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.
Hello crafty friends! Rita here again to share a layout using the „Lovely Phrases“ Digital Cut File. If you follow Clique Kits on Instagram you probably saw my 12x12'' layout for which I've already used one of the „lovely phrases“: „beautiful day“. Since I had two more (and this is the great thing about this Cut File!), I made another layout. This time I chose „memories“ and a smaller size, 8,5x11''.
My photo shows probably the prettiest, but most definitely the most famous street of Salzburg in Austria, the Getreidegasse. I still haven't done a mini album for my Salzburg trip, so I thought I start with a layout for my Project Life Album.
The layout was done rather quickly. First I put the photo at the top of the paper, glued the Cut File on and handstitched (this of course took most of the time!) the outline of the word, which makes it really stand out. For the right side of the layout I fussycut some pretty flowers from one of the Pinkfresh Studio „Indigo Hills 2“ papers and combined it with die cutted butterflies and vellum. I really like the simplicity of the layout. I hope you do too and most of all, I hope that you feel inspired to use this beautiful and versatile Cut File.
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Happy crafting and see you soon!
The Moonlight Sonata kit is just as versatile for boys layouts as girls, especially if you add in a few of the Pinkfresh ephemera from the TN kit.
I layered 3 pieces of torn papers onto white cardstock.
I then cut some layers for behind the photo, from the 6 x 8 pad.
I cut out the 'Smile Everyday' Clique Kits cut file, from another of the patterned papers.
I then embellished with some fussy cut flowers and ephemera from the Cocoa vanilla pack and the Pinkfresh Indigo Hills 2 packs.
This layout is so simple when you have such gorgeous co-ordinating papers and ephemera!
I hope you are inspired to get into your kit this weekend!
Hello everyone! Today I'll show you a mini in a box created with the February Kit. I found this cut file on Pinterest for my camera box. If anyone is interested, I can give you the link.
Then I cut out frames with my cameo. I used photos of my daughter when she was little. Today she is 13 years old and unfortunately does not like to take pictures anymore.
I decorated each frame with bits and pieces from the Moonlight Sonata Kit. And there is a nice memory or as a gift I think it's great too.
Thank´s for stopping by. I hope you like it!
Hi CK friends!
It's Jodie here with you today and I'm sharing a traveler's notebook spread made with the gorgeous February TN kit called Moonlight Sonata.
The ephemera pack from the Indigo Hills 2 collection has a lot of watercolour pieces in it, and I've pulled out a few of those today to work with.
I've also used one of Paige Evans' cut files, and painted my own watercolour papers to back the cut file with, using the same colours as on the ephemera pieces I'm using. This was so much fun to do and I loved how it turned out!
I trimmed down the woodgrain paper for the top of both pages and also a soft pink paper for the bottom. Since they weren't quite big enough for my page I layered them on white cardstock, which created a subtle border. Then I machine stitched around the edge of the pages.
Once the cut file was backed with the watercolour papers I had painted, I adhered it over the soft pink paper and chain stitched with an apricot embroidery thread along the top.
I threaded my photo through one of the frames in the kit and layered a patterned paper and some of the white tissue paper from my kit packaging behind it. After adding some splatters across the page I adhered it down and layered some floral clusters to frame the photo.
Since it's valentines week I came up with a sweet little quote of my own that references the rainbow on the same page. Well... I think it's sweet anyways, I hope it's not too sappy!!
All that was left to do then was add my date, and then I called this one done!
Thanks for stopping by today guys, I hope I've inspired you to pull out your watercolours and create your own cut file background to match the rest of your spread!
Hi Clique Kits friends today I have my second share using the gorgeous Moonlight Sonata Kit.
I am a bit biased about Cocoa Vanilla Studio products (being on their DT lol) but the Midnight collection is stunning and for a girl who doesn't do messy (aka mixed media) I love the fact that some of the papers have that wonderful light mixed media look, perfect background papers.
I have used the exclusive CK butterfly cut file, using the ombre paper for visual effect finished off with a spray of gold colour mist. I foam taped them to my base paper and then added my matted photo. I love the 3D effect it gave the butterfly cut file.
I have used the chipboard alphas from the kit to create my title, the navy blue coordinating beautifully with the colour hues of this kit. I added some rose die cuts and leaves so your eye is drawn to the title (with it not being central in this layout).
To finish off my layout I added some word stickers and a splatter of gold over my whole layout. I love how this turned out and it has a mixed media feel without the mess lol!
As always thank you for stopping by today we really to appreciate it here at Clique Kits. See you soon!
Hello Lovelies! Happy Valentine's Day from all of us at Clique Kits! Theresa here to share a really fun layering page I made, using the Love Stories kit! I was inspired to use the tags included in the ephemera pack and on one of the cut apart sheets, which are from Crate Paper La La Love. Have a look at the layout I created.
I have been seeing so many layouts using cascading elements, it is quite the trend these days! And when I saw all the tags in the kit, I knew I wanted to use them all on my layout. Tags + cascading elements is an excellent combination!
I started at the bottom when creating the layers, and added one on top of the other. I recommend removable adhesive so you can move things around. I tried to alternate colors and type with patterned cards so the page was balanced.
Some of the tags are adhered directly to the card stock, and others are adhered using different dimensional pop dots. Not only are there so many amazing layers, but even among the layers there are different heights that show the fun elements peeking out!
My favorite tag might be the glitter tag, because every layout needs a bit of black and glitter. I tied the glitter tag to the red tag beneath it, and then angled the glitter on purpose so it stands out a bit from the norm. That definitely ties in with our photo!
The photo is of me and our daughter Natalie, and in it we are being so silly. I wrote in my journaling about how I feel about her these days, as she is coming into greater awareness about the world around her. I love making these layouts special love letters to our children that they will one day look back on and treasure.
For my title I chose to use some of the scalloped word strips, because they are a unique shape and stand out against the rigid edges of the tags. This layout was so much fun to create! Thank you for following along with me today, I hope you are inspired to use up your tags in your kits. See you again soon!
Snow photo and flowers? Why not. Scrapbooking has no Rules. For this layout I used the free cut file designed by Gia and the beutiful February Kit Moonlight Sonata. I cut the title out on white cardstock, and then backed it with Patterned Paper from the Collection.
I placed it in the middle of my cardstock and used foam tape to highlight the title. Finally, I decorated it with Die cuts, Stickers. Buttons and the Date. The tiny little stars stamp are from the January kit.
Thank´s for stopping by.
Hello! Today I am sharing a layout featuring the Butterfly Cluster cut file and the beautiful February Kit.
To create this layered look, I first cut the butterflies and then enlarged the file slightly and used the trace feature to omit the details of the cut file.
The centers of the butterflies were adhered which leaves some dimension on the wings. And some of the enamel dots included in the kit added a perfect finishing tough.
Creating dimension and depth with both intricate and outlined cut files is a wonderful way to add some simple yet effective pizazz to your projects. I do hope you'll give it a try!
Hi there, it's Daniela again and I want to share another layout focussing on one of the cut files from the shop today.