ new Pick Me Up collection. I love the font, and the size is perfect too.
I used bits and pieces from the Hip Kit Club February 2018 Main Kit, Embellishment Kit, and Project Life Kit.
Well, that’s it for me! I hope you were inspired by my project.
Happy Saturday peeps!
I am so excited to be staying on for another term with Hip Kit Club! The kits are jam packed with awesome goodies, the free cut files are a wonderful perk, and the ladies on the design team are all amazingly talented!
I hope you continue to follow along my Hip Kit journey!
Hello friends! I hope you are all healthy and happy!
Today, I’m sharing a layout I made using February 2018 Hip Kits. The theme was Project Life, and since I don’t don’t do PL, I thought I’d share how I make a traditional layout with PL products.
I am scrapping our Easter from last year…oh how time flies! Look at my little bunny!
I love using project life cards for layers, but I often use 3×4 cards to make a grid layout. It’s easy to pick 6 cards, and then add photos, layers, and embellishments. When I saw the pastel colors and the little bird card from the HKC project life kit, I knew I had to finally scrap my Easter photos.
I also used the Color Kit from this month. I made the tag with the stencil and yellow paint from the kit. It’s hard to tell from the photo, but I also used the stencil, and some Shimmerz glittery clear modeling paste (from the December 2017 color kit) on the top 1/3 of the cardstock.
The cardstock is from this month’s Cardstock kit, and I also used bits and pieces from the Main Kit and Embellishment kit.
That’s it for me. I hope I’ve inspired you to get crafty!
Hey guys and welcome! Today, I’m sharing a layout I made using the Hip Kit Club February 2018 Main Kit only. There is so much jam packed into these kits, you can really make fantastic layouts with the main kit only.
I made a layout about my daughter and her friend taking horse camp together. I just love their friendship. They took horse camp together in previous Spring Breaks and Summer Vacations. They loved the horses and learned so much! I need to get L back into horse camp because she loved it so much! Now that E is old enough, I’m sure she’d like to go to horse camp too…
Here’s my layout:
With the exception of white cardstock, and the ink splatters (which are from previous color kits), my entire layout is made using the February Main Kit.
I loved the Pinkfresh Studio pattern paper with all the greenery, and I wanted to feature it in a big way. I also loved the soft pink and yellow colors in the kit.
I love the way my layout turned out. If you’ve been following me for a while, I tend to be more minimalistic. I am a big fan of white, and negative space, and this layout has an abundance of both.
Thanks for stopping by, and I hope I have inspired you to get crafty!
Hello creative friends! Today, I’ve got a layout to share with you using the Vicki Boutin watercolor stickers found in the January 2018 Main Kit.
I finally scrapped some Pie Face photos. That game was so popular a little bit ago…and my girls were begging to play it. Have y’all played it?
My layout features the Vicki Boutin water color stickers. I think the stickers are great, since you can use them as is (black & white), or you can color them whatever colors to suit your project.
I colored some of the stickers with copic markers, and I left some black and white. I also fussy cut the flowers and leaves, but left other stickers as is with the white border.
I used bits and pieces from all the January 2018 kits: the Main Kit, the color kit, the project life kit, and the embellishment kit.
I hope you were inspired by my project, and are inspired to get creative.
Happy Friday y’all! TGIF!