Cutfile Cards and Envelops | Angela Tombari

Hi everyone! Angela here with you today sharing my latest project featuring Hip Kit Club exclusive October cut-files.     I created a couple of cards to give to two of my dearest friends for their birthday. I used the October cut-files, the Leaf Wreath and the Loose Leaves. I cut them with my Silhouette … Continue reading Cutfile Cards and Envelops | Angela Tombari

Two ways to use cut-files on a card | Angela

Hello Friends! It's Angela back with you and I'm sharing my first project created with the gorgeous September kits!     Today assignment was to create cards using cut-files and including hand or machine stitching details. This is what I've done, using the beautiful September cut-files designed by Kim Watson. You can find these and … Continue reading Two ways to use cut-files on a card | Angela

Sunflower layout using exclusive stamps / Lisa Fonseca

Hey friends, it's Lisa back on the blog and I'm sharing a layout using the exclusive stamps by Hit Kit Club, designed by Femke Kokke. In general, it's a bit of a challenge for me to use stamps... I often don't really know how to use them best and when I'm done, I mostly don't … Continue reading Sunflower layout using exclusive stamps / Lisa Fonseca

Mixed Media Monday with Frau Pony

Hello Everyone! Happy Monday! Martina here with a Mixed Media Layout using the absolutely gorgeous August 2019 Hip Kits. At the very beginning of my creating process, I have cut the HKC "Fresh Start" August Cut File from the Pink Paislee – Paige Evans Truly Grateful – Paper #6.  Since I had another title in mind, … Continue reading Mixed Media Monday with Frau Pony

Sketch Friday in a Traveller’s Notebook! | Jodie King

Hi Hip Kit friends!  It's Jodie with you today and I have a traveler's notebook layout based on this week's fabulous sketch by the lovely Frau Pony.     Here's my take, and I love that the photo element is so large, and that title is right over the top of the photo.   This … Continue reading Sketch Friday in a Traveller’s Notebook! | Jodie King