Join us today as we share the projects we have made with the October 2018 Meadow Kits and celebrate the reveal of next month's kits, Seneca Falls kits!
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Now let's take a peek at what is coming in next month's kit!
November features Amy Tangerine's Shine On collection
This month's CK Exclusive Cut Files designed by Maryam Perez
November Clique Color Kit
Now get out there and get inspired because there are tons more where these came from! We love our subs and followers, and our community is growing every day. We are so thankful for you and hope you have fun!
Hello, again, lovelies! I have another scrapbook layout today using the October "Gather" Main kit.
I started with a watercolor splattered background just to give it a bit of mixed media feel.
I just love fussy cutting all the flower patterns in the kit's papers so that's what I did next. I arranged all the of these fussy cut flowers diagonally with the photo as the focal point.
This is really pretty simple but with all the layers of fussy cut flower patterns which were also mounted with foam tape, it gave the layout a bit of dimensional look. I used the "beautiful" sticker as part of the title.
I still have a few left of these papers and will definitely use them for another project which of course I'm going to share soon!
How about you? Do you like fussy cutting as well? I sure love doing it, it's kind of therapeutic :)
Thanks for dropping by and happy crafting!