Subtle Mixed Media Details for Project Life & Scrapbooking | Zinia Amoiridou

Hello everyone! It's Zinia here and today I have some lovely projects to share with you using the October 2016 Hip Kits.So let's begin with a project life spread. As I continued in my album I had to deal with the back side of a 2x2 page protector I created earlier this month. The thing … Continue reading Subtle Mixed Media Details for Project Life & Scrapbooking | Zinia Amoiridou

instead of using punches.. use scissors! Justyna Skowron

Hello all! It's Justyna here today. I hope you're having a great week! Today I would like to show you how many possibilities the papers have. I'm a big fan of cutting out some shapes from the papers (especially flowers!!) and I barely use any punches (I don't use many tools actually). And here's the … Continue reading instead of using punches.. use scissors! Justyna Skowron

Creating movement using papers and ephemera by Tarrah McLean

Hi there Hip Kit Club fans! It's Tarrah McLean back with you and today I am sharing a new scrapbook layout I created using the AMAZING October 2016 Main and Add-On Kits! I decided that because my photos were small and film strip like that I would create a sense of movement on this layout. I … Continue reading Creating movement using papers and ephemera by Tarrah McLean

Family Portrait| FLORA MONIKA FARKAS

Hi Girls! It's Flóra back. This time my theme was DIY background. I interpreted it differently as I didn't feel like to do any mixed media etc, so I decided to create a room interior what gives the background, but also part of the layout. First of all I chose the background paper from the October 2016 … Continue reading Family Portrait| FLORA MONIKA FARKAS

How many ephemera is too many?|Kim Watson

Hi everyone Kim here...I have a question to ask you. "How many ephemera is too many?" I am sure you've also asked yourself this a hundred times right? Today, I thought I'd experiment a little. I am going to try adding  A LOT of ephemera to a page, making sure I don't lose it's cohesion, & that it … Continue reading How many ephemera is too many?|Kim Watson