Kites & Banners | Missy Whidden

Happy Monday, friends!  Missy here, and today I'm sharing my first layout using the 2017 August Hip Kits.  I used lots of the beautiful Crate Paper Carousel collection, and I love how it turned out!  I started out by fussy cutting those colorful kites.  I spent some time arranging them in different designs and finally … Continue reading Kites & Banners | Missy Whidden

What is the color of your mood? by Kim Watson

So tell me...what is the color of your mood today? I love the psychology of Color. Like birth and taxes, there is no escaping color. It is ubiquitous. Yet what does it all mean? Why are people more relaxed in green rooms? Why do weightlifters do their best in blue gyms? There is something so mysterious about … Continue reading What is the color of your mood? by Kim Watson

Create a Tropical Paradise | Missy Whidden

Happy Monday, friends!  Missy here, and I have a very bright and tropical layout to share today.  I used the incredibly stunning 2017 July Hip Kits.  They make it so easy to create gorgeous Summer layouts!  I couldn't be more excited about that 🙂  For this page, I started with the big pineapple Project Life … Continue reading Create a Tropical Paradise | Missy Whidden

Fussy Cutting Scalloped Borders | Missy Whidden

Happy Monday, friends!  Missy here, and I've got a new layout to share using the beautiful 2017 June Hip Kits!  Aren't they just gorgeous?!  I seriously can't get enough of the colors.  For this page, I was inspired by this scalloped border paper from the Oh My Heart collection.  It's Paper 17, and I decided … Continue reading Fussy Cutting Scalloped Borders | Missy Whidden

Using Bright Cardstock as a Background | Missy Whidden

Hey, friends!  It's Missy again here on the blog, and I have a new layout to share using the 2017 May Hip Kits.  I decided to use a really bright sheet of the Begonia cardstock from the Cardstock Kit as my background.  I wanted to create a circle design, so I used four different sized … Continue reading Using Bright Cardstock as a Background | Missy Whidden