Custom layered embellishments with Sophie Delorme

Hello everyone and happy Thursday ! Sophie here to share a cute layout created with the May 2019 main kit.     My assignment today was to create custom layered dimensional embellishments and incorporate some stitching on my page using the main kit only.   I started by cutting 3 identical oval shapes with my … Continue reading Custom layered embellishments with Sophie Delorme

May Moodboard Layout | Ashley Horton

Hey friends!  It's Ashley, and I'm here today with a new layout based on the May Moodboard.  I love finding inspiration from the monthly Moodboards and finding fun ways to use the products in my Hip Kits.  For this layout, I used several stickers from the Crate Paper All Heart Sticker Book that's included in … Continue reading May Moodboard Layout | Ashley Horton

White on white layout using a cutfile by Lisa

Hey scrappy friends, it's Lisa back on the blog. My assignment for today was creating a white on white layout using a cutfile. This is what I came up with... This was a very fast layout, since I couldn't incorporate too much color. I started by using a February subscriber cutfile. I think the heart-shaped … Continue reading White on white layout using a cutfile by Lisa

Mixed Media Monday- Modeling Paste Hearts!

Hey everyone! Irit here and today I have a new 12x12 layout to share, using the lovely January 2019 kits. It has some fun mixed media techniques that are easy and versatile. Here's my finished project- I created these textured yummy love hearts using one of the exclusive cut files and used it as a … Continue reading Mixed Media Monday- Modeling Paste Hearts!

Focus on Embellishments | Christina Buresch

Hello everyone! Christina here with a new layout, using the January 2019 Main Kit only and focussing on embellishments. For my layouts, I used 3 of the Pinkfresh Studio chipboard frames - one for the photo, one for my journaling, and one for the title. I always love using frames on my layouts, because they … Continue reading Focus on Embellishments | Christina Buresch