Hey friends, welcome to the Clique Kits Blog today! I am sharing a TN layout with you today that I created as the February Ambassador. I am using products from the Moonlight Sonata kits...they are so lovely!
I cut a piece of the script patterned paper from the 6x8 sheet to fit the left side of the layout. I added some die cuts and stickers to this using foam adhesive to create the layers. I cut my photo so that I could use it across the gutter of the layout. This adds an interesting effect to the page.
The lovely florals from the Midnight collection from Cocoa Vanilla are perfect for the wedding photo! I used a strip of 12x12 patterned paper with florals along the bottom of both sides.
The "love" title piece is from the Indigo Hills 2 ephemera, also part of the Moonlight Sonata kits. I added a few sequins from my stash to complete the layout that documents another special moment from my daughter's wedding last summer! I hope you can hop over to the Clique Kits shop and check out all of the beautiful kits! Thank you for stopping by the blog!
Hello lovely! Today I want to share my layout about my eldest daughter's love to visit different theaters. Photos are not made at the same time, but are United by one theme - and the idea of such a layout was created. The stunning Moonlight Sonata kit from Clique kits fits many themes and photos - it's so great!
Hi friends, it's Daniela again sharing a fun with cut files layout. I decided to work with the Plus Background Cut File and dived into the Moonlight Sonata Kits.
I cut the sheet with the plus signs apart and used a little stripe of it on the right edge to create a little cluster.
The bigger part of the sheet is placed on a stripe from the 6x8 paper stack which bulids a nice contrast. Then I've just added some bits and pieced here and there, the kit is super easy to work with.
Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great day!
Hello lovelies! Today I'm sharing a sweet and bold layout created with the free You & Me cut file.
I began by filling in the small detailed portions of the cut file and then backed the larger areas. The cut file is backed with foam to add some depth to the page.
I really like the bold black and white striped background, but I felt as if it needed just a bit more detail, so I fussy cut the top border and adhered it, then added the same paper to the bottom area to ground it.
Hello lovelies! Today I’ve share with you my new layout. I used a very pretty kit Moonlight sonata. Paper sheet by Cocoa Vanilla Studio, ephemera by Pinkfresh Studio and Cocoa Vanilla Studio.
Hi friends! It's Jodie with you today sharing my last project made with the beautiful February 2019 Traveler's Notebook kit that features Cocoa Vanilla Studio Midnight and Pink Fresh Studio Indigo Hills 2 collections.
There's a fabulous painterly floral patterned paper in the 6x8 paper this month, and I've fussy cut the entire page so that I have a bunch of flowers (pardon the pun ha!) to play with. Essentially I keep the fussy cut floral elements to the left, and have a cleaner style for the right page. Having two pages to a TN spread makes it easy to separate styles out if that's something you want to try.
To create the XOXO on my photo, I recoloured the blue alpha in the kit using the rose gold American Crafts marker, also from the kit this month. I coloured the letters while they were still in the alpha packaging, and once dry, adhered them to some plain white cardstock, overlapping each letter just a little. Then I fussy cut around the letters, leaving a white border, and adhered the phrase sticker over the top.
The right page was dedicated mostly to journaling with a couple of elements at the top and bottom of the page. I fussy cut the wreath from the cut apart paper in the paper pad and layered an Indigo Hills 2 sticker over it, popped up on foam tape.
Of course I couldn't finish a spread without some stitching, and used a pale peach embroidery thread to visually reinforce the border around my journalling. A few navy blue watercolour splatters and I called this one done.
There are only a couple of the February Traveler's Notebook kits left in the shop, and if you've been thinking about grabbing one, I can definitely recommend them!
Thanks for stopping by today!
Hello Lovelies! Theresa here with a layout using the Love Stories kit once again, and also this amazing cut file available in the shop, You & Me. I was so inspired by this file and I just had to go create with it! Here is my layout.
Don't you just love when you see a product (or a photo, or an embellishment) and you just HAVE to go make something with it?!? For my layout I decided to gesso the light pink paper so the cut file would pop against the background. Gesso is this amazing fun medium that allows bits of the background to show through in the most magical way! I just apply it with a dry brush to give it a bit of texture.
The cut file itself I cut using a blue patterned paper from the kit, from Crate Paper La La Love. Once I had it cut out, I backed some of the negative space in the cut file with a light floral patterned paper, and then I colored in the flowers in the cut file using Jane Davenport glitter pens in Red Sea, Indian Ocean, and Pacific Ocean.
I also added these fun dots around the cut file in the same color as the cut file, to add movement and fun to the layout. There is so much happy color on this layout, which makes it so fun to look at!
Once the background was all set, it was time to add photo, journaling, and fun embellishments to the page. I had a cute photo of my husband and myself on Valentine's Day of this year, and I pulled in all the heart shaped embellishments to tuck in and around the photo. I also used the heart glitter shaker stickers from the kit, they are so fun and cute!
For my journaling I simply added a few sentences directly to the background paper and underlined. This was so much fun to create and I hope you are inspired to use this cut file! We would love to see what you create, so be sure to share online and tag us so we can see!
Hi everyone! This Is Anastasia Efimenko. I want to share with you my new layout that I created using Hot Air Balloon Cut file. I chose one of three balls and clouds.
I decorated the air balloon with flowers. And my project is ready.
Hi Clique Kits friends today I have another layout to share created with the totally beautiful Moonlight Sonata Kit. I have gone totally girly and pretty!
I have created by heart with layers of different border punches and different papers, an idea totally inspired by Paige Evans! I also added some machine stitching to add even more texture.
I added a floral cut file in white to soften my layout. Only adding dabs of wet glue to the centre of the cut file gives it a 3D effect.
I used one of the frames from the PF die cut pack, using a dark blue and gold, added with foam tape so my photo really stood out against the layers of the heart.
I finished off my layout by creating an embellishment cluster to balance my layout.
I hope this layout has inspired you in some way. Thank you for stopping by and have fun creating with your Moonlight Sonata Kit (I sure am).
Hi Friends! I am so excited to share my first project as a Clique Kit Ambassador! The Moonlight Sonata Kits are so beautiful and they are a dream to create with! I created a layout for my daughter's wedding album using lots of the Cocoa Vanilla Midnight collection. Here is my layout.
I used the Moonlight script paper as a border on two sides of the layout (left and top) and then the Inspired patterned paper as the base.
I added some foam adhesive between my photo and paper mats to add some dimension to the photo area of the layout. The 6x8 paper pad is perfect for cutting and adding layers to smaller areas! I cut one of the die cut frames in half and added it to the top left corner and bottom right corner of the photo; I like how that frames in the photo and layers!
The die cuts from Midnight are so soft and pretty; the perfect complement for this soft and romantic photo! I created a cluster on two sides of the photo, using dimensional adhesive to create the layers. The prima enamel jewel dots, Bramble Fox acrylic "Love You" and other die cut pieces completed this layout in the best of ways! Love these kits from Clique Kits. Thank you so much for stopping by the blog today!