I’m so excited to be sharing my newest workshop kit with you! It’s perfect for scrapping those last few remaining summer photos quickly and easily. When you purchase the kit, you receive not only the supplies to create 4 fun layouts, but also a printable PDF handout PLUS bonus instructional video showing you the step-by-step process to make your pages pop. Here’s a peek at one of the layouts you can create with this kit:
Hello, and welcome to a new Workshop Kit Wednesday featuring Simple Stories’ DIY Boutique collection. I’m back today to show you the remaining two of the “Core 4” layouts created using this kit.
The first layout uses a grid patterned paper background layered on top of solid cardstock and embellished with chipboard stickers, frames, journal boxes, and enamel dots.
The second layout includes bits and layers of patterned paper, with brightly colored accents all around.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this peek into April’s Workshop Kit. There’s still time to grab one of your own. Just head on over to the Workshop Kits link and add one to your cart. You’ll not only receive all the supplies to create these layouts and more, but you’ll also have full-color, step-by-step instructions to guide you along the way. So what are you waiting for?
Today I’d like to share with you the first of the “Core 4” layouts for this month’s workshop kit using Simple Stories’ DIY Boutique papers and embellishments.
Let me say – this kit is SO MUCH FUN to work with! The bright colors and playful accessories make for can’t-go-wrong scrapping. Check it out:
Double page spread
This double-pager uses the blue card stock as a background for the bright floral print and black and white text patterned papers. A couple of frames, journal cards, chipboard stickers and fussy-cut pieces add the finishing details.
Chipboard stickers, die cut frame and journal card
Die cut and chipboard embellishments
Cutout title and patterned paper pennants
See what I mean? Pure fun! Pick up your kit today and play along with full-color instructions, or put your own spin on things and see what you can come up with! Head on over to the Workshop Kits page today to order yours!
Hello again! I’m back today to share the last of the “Core 4” layouts completed using this month’s kit. Full-color instructions for these layouts are included with your kit purchase, as well as two bonus layouts using up the rest of the kit supplies.
Hello peeps! Just a quick post today to let you know that all remaining February Workshop Kits are on special from now until the end of March. What’s the special? Get this gorgeous kit with full-color instructions for five layouts (one double -page spread and four single pages) all for $18.99. And the best part is – shipping is FREE. Get yours today – there are just a few of these remaining.
Back today to share the first of the “Core 4” layouts completed using this month’s kit. Full-color instructions for this double page layout and two more, single page layouts are included with your kit purchase. Watch this quick video to learn more:
This month’s kit is chock-full of goodies from Crate Paper’s Close Knit line.
Today I’ve got a video that takes you through the kit, piece by piece. I’ll be back next Wednesday to show you the first of the “core 4” layouts created with this kit, for which you also receive full-color instructions when purchasing. Check it out!
Happy March to you – only 19 more days till it’s officially Spring (and my hubby’s birthday)! I’m here today with a peek at my HUGE Scraps & Stash kit for the new month. Watch the video to see the kit, piece by piece.
March’s kit inspiration is this moodboard from Studio Calico’s January kit. I was inspired by the brown & white of the deer, the navy and white color combo with brush script (I’ll probably paint my own), the floral print of the tiny dress, the wood grain and air mail motifs, and so much more.
The kit I’ve pulled is made up primarily of items from Crate Paper’s Portrait and Storyteller lines, with embellishments from Echo Park, Studio Calico, and Jenni Bowlin.
I’ll be back next Saturday with my first projects using this kit. I hope you’ll play along. If you make a kit of your own, I’d love to see it – link me up in the comments.