Wreath cut file moodboard inspired layout | Sophie Delorme

Hello everyone !  Sophie here to share a moodboard inspired layout !     We've got an amazing moodboard to get inspired this month, created by Niki Rowland.     I was inspired by the hexagonal forms on the top left photo, and also by the wooden wall on the bottom left. I used  the … Continue reading Wreath cut file moodboard inspired layout | Sophie Delorme

Moodboard inspired layout | Sophie Delorme

Hello everyone ! It’s Sophie here and I am very excited to share with you my first layout created with the November kits !     This is a Moodboard inspired layout. The Moodboard this month was designed by Lauren Hender, and is absolutely awesome !     My attention was immediately drawn to the … Continue reading Moodboard inspired layout | Sophie Delorme

Sweet Sparkle | Moodboard | Jana McCarthy

Hi everyone, Jana back again and i have a new MoodBoard inspired Layout for you... the second theme: Family & Friends! I am scrapping a picture from my niece and nephew today, he finished school in june and i really love that memory and picture. The moodboard reminds me of party and celebrations... I started … Continue reading Sweet Sparkle | Moodboard | Jana McCarthy

Kickstart your Scrapping with the April Moodboard! | Jodie King

Hi Hip Kit friends!  It's Jodie here today with a traveller's notebook spread using the fabulous March 2019 kits.   One of the many things that I love about Hip Kit Club is the constant sources of inspiration and ideas to kickstart your scrapping.  Today I'm using just one of those inspiration pieces to base … Continue reading Kickstart your Scrapping with the April Moodboard! | Jodie King

How to be inspired by a mood board | Lauren Hender

Hi there, welcome back to the Hip Kit club blog. Today I am sharing a layout I created inspired by the September Hip Kit Club mood board challenge. When I first began to participate in mood board challenges I was easily confused and didn't know where to start. But many challenges later I came up … Continue reading How to be inspired by a mood board | Lauren Hender