Hi Everyone! It is Kimberly here with you tonight, and I have some awesome cards to share with you that were made by Bethany Crowell using the products from our December 2012 Hip Kit and Add-On Kits.
One of my very favorite products from this collection is the Seen & Noted Phrase cards that were in our Embellishment Add-On Kit. Each card has a phrase on one side and a versatile patterned paper(chevron, polka dot, graph or grid pattern) on the reverse side. If the phrase isn’t something that you would use, the pattern on the opposite side would most definitely be a great way to add a splash of color to your project. This first card is a perfect example of how these pages can be incorporated into your cards and scrapbook pages. Bethany used the page with the “Enjoy the journey” phrase on it to create the sentiment for her card, and she used the yellow chevron on the reverse side of one of the pages as the background for her card.The Ready Set Go stamp die cut, wood veneer typewriter and button add nice texture and dimension and a finished look to this great card.
The Darling Dear Temple paper has sixteen 3” squares on it. Some have words or phrases, journaling boxes, and some have vintage icons. Bethany layered the cute “Dream Big” square onto grey cardstock create this fun card. The yellow crown and grey accents coordinate perfectly with the yellow & grey polka dot paper. The Studio Calico Opaque Gems from our Embellishment Add-On Kit give her card a little bit of shine without sparkle.
Bethany turned this little glassine bag into a darling envelope for this cute little notecard by adding a few of the October Afternoon 9 to 5 Little Flyers, and some machine stitching. She also added a button, a label sticker and a die cut to balance her design. So clever!!!
I am so glad you stopped by today. I hope you are found some inspiration to do something crafty. Tomorrow we will have another collection of projects created with our December Hip Kit to share with you – so make sure to come back and check them out. xo – Kimberly –
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