Hello crafty friends! Jody here with a 12x12 layout to share with you! I mostly used Prima Marketing's Surfboard collection. The blues and pinks were perfect for a tropical selfie page! Oh to be back in Hawaii!!
Thank you so much for stopping by! Please follow along with my process video! Do not forget to head to the shop for all your paper crafting needs!
Good morning everyone! Well I don't know about where you are in the world, but our fall has been interesting. I was wondering if I was going to get any fally pictures and that still remains to be seen. Now, we have had freezing weather and then back to warm but we will see lol. I took my girls out for a day of fun on ne of out "Fall" days and we had a blast. Fed ducks, ate lunch at a park and went and checked out a cool old mill and that's where these photos are from.
I love the kit that I chose to use for this layout. It's the Peaceful Heart, Artist remix kit. The colors in this kit are just so beautiful and I am completely drawn to right now.
I have also been in a really weird place in my scrapbooking, where I am not measuring anything when I scrapbook lol. With this layout, I started with little square and rectangle pieces that I had left over from another project I did. I decided to cut those into leaf shapes and use my scoring board and score them so they had some dimension to them.
I had already added a small white mat to my photos and stuck them together how I wanted them, so once I had the leafs done, I started sliding them under my photos. I realized, yep I'm going to have to add some dimensional adhesive to make it all sit right lol. So, I did that and then decided to add in the wood grain tag and pop the piece that would have been hidden behind the photos, to the bottom left of my photos.
After getting the photo cluster all put together, I grabbed a few of the paper strips I had cut randomly and chose the ones I wanted to use on my layout. I had already placed my photo cluster in the center of my layout, so I decided to add the paper strips on the left and right of the layout.
I added my journaling behind my photos, so that's not visible too yall, but to finish off my layout, I went through my ephemera form the kit and pulled a few butterflies and a cute little bee. Along with one of the cut apart papers, I cut out my Oh happy day and used it for my title. I fussy cut a few leafs out from one of the papers in the kit and tucked them here and there as well and then call this layout done.
I Hope you liked this layout and I make sure to head over to the Clique Kits shop and check out all the pretties there!!
Hello there! Giorgia here today on the Clique Blog with a new project.
I used the amazing SAMPLER KIT | DELIGHTFUL that features Pinkfresh new collection, to create a layout about my daughter 3th birthday.
I adore the colors in this kit, so feminine, soft and beautiful.
To create the layout I draw a big heart on a white cardstock and divided it in 9 section.
I used these 9 sections as template to cut different patterned papers; then I sew together again all the pieces to recreate the heart.
In the kit there are these amazing vellum leaves and branches and beautiful die cuts that I used to decorate.
I am in love with the faux wax seals included in the kit.
Wax seals are really up to date lately and if you want to try to make them, here you can find all the products Clique International carries to satisfy your needs.
I also added some die cuts from BASE KIT | BEAUTIFUL LIFE that features Maggie Holmes Parasol, Vicki Boutin Print Shop, Jen Hadfield Stardust, and Paige Evans Garden Shoppe collections... such an amazing range of products!
OK, I know. Thanksgiving just happened and I'm still sharing halloween layouts lol. But I don't think I ever scrapbook in order of season or holiday lol. Are there others out there like me? lol
I used the Happy halloween seasonal kit for this layout and I love this kit! It's chalk full of Fancy Pants pretties!
I really started this layout with the arrangement of my pictures. I decided I wanted to print them out in a photo strip, then backed them with a thing white mat. I love dots, so I grabbed the orange dotted paper and cut a thick strip for the top of my layout and thinner one of the bottom of my layout. This gave me somewhere to base my photos and have a jumping off point.
I pulled bits and pieces of paper from my kit and started cutting strips of different sizes to add behind my photos. I really didn't measure anything, just cut them and slid them behind my pictures to see how it would work and I liked it so I kept them. I had also pulled out some of the ephemera, chose a few tabs and tags and slid them in there with the paper layers too.
I had more ephemera that I could embellish with, but I decided to fussy cut some of the little skulls out and then run some of the papers through my sizzix and make some layered flowers. I had fun playing with that lol. I had so many options for layering them. Once I got the flowers layered like I wanted, I moved on to placing them around my layout. I started with the left side of my photostrip andthen decided to add somemore up to the top right of my photo strip too.
I liked the way it was coming together, but I thought it still needed a little something at the bottom right, but I also wanted to make sure there was room for my journaling. So, I went through my papers and grabbed this cute huge cat, with the little kids riding on its back and decided to fussy cut it out and use it as an embellishment. I had more flowers left but when I was playing with them and the cat, it seemed like a little too much and went into the area that I wanted to use for journaling.
I went ahead and added my journaling that I had already printed out and called this layout done. I hope you liked this and I hope everyone had a great thanksgiving!
I was born in the UK and raised in a Royalist family and when we later moved to New Zealand it remained the same NZ being a. part of the Commonwealth. Whether you are a Royalist or not you have to admire Queen Elizabeths devotion to duty and service. I wanted to document her passing and the now famous picture of her and Paddington Bear inspired my layout. I have used the wonderful cliquekits.com/base-kit-eurydice/
Eurydice kit which has been restocked in the Clique shop.
The heart and crown cut file is from Bella BLVD, perfect for my theme. I printed off my photo (I downloaded a copy from Google images) sizing it as 3.5x4 inches. I decided to cut two hearts using the off set function if you are using a Silhouette Cameo, this prevents a 'flat' looking heart'. I next created my heart using three colours for visual interest.
I added a floral bunch from the die cuts included in the kit and tucked it under my heart and so it would cascade out of the crown. I added a bow which is not a part of the cut file, I used one of the colours from the crown to tie all this together.
I added my photo with foam tape and before adhering to my page I added another floral bunch die cut to the left of my photo.
I added a journal block so I could document regarding this significant moment in history and made it an embellishment cluster by adding more die cuts.
Lastly I added some journalling which I typed, I love this quote that was doing the rounds of social media regarding her passing and just had to add it to my layout. You can see I added thread through this button die cut which is a perfect way to add texture.
And there you have it, a perfect example of memory keeping. This kit has so many wonderful papers in it, it is so easy to create numerous layouts that look so very different. As always thank you for stopping by today and see you again soon.
Today I am going to be showing you these super easy and fun to make mini gift bags. They are perfect for a quick mini gift and they look so cute when displayed. These are so quick to make, once you start, you won't be able to stop!
I have a step by step process in my video and all the details and links of what I used are in the description of the video.
Here is the video link. I just love how it all came together. Did I mention you only need one piece of paper to make it?
I mostly used the Seasonal Kit / Miracle on 34th Street for this project. Loving all pieces!
Hi sweet Clique friends,
Thanks for joining me today, I'm happy to share with you a mini-album in his box made with the lovely Let's Get Crafty Limited Edition Kit .
I created a box of 3.5 x 3.5 inches by 2 inches deep, which hosts a destructured mini-album.
For the box, I assembled pieces of cardboard using the Corner Guides by We R Memory Keepers. If you don't have this kind of tool, take the time to position your different pieces of cardboard and wait for the glue to dry between each manipulation.
I covered the inside and outside of my box with the Let's Get Crafty 6x8 paper pads by Simple Stories from the Let's Get Crafty kit.
To decorate my box, I embroidered a flower from the Paige Evans Splendid Embroidery Embellishment Pack in the kit. Embroidery is the 1st handmade activity I did as a child and I really like the texture this embroidery embellishment brings.
I also added some die-cuts from the kit, this so cute Doodlebug Designs Cute & Crafty Doodle Pops sticker and a tassel ribbon from my stash.
To make the mini-album, I assembled tags, labels, fussy cut elements, die-cuts simply with a ring.
None of the elements has the same size, because I was looking for this destructured effect, I only respected the constraint of the size of the box.
On each page, I had fun with the Let's Get Crafty kit products to illustrate my photos. Both the papers and the embellishments are absolutely lovely!
I cut out the Let's Get Crafty paper pads, keeping the illustrations that interested me to create my pages, labels or tags.
These Doodlebug Designs Cute & Crafty Doodle Pops stickers are the cutest thing I have ever seen!!!
The Let's Get Crafty kit is perfect to document crafty events, your craft room or your crafty friends favorite photos and is still available on the Clique Kits website. I had so much fun creating this mini-album, I hope you enjoy it.
Have a happy crafty day.
Hugs & kisses from France.
Hi friends! Dana here today sharing the envelope advent calendar that I created using the amazing Miracle on 34th Street Seasonal Kit. The Miracle on 34th Street is a HUGE seasonal base kit with a Mid-Century Modern vibe featuring the full Cookies for Kringle 12 x 12 paper collection by Fancy Pants Designs as well as some favorites from Simple Stories Mix & Mingle. The re-order of this kit, it already sold out once, began shipping last week, so if you haven't picked up this kit don't wait much longer!
The base of this project is a re-purposed Halloween countdown book that I purchased from Amazon. I used patterned papers from the kit and washi tape from my stash to cover the front and back covers. I embellished the bottom of the front cover with puffy letter stickers and a die-cut tag.
The real magic happens when the book is opened to reveal 25 embellished envelopes made from the patterned papers from the kit. Rather than create a December Daily album like I've done for the past several years, I decided to simplify things with a numbered envelope design.
I used both the front and back sides of every piece of patterned paper in the kit and I love the festive mix of prints! The envelopes are ready for whatever I want to tuck inside, like photos, memorabilia, and notes about the day.
The only item shown here that is not included in the kit are the round numbers. I punched them from a piece of patterned paper from my stash. I have quite of bit of patterned paper leftover after creating these envelopes and a ton of embellishments. This kit is packed with enough seasonal goodies to make several projects!
Clique International Supplies:
Miracle on 34th Street Seasonal Kit
Hey my lovely Clique friends! Michelle here, bringing ya'll a sweet little mini made with the Limited Edition Tehuana Kit
For this mini I cut two strips of the patterned paper and attached them together, folding them to create the accordion album. I tucked the pink seam binding ribbon into the seem of the album and wrapped it around the album to close it, securing it with a metal embellishment when the book is closed.
I did a lot of fussy cutting and mixing of the die cuts to layer the coordinating pieces in with my Mexico vacation pictures in order to tell the story of our trip.
Each cut piece and die cut got inked up before I placed it down in the mini and tucked a picture in.
I love how perfect this kit was to go with my tropical pics! It really set the perfect tone!
As I was placing all my pieces down and finishing each page I cut and placed a butterfly at the edge of each page as sort of a tab that would peek out along the edge of the book.
I'm super happy with how this little mini turned out! I just can't stop looking at it!
Thank you for stopping by! I hope you were inspired to make something beautiful today!
Hi Crafty Friends!! I am sharing a layout I created to document "ME". Most often we do not put ourselves in documenting memories. I used the NEW gorgeous Limited Edition: Inspired by...Olivia (cliquekits.com). I solely used the Fancy Pants Designs "Memory Lane" pattern paper and ephemera from this kit.
I wanted to add layers of these papers; so I cut them in various sizes and strips. I used my Heidi Swapp distresser tool for the edges to add texture to each sheet. Since this is a layout about me; I chose all of the ephemera pieces that were about me. My love of fall, butterflies, photos, coffee etc. I used pop dots to add dimensions to various pieces. I am loving these tones in the is collection.
Note: I seem to use my Teresa Collins star punch all the time.
This kit is filled with journaling cards and sayings that made it just perfect to use for this layout or one that you create with you as the focus. I hope that you have been inspired to create using this fantastic collection. You can find it with other new products here Clique International (cliquekits.com).