Christmas Cousins | December Main Kit Challenge | Lauren Hender

Hello everyone, Welcome back to the Hip Kit Club blog. I hope that your 2019 so far has been wonderful and you are busily making new memories to scrapbook. Here in Australia we are experiencing super hot days and therefore enjoying time at the beach, evening walks and afternoon storms.     Today I have … Continue reading Christmas Cousins | December Main Kit Challenge | Lauren Hender

Moodboard inspired layout by Lisa

Hi scrappy friends, I'm back on the blog today to share a moodboard inspired layout. Here's the mooboard Irit created... I LOVE it, it' so cute ๐Ÿ™‚ I wanted to create something using the beautiful colors and also the clouds. To start, I chose three papers from the cardstock kit. To make the colors more … Continue reading Moodboard inspired layout by Lisa

Moodboard Inspired 12×12 Layout | Irit Landgraf

Hey everyone! Irit here with my monthly moodboard inspired layout, using the lovely September 2018 kits. I love moodboards, they are filled with beautiful images and many times they plant a seed for an idea or a design, and make the process easier and the result better.ย  Here's the October moodboard- I was especially inspired … Continue reading Moodboard Inspired 12×12 Layout | Irit Landgraf

Taking your cut file to the next level | Lauren Hender

Hi Everyone, welcome back to the Hip Kit Club blog. By now you all have received your September kits and are absolutely loving the Indigo Hills 2 collection and the perfect splashes of the Willow Lane collection. But not only do you have access to this beautiful kit you also have access to your free … Continue reading Taking your cut file to the next level | Lauren Hender

Make A Banner|Michelle Wedertz

Whether you are creating a traditional layout, a Project Life style layout, or a card, making a banner is an easy way to add some fun interest to your project.ย  When putting together some elements to create a banner, look beyond your patterned paper and dive into your embellishments! When sifting though my embellishments I … Continue reading Make A Banner|Michelle Wedertz