Shaker Pockets with Solange

Hey crafty friends! It’s Solange with another super fun project using the amazing “Hello Beautiful!" kit.

These shakers can be used to decorate a gift, to use as embellishments in your projects, to give a gift card, or to just spruce up happy mail! These are super fun and easy to make and you can use your fuse tool or your sewing machine. 

To do this project all you’ll need are plastic sleeves which you can find at your local office supply store, fuse tool or sewing machine, a fun sequins mix and your “Hello Beautiful” kit! 
Just fuse around your image, add some sequins and then close it to create these super fun shakers!

To add more character, you can also add some ephemera pieces and trim to the outside which will take your shakers to the next level! 

I fussy cut some images out of the dashboards such as the bunny and the Snow White to create one of a kind decorative shakers. 

I can’t wait to see what you guys create and the amazing shakers you’ll make! 

Dianna's Monthly Planner Spread and Tag Place Holder

Hello beauties! It’s Dianna, and I’m back this week to show you how I used the “Hello Beautiful” kit to decorate my monthly spread. I also made a tag page marker!! Here we go: 

For the left side of my monthly spread I started by filling the empty spaces with some yummy layers of paper from the kit!  At the top I used a piece of the Fairytales paper and two die cuts (the pink flower and the word die cut "Spring"). At the bottom I used some of the vellum and layered it with aqua and a “You are beautiful die cut”. The vellum is a new addition to the kit this month! It’s gold foiled and gorgeous! Under that I glued some frilly laces and then added some washi above and a couple of stickers where I had important dates. 

On the right side of the monthly calendar I used those flower die cuts. They are my all time favorite!  Under them I layered more of the Fairytales paper (both sides! It has a wonderful handwritten look text). Some more trims below, washi and a bow die cut I used as a sticker to mark a date! Here’s a look at the full spread: 

I also created a tag page marker! 

This tag is super cute! Used my favorite Fairytales paper again! I just measured it to be a little smaller than my actual pages. Layered on some of the black polka dot and the back of the aqua paper. This flower I cut from the “Enchanted Forest” paper and of course added some more lace! Above the layers I added the word die cuts and that cute birdie(another fave!)  I punched a hole in the top after adding a heart punched from one of the papers and strung some pretty trims through! These look lovely coming out the top of my planner!!! 

Here are a few detailed shots: 

Happy Friday! Hope you all have a beautiful weekend!!