Mixed Media Monday with Zinia, Audrey & Elsie

Hello Hip Kits fans! Welcome to another Mixed Media Monday post, where we share lot's of colorful ideas on using your Hip Kits with your favorite mixed media supplies! ZINIA Hello everyone, Zinia here! For this Mixed Media Monday I want to share with you a colorful spread I created in my traveler's notebook using … Continue reading Mixed Media Monday with Zinia, Audrey & Elsie

Mixed Media Monday | Irit, Ashley and Terhi

Hello Hip Kit Club fans! Welcome to be inspired by Irit, Ashley and Terhi with mixed media! Irit Hi! Irit here! Welcome to another mixed media Monday! This is the day to get a little messy, and we have tons of inspiration, so let's get started! I created a 12x12 layout, and used the color … Continue reading Mixed Media Monday | Irit, Ashley and Terhi

A fun creative way with Project life / Felicity

Hello! Felicity here today with a fun bright colourful Project life page using the August project life kit. I say it every month, I know, but I seriously love the exclusive cards, there so unique and just really make this album so special. When I create project life spreads, I love adding little labels and … Continue reading A fun creative way with Project life / Felicity

Thursday inspiration – sticker phrases

Hello Hip Kit fans. It's already Thursday and Thursdays are a fun days on HKC blog. We always have three inspirations for you and the all share some common challenge. This week we all: Cara, Felicity and Anna, had to play with sticker phrases. Anna Hello everyone. My August kits just arrived and I was … Continue reading Thursday inspiration – sticker phrases

Fussy-cutting embellishments | Zinia Amoiridou

Hello everyone! It’s Zinia here to share with you a layout I created using the August 2017 Hip Kits. I'm sure you already know that the August kits include some amazing papers. One of my favorite ways to use pattern papers is to fussy-cut them and create my own ephemera. What I enjoy about this the most … Continue reading Fussy-cutting embellishments | Zinia Amoiridou