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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Hello Friends! Maryám here with you today to share a new project made with the March 2019 Wonderful You Kit from Clique Kits. For today's post, I created a very simple Traveler's Notebook spread. From one of the Webster's pages paper I fussy cut flowers and put them at the top of the left page and the bottom of the right page. I also added some of the green plaid patterned paper on both sides, the photo on the right side, and the title and journaling on the other side.
What I'm documenting in this project, it's a photo of an apple juice from Starbucks. It may seem silly for you, but I love documenting my everyday stories because simple things are the best. You can learn more about the story of the photo on my journaling.
Here are some close-ups:
I hope you liked this project! Let me know if you have any questions.
Have an awesome Thursday!
Hi CK fans! It’s so nice to be joining you for the month of March as an Ambassador! I couldn’t help but gasp when I saw the Wonderful You kits filled with the Super You collection from Studio 40 – it’s so unique, and funky and fresh, and inspires me to create some pages about my own bunch of superheroes … my kids!
My eldest daughter started high school this year, and that’s definitely a milestone that deserves scrapping in superhero style because she absolutely nailed it!
I first started by printing my photo in black and white. The colours in this kit are really bold and I’ve stuck with the primary blue, red and yellows here, but my photo was dominated by green and pink so it wouldn’t really work if I kept it that way. By converting it to a very dramatic B&W version it coordinates much better.
I chose to document the event in my notebook so that I could have plenty of space to write out all the journaling I needed to get out of my heart and onto a page. I typed out all my thoughts on the computer and then printed it directly onto one of the notebook papers from the Notebook Kit which are already sized to fit.
The next thing I did was dust off my Silhouette to cut out the Supergirl, as well as the “BAM!” to create my title. These are both from the Exclusive March Cut Files. The supergirl was especially relevant since I felt like this event (the first day of high school) was a victory moment in Bethany’s life, so the girl represented that achievement perfectly.
Now I didn’t feel like I needed to keep the journaling hidden, but I also didn’t want it to become the only thing on the page, so I had to come up with a solution to fit my large photo, my large supergirl cutfile, and my large amount of journaling all into the one spread. The solution was to use my Pocket Page Notebook. This Notebook includes a clear pocket page insert in between every normal blank paper page which really opens up the possibilities for creativity.
I slipped my supergirl into the plastic pocket, and filled it with a few sequins for good measure, and I adhered my journaling onto the page behind it. That way you can easily flip up the clear pocket to easily read everything that’s written underneath.
I hope you’ve been having as much fun with these kits as I have been! I’ll see you again real soon with another project, or feel free to catch me on my Instagram account where I hang out the most: www.instagram.com/natalieelph
Today I have my first layout with the March, Wonderful You, kit which is full of bright colours and fun elements! I have also used an older, but very cool, CK cut file, 'She Loves Color-Paint'.
I duplicated the Paint cut file and used the negative. It is backed with this beautiful bright yellow paper in the kit.
I then used a stencil (from my stash) and some black gesso to give some great contrast to the bright colours.
I layered up some of the papers to frame my photo and cut some words from the Studio Forty, Invincible, paper and added to the layout.
I love the SuperYou transparent word stickers in this kit!
lastly I used one of the Pretty Little Studio tags and some twine that wrapped your beautiful collection when it arrived, to date my photo.
Have fun with your kit and keep checking The Clique on Facebook for more inspiration.
Cheers, Sue Smith
Hi everyone! I better start by introducing myself - my name is Sue Plumb and I come from the beautiful Glasshouse Mountains in Queensland, Australia where I live with my hubby; our three kids - daughter Brielle aged 10, and twin sons Hunter and Kaden aged 6; and our cat, Genghis.
I began scrapbooking approximately 10 years ago, shortly after the birth of my daughter. Since that time, my work has evolved from a very simplistic paper-based style, to where it is now - which is far more artistic and often incorporates bright colour, mixed media and eclectic elements. I guess you could call me a "box of chocolates" scrapper, because you never know what you're gonna get!
I am currently on several design teams including Australian manufacturers Cocoa Vanilla Studio and Colour Blast; and US manufacturer Viva Las VegaStamps. I am also a design team member for the Scrap the Girls challenge blog.
I am super excited to be sharing my first project as a Clique Kits Ambassador today using the March "Wonderful You" Main Kit and Add On Colour Kit. I have had SO much fun creating with this kit, and can't wait to share all my projects with you this month.
For my first page, I created a 12x12" mixed media layout featuring some photos of one of my sons. These pictures worked perfectly with the super hero themed Studio Forty papers and stickers that were in the kit.
I began my page by creating a layered mat for my photos to sit on. I used various pieces of the Studio Forty patterned papers, along with some of the blue tissue paper that the kit was packaged in.
Amongst my layers I also tucked in a couple of the Pretty Little Studio watercolor tags (tied with twine), and added some torn pieces of the Studio Forty Super You Tape strip stickers.
Once I had all the papery layers in place, it was time for some paint!
I used the gorgeous Art-C Sky Blue metallic paint from the Add On Colour Kit to drizzle over the top of the papers. Because this is a heavy body acrylic paint, it meant that it was able to hold its shape well, and was ideal for adding dimension to my page. The nozzle made it so easy to squeeze the paint out across my page and I absolutely loved the metallic shine too.
Once the paint had dried, I added some black cotton thread on top of my layers before adding my photos on top. I used some scrap cardboard (from a cut up pizza box) to the back of my photos to help pop them up a bit.
For my title I used one of the exclusive Bramble Fox acrylic words combined with some Pretty Little Studio alpha stickers.
I created a small layered cluster at the top of the page for my typed journaling strips (which also helped balance my overall design). I then finished off my layout by adding a few Studio Forty Super You Clear Stickers and some tiny red splatters using the Art-C bright red paint from the Add On Colour Kit. (I simply watered it down until it gave me a thin enough consistency to be able to splatter it with a brush.) And I was done!
Thanks for stopping by the Clique Kits blog today, I will see you again soon with another project!
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