Hello Clique friends! Valeska here again to share with you a layout that I made repeating tags on my page. I love this blog inspiration category. I think repeating forms or images is a good way to get attention to your design. In this layout, I chose repeat tags using the Add-on kit Summer Feels. This add on paper pack includes the cut apart papers from Simple Stories Sunkissed collection and papers from Fancy Pants Designs.
There is no special technique on this layout. I just cut apart all the tags I wanted to use and also cut two photos in the same size.
First of all, I made four holes with my crop-a-dile tool and place an eyelet in it. I used a sewing thread between the holes on the right and the left, making loops in the thread for more movement.
All tags and elements of my page were glued with 3d stickers to give more height and thus make the decoration stand out. I also added some brads too.
To crop my photos like the tags that I was using, I printed each picture and placed the tag on top of the image I wanted to preserve. With my scissors, I cut around and made the hole with my crop-a-dile tool. So, I place another tag under the already cropped photo to give a feeling of colored shadow.
Hope you enjoyed it and be inspired to create on repeat designs in your projects. Thank you for stopping by and make sure to see all the new kits on Clique store. See you next time!
It's great to have you on the Clique blog again! Today I'm sharing a fun summer mini album. The inspiration was "on repeat" . On repeat means you can use anything you love multiple times, color, pattern, you name it!
I made the box to hold the mini album from one sheet of paper. Nothing too complicated, a simple box. But, do you also love those fun bags the embellishments come in in some kits? I alway keep them. I lined the inside of the box with one of those bags. It holds the album nicely in place and it looks cute! So in a way, this is also a "don't throw me away" project. I never throw away those adorable bags, they are cute!
I finished the album off with a lot of different ribbons, also something I never throw away. It always looks so fun and cute when you combine a whole bunch of ribbons of different color, size and texture. Have you seen all the fun ribbon we have in the shop? Too adorable!
A fun easy album packed with summer memories! So much fun to make! I hope you got inspired to repeat whatever you love in your crafty gems! I can't wait to see them in our Facebook Group!
Hello Everyone, it's Piroska here today with my latest post for Clique International. For this share I got the challenge "On Repeat", so I had to use a pattern, a colour, a texture or a shape repetitivly. I chose three photos and my Storyline Chapters insert to make a spread for this challenge.
I chose the Sunkissed Sampler Kit of Cocoa Vanilla Studio for this spread. I had two vertical and one horisontal photo, so first I arranged the photos. Then I chose some patterned papers, and cut some hearts with a Lora Bailora heart die from my stash.
I chose different patterns but coordinating colours with my photos. Then I started to glue down the hearts, I also left glued the inside part of the hearts, so it looks more dinamic.
Good morning everyone!! How are you doing?? Well I have been playing with the Keeping it real, Junior kit thats in the Clique kits shop. I have to say I have been loving this kit!! There are so many beautiful and funny things in it.
So this week I was to be doing on repeat, I chose something really easy and went with rectangles. I repeted this in the shapes of my photos and the rectangles that I used patterned paper for. I know this was easy and simple, but I had fun with it and added a bunch of pretty things along the way.
I went through the ephemera packs and pulled thing I thought I might use and set them to the side and did the same with the bits and pieces I chose from the puffy sticker sheet.
Once I had chose the pieces I wanted to use, I added a layer of white cardstock behind my photos and made them into a photo strip, then went to picking out papers from the 6x6 paper pad that came in this kit and cut those down to size. After that I decided where I wanted my photos and then added the patterned paper.
Once I got all the papers down, I started to add bits and pieces here and there across the layout. I wanted to keep them mostly in the rectangles and I used rectangle shaped items when I could. Like the house and labels. I wanted to add a little more color to the white background so I grabbed my oxide ink, available in the shop to, and a stencil I had and added three little mandalas on the layout. I finished it off by adding some of the fun enamel dots and sequins and called it good.
I hope you enjoyed this layout and there will be lots more to come, check out my instagram to see more there as well. Make sure you check out the Clique kits international Facebook group too! We have lots of fun things going on over there and would love to see you there playing along with us! And go check out the shop too! There are so many beautiful Kits in there to play with!!
Happy Easter my Clique Friends! I hope everyone enjoyed their weekend. Today I am accepting the On Repeat Challenge using the Base Kit | Marrakesh | Paige Evans and Amy Tangerine | American Crafts. So many bright and bold colors in Paige Evans new line, Wonders. I'm in love with this whole kit.
I decided to repeat the flowers on this layout and framed my picture that I cut out in a circle with all these beauties. The kit includes a package of flowers and you get so many of them. Believe or not I still had a lot left over after creating this layout.
My base included some flowers that were cut out of the transparency flower sheet. I then added layers and layers of flowers with foam tape. Another one of my favorite items in this kit is the flair made by Scrappin Happy Studio. Jenny designed specific flair to match some of the kits that are in the shop. I decided to use the Day Dreamer flair for the center of my big yellow flower.
I also added more dimensions to the flower centers using flowers and cardstock stickers from the Wonders line.
I had the flowers run off the top so it looked like they were never ending. I hope you enjoy this layout as much as I did creating it. Make sure you go check out this kit in the shop, you will not be disappointed with it. https://cliquekits.com/base-kit-marrakesh-paige-evans-and-amy-tangerine-american-crafts/
Hi friends! Dana here today sharing a scrapbook layout filled with happy rainbows for our new blog category On Repeat. Whether it is color, pattern, texture, or shape, the idea behind these posts is to find something that inspires you and use it in a repetitive way. I think it is pretty obvious that I chose to repeat rainbows! I used colorful cardstock and a My Favorite Things Happy Rainbow Die to create my own base patterned paper. I topped that with rainbow vellum, a shaker embellishment filled with rainbow shaker elements, and a photo of a double rainbow.
A double rainbow is considered a symbol of transformation and is a sign of good fortune. The first arc represents the material world, and the second arc signifies the spiritual realm. Double rainbows are also thought to be a sign of future success. Furthermore, anuenue means "rainbow" in Hawaiian and is a common theme in many Clique kits. If you're a fan of rainbows, you'll easily find what you need to make a similar layout in the Clique Shop.
I have a confession to make; cardstock scares me! I try all the time to use it as the base for my layouts, but the lack of a print really challenges my patterned paper loving brain. To finally cut in to my beautiful colored cardstock stash I decided to create my own patterned cardstock.
It took some time and a lot of work with my Cuttlebug (120 2.5 x 3 inch rectangles) to cut enough rainbows to fill a piece of cardstock, but I'm absolutely thrilled with the result and the fabulous texture! I saved all the extra rainbow pieces, so I can create 4 more 12x12 designs, plus create something fun with all the rainbow negatives.
Once my base cardstock was complete, I added another rainbow using the Pretty Little Studio Rainbow Connection Vellum from the Color Me Happy Clique Sampler Kit. I used the arcs as a guide for my title letters. This vellum sheet worked perfectly for a smooth journaling spot.
Hello my crafty friends! Nicole here and today I'm sharing my latest entry in the new Storyline Chapters kit from Clique International and the new gorgeous Catherine Pooler inks!
I have dedicated 2021 as the year of "me" and prioritizing myself and today, I'm reflecting on my five best qualities in my latest spread! I'm also taking on the "on repeat" challenge, too! Here's a look at my completed layout:
When I started this page, like most projects, I typically start with my product and story first, then fill in the photos as I go. For my "On Repeat" topic today, I loved these beautiful tags and paper clips and I also loved the stamp set that comes in the Storyline kit. I used all of those elements together and repeated them to keep my spread cohesive. Changing up colors while keeping different elements the same adds variety to the simplicity of the layout. If I get in a creative block, I tend to use these tips to get myself back on track. It takes the guesswork out of it!
I love the variety that this Heidi Swapp stamp has to offer! The lines on my tags were stamped using the lined stamp from the set, but if turned it upside down and double stamped! Don't be afraid to make your products work for you!
Lastly, to keep that cohesiveness, add these repeating elements to your opposite page to pull everything together! Here, I didn't use the rainbow anywhere else on my spread, but the colors and the heart stamps I did! This helps keep the eye moving around the pages.
Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope you've had fun and got inspired! Be sure to join us in our Facebook group where we host monthly challenges and giveaways! New events coming soon and we hope you join in on the fun! See you there!