Hi everyone! It's Sue Plumb here again to share my final Ambassador project using the March "Wonderful You" Main Kit. I have had so much fun creating with this kit and sharing my work with you. For my final piece, I have a 12x12" layout featuring my gorgeous daughter, who loves nothing more than drawing in her sketch book (even when we go to the park!)
I started this page with the polka dot print Cool / Kaboom paper by Studio Forty as my base, cutting a piece from the large chevron print Fast / Dreamy to layer over the top.
I used a paper doily, along with some blue tissue paper from the kit packaging as a mat to define my focal area; then mounted my photo on some cardboard (cut from a pizza box) to pop it up from the layers below.
I framed around my photo using a number of floral pieces that were fussy cut from the Webster's Pages Over the Rainbow paper and complimented them with a few floral pieces of Rosie's Studio acetate ephemera. I also added two tags (one Rosie's Studio, one Pretty Little Studio), which I tied with some frayed twine.
I added some messy white cotton thread on top of each of the floral clusters for soft texture; and then used the Rosie's Studio the simple things make me happy acetate piece as my title. Alongside that I added a small Rosie's Studio puffy heart sticker.
That's all from me. I have so enjoyed my time with Clique Kits - a big thank you to Gia and the rest of the CK team for having me on board and giving me the opportunity to share my work with you!
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Hi friends, it's Jodie with you today and I'm creating a traveler's notebook spread using the March Traveler's Notebook kit, and focusing on the lovely Websters Pages papers and the Catherine Pooler ink from the kits this month.
I kept the right side of my spread fairly clean. For my title I cut the word 'Maldives' on my Silhouette from white cardstock, then used the green Catherine Pooler ink called Grass Skirt to recolour it. My kit was wrapped with this orange ribbon and it worked so well with the colour palette of the spread. I gathered it and stitched it to the page with my sewing machine.
I fussy cut the entire 4.25 x 8 inch Websters Pages floral paper and arranged the flowers around a scallop circle I had die cut from white cardstock, and which framed my photo.
After I adhered all of the flowers I splattered some Heidi Swapp gold colour shine and some puffy hearts.
And that's my last project for Clique Kits. You won't see me around here any more, but I'm definitely still in the the crafty world. The best place to keep up with all of my latest projects is here on my Instagram account.
Thanks for stopping by today guys!
Hello everyone. This is Anastasia. And my new layout in the traveler's notebook. I used half the cut file Houses complemented it with a bright color.
A bit of good memories and a fun layout about the home ready.
Hello again, lovely CK friends! It's Donna here once again and I have another TN spread to share but this time, I used the February kit "Moonlight Sonata".
I used both the TN and Main kits but just embellishments from the latter. Once again, I opted to create a TN spread just like yesterday's project. I love the 6 x 8 papers and I've seen some manufacturers' doing this lately. I think it's perfect for TNs. No need to cut and trim to the right paper size. For my project, instead of trimming down the papers, I decided to leave it as is. Now, I don't have a 6 x 8-sized notebook so this turned out a DIY 6 x 8 mini-album (I have yet to finish the covers though but it's gonna be a simple design).
I started by adhering the floral die cuts with foam tape with different thickness for different height. I slightly curled the edges of the leaves and adhered them with glue. Then I placed my photo with doily and messy thread before continuing to add the rest of the embellishments to this part of the spread.
For the right side of the spread, I embellished the right edge with die cuts adhered with foam tape as well. Then I doodled around the pages using the metallic pen included in the kit. I also added some random dots and hearts to both pages. Then I wrote small note about the photo for the finishing touch.
I really love how this turned out. The Midnight collection by Cocoa Vanilla Studio is so beautiful, I love it to bits!
Thank you for dropping by the CK blog today.
I hope this inspired you to be create something too!
Hello, CK friends! It's Donna here today and I'm excited to share my project with you all since it's been quite a while since I last posted.
I arrived from my vacation almost a couple of months ago and had to settle down first aka clean the house etc because there were so many sandstorms while we were on vacation in the Philippines and all of our things were.. yes, covered with dusts and all. Anyways, most of my kits arrived after a few weeks and just got to use them. I have lots of projects to share soon, here on the blog and in IG and FB too, so watch out for them.
Anyways, for today's project, I used the January kit "Heart Eyes" featuring Paige Evan's Whimsical collection. I used both Main and TN kits. The latter has still some available so grab it if you don't have it in your stash yet.
I thought of an idea of documenting a part of my creative journey, all the announcement of the teams I am currently on. I already started with the Pink Paislee DT announcement and created a scrapbook layout about it. But I wanted them to be in one place so I thought of making a TN insert just with all those wonderful news. Here is for the CK 2019 Design Team announcement.
I used the specialty paper as base and backed it with some 6x6 papers. I used dimensional tape to some of the petals for a bit of height. I also fussy cut the teeny tiny patterns in one of the 6x6 papers and adhered to the edges. The sequins accentuated some of the petals/florals for a bit of shimmer.
I had fun creating this spread and I can't wait to start with the rest of the pages. I wonder if I'd add more in the near future... we never know... But as it is, I am thankful and grateful with the current teams I am on. All of them are wonderful companies and I couldn't be more proud and honored to be part of them.
I hope this inspired you to be creative today. Thanks for dropping by and see you next time in my second post!
Hi Everyone! Today I have a layout using the March 'Wonderful You' kit and the March exclusive cut files.
I cut the background cut file and backed it with one of the navy cardstock, before mounting that onto the red Sudio Forty paper. I did cut the centre out of the red paper to use on another layout. I mounted my pics onto another couple of the patterned papers and added lots of stitching.
I also cut out the word 'Bam' which is part of the Exclusive cut file set.
The Bramble Fox perspectives and the clear Studio Forty stickers in the kit are so cool and provide simple embellishments!
I hope you are having fun with your kit and we would love to see your creations on the Clique Kits facebook page!
Hi CK friends Rachel here! I have a TN spread to share today. I wanted to show how many different styles you can create with the Wonderful You kit. My quote is the inspiration and my photo is one of the small things in life that make me happy, plants in my house and garden (yep they feed my soul).
I have used a TN cut file from The Cut Shoppe. I have used the green Webster Pages paper to back LOVE and on the other side the rainbow paper strip included in the cut to back the hearts (as it added some pops of colour without making it too busy).
I purchased the Pinkfresh Studio hearts from the Clique Kits store as a add-on I added one of these to the O of LOVE and fussy cut the small rainbow from the Webster Pages paper. I fussy cut the sweet little bird and added with foam tape.
I added my journalling (right now this is what is important to me, inner happiness), I changed my font colour to green as I thought black would be too harsh and the green keeps it subtle and ties it all together. I added my photo and finished off by adding more of the Pinkfresh hearts.
Thank you for stopping by today and see you again soon!
Hello crafty friends! Rita here. Today I have a new layout to share with you, using one of the March Kit Exclusive Digital Cut Files. When I saw the supergirl I instantly wanted to use it for a project. It was perfect for my NYC photo and a card I still had in my stash from an older „Maggie Holmes“ collection. I think it was „Carousel“. If you have such an eyecatching Cut File, you don't need much, because all the attention is on this key piece. I only used some leftover scraps and watercolors.
First I made some splatters with pink watercolor and let it dry. Meanwhile I put some scraps together. I mixed whites and minty colors, and some leftover papers I've once used for practising machine stitching. On top I put my photo. Then I backed up the supergirl mostly with scraps from the Pink Paislee „Summer Lights“ Collection. For the card I chose the right top corner, and used some embellishments like the puffy alphas and hearts. Lastly I used my date roller stamp and the Studio Forty clear stamps.
I hope you feel inspired to use this awesome Cut File for one of your projects. Don't forget to share your work! We love to see what you create! Thanks for stopping by and see you soon!
Hello everyone! Jasmin here with a 6x8 layout using the March Kit. I currently love Layouts in Mini Size. It´s so fun. First I used a cut file and packed it with the beautiful Rainbow Patterned Paper from Webster Pages.
Then i fussy cut some leaves and placed it around my Photo. Finally, I embellished my Layout with stickers, the silver Alphas and the word Awesome that I have stamped. The Stamp set is from Studio Forty and i love it.
I bought some clipboards that I want to motivate against the wall to hang my favorite mini layouts on it. Thanks for stopping by and have a nice Day.
Hello all! :) Today I am sharing my final layout as a member of the cut file team. I have decided to use two wonderful cut files; Hibiscus and Summer.
Keeping some of the hibiscus flowers open adds a delicate detail, but they still pop with all the patterns.
The layered background is eye-catching and bringing a few different patterns into the title and two of the flowers keeps everything grounded and completes the end look.