Hello Ck friends, today I have another boy layout to share using the March Wonderful You kit! This is a fun layout and I have used a Sloth cut file to document how lazy my teenager is (I am sure you can relate lol).
I decided to create 1 8.5x11 inch layout and only used one patterned paper (Studio Forty blue stars paper). I added messy black machine stitching so it really stood out. The photo I chose was perfect, one because it had blues and reds and secondly because since he has been allowed technology his input to family chores has significantly diminished lol! I added my photo with foam tape and finished of with the Yeah! sticker.
I then set about constructing the sloth cut file (he is just too cute right!). I adhered with foam tape layering slightly over the bottom corner of my photo.
Of course my title had to be cheeky, I typed 'I am not just lazy, I am....' adding with foam tape again and then cut Super Lazy on my Silhouette Cameo.
I used two strops from the Studio Forty Washi Tapes in the kit, adding another row of messy black machine stitching. I finished off with a splatter of black paint.
And there you have it, one fun boy layout created!
Thank you for stopping by today and I hope you are having us much fun as I am creating with your March Wonderful You kit.
See you again soon.
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
Happy Wednesday friends! Today we have an exciting announcement to make. Please welcome our 2019 Spring Design Team! They will begin sharing their projects beginning with the April 2019 Kit. We cannot wait to see what these girls do in the next months!
Hello everyone. Today I show you my second Layout created with the March Kit. First I fussy cut the flowery paper from Webster Pages. Then i glued my Picture and the flowers on a tag
I had some clouds in my stash and placed it on my Cardstock with my Title. I used a few splashes of color to make my layout not too colorless. I've also added some stars to my layout included in the Studio Forty stamp set. Finally, I glued the finished layout on my white cardstock on the colorful patterned paper from Webster Pages.
Thanks for stopping by.
Hi everyone! Sue Plumb here again to share another of my Ambassador projects using the March "Wonderful You" Main Kit and Add On Color Kit.
This time, I decided to totally embrace the theme of the kit and create a super hero page using the Studio Forty goodies in the kit and some photos of my boys dressed up in costumes.
I started by creating a square photo collage and then applied a cartoon-style filter to it, to give it a "pop art" type of feel.
For my page background, I chose the Studio Forty Wonderful / Invincible paper, with the city skyline as my base, which I cut down to measure 8.5x11".
I used an assortment of paper pieces to create a layered mat for my photo collage, punching the edges of some of them to create extra visual interest. I also added some torn pieces of the coordinating Super You Tape strip stickers.
For my page title, I used the super power cut file, which I cut from white cardstock and then painted with the Art-C Bright Yellow metallic paint from the March Add On Color Kit. (I LOVE how it pops off the page!)
To embellish my page, I chose some of the little icons from the Studio Forty Fantastic / Adventures patterned paper, which I fussy cut and then adhered with foam tape to life them up from the page. I also added some of the Studio Forty Super You Clear Stickers around the page.
To finish off, I added my typewritten journaling strips and my page was complete! I love how fun this layout looks.
Thanks so much for stopping by the Clique Kits blog today, I will back again soon with another project to share.
In the meantime, you can find me on my social media channels here:
Hello friends. Today I show you my first layout with the funny Super You collection by Studio Firty. I was inspired by the Patterned Paper Ref: SF05-04.
I used a cut file from Paige Evans for my Layout. I filled the speech bubbles with photos, words from the Paper and some of the Transparent stickers.
I filled one bubble with Sequins and use the Word LOVE for my Title. And my Layout is done.
Thanks for stopping by. I hope I could inspire you.
Hey CK friends Rachel here with my first layout created using the March Wonderful You kit! I have created a 8.5x11 inch layout.
Having three boys I love creating boy layouts and the Studio Forty papers and stickers are just perfect. My starting point was to cut the sky scrapper paper and then cutting my boys silhouette from the photos and adhering with foam tape to create a 3D effect.
I used the Studio Forty stickers to embellish the sun part of my layout. Again I cut the part of the yellow sun ray paper to provide maximum visual effect.
I added black machine stitching to add texture and to seperate the three paper strips. I then added some more stickers to the sky scrapper paper.
I hand cut out one of the speech bubbles from the journal card paper adding some more black machine stitching and adhering the fab YAY perspextive from Bramble Fox. To finish off I added a splatter of black paint.
And there you have one very cool boy layout! Thank you for stopping by today and I cant wait to see what you create with the March Wonderful You kit.
Hi everyone! March is the month of super power in our Clique kits. I created my funny layout with a new fantastic cut file.
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