Hey there crafty people. It's Kellie here with you again to share a mini layout in my pocket page notebook, using the NEW and gorgeous, Beautiful Dreamer kit. I wanted to keep this rather simple to keep the focus on the photo and my daughters beautiful hair colour and this kit allowed for just that.
For this layout I wanted to try something new, new to me. There are so many amazing hearts in this kit and I LOVE that! I decided to have three hearts on the pocket going down in a line, vellum in the front and the cardstock hearts backing them.
I then got out my old sewing machine and.................. the top one moved, ugh. I didn't let it stop me and the other two hearts came out perfect. The old, two out of three ain't bad.
Hi everyone, it’s Aimee! It’s been awhile since I’ve posted. But I am so excited to be back and sharing this layout with you, using the brand new kit Beautiful Dreamer!
I cut the it using plain white cardstock, I then used 7 different papers from the BD kit. Actually, I just used 4 different sheets that are double sided!
I backed the cut file and then placed all the letters inside the cut file. I then ran the whole cut file threw my sewing machine for a bit more dimension.
I used a square instax photo for my layout. I layered it with a pink frame from the Variety pack, and used mini staples to secure it in place. I also layered the castle die-cut and a vellum butterfly die cut from the Variety pack over my photo.
To finish off the layout I layered the blue bird and yellow butterfly from the Floral Emphemera kit under the cut file for dimension.
I love how the 12x12 “Flora Fauna, and Merryweather” paper helps give the layout depth and dimension with the faux paint and handwriting. It makes all the layers POP!
Do you ever take advantage of the base papers design and incorporate it into your design?
Thanks for stopping by,
Hi there Fairytale Club peeps, Kellie here with you today to share a mini layout I create in my smaller pocket page notebook. I think if you've been following along here and would had noticed I have a thing for this style of crafting, FUN!
For this layout I've used the NEW Beautiful Dreamer kit, that is honestly just a dream to be able to create with.
My eldest has started taking photos again. She's had an eye when it comes to photography and I benefit, because her favourite or only real subject that she can have on hand are her sisters, WIN for me.
Before this kit even arrived on my door step and I was checking the delivery update daily..... Come on, I know I'm not the only one that stalks their Fairytale Kit right? I already had plans in my head on what I wanted to create and these photographs were top of the list.
Did you see that this month there is something new? The chipboard alpha's! Are they not dreamy? Confession time, I used the "q" as a "b", honestly it was a mistake and once I realised it didn't bother me as it just worked. I decided to keep these layout's pretty simple. I'm loving the sentiments within the sticker sheet this month.
To do the pocket I got out my trusty fuse tool and once I was happy with where my photo was placed that I've gone back and front, I fused around it with a metal ruler. Added sequins in and then fused it up. BAM, done. Sounds simple right? You have no idea the amount of sequins I get everywhere, haha. But the result is just too good not to lose or wear a few sequins.
i didn't want to sew straight into the pocket page paper. So I decided to stick down the strips of paper onto a spare bit of cardstock, sew with my sewing machine, trim up and then stuck it down into my pocket page notebook. This works really well for those hard to get to areas with your machine.
There you have it! I have another layout coming next week that I can't wait to share with you all. In the meantime if you haven't signed up for your kit yet, you can do so, HERE.
Hi there Fairytale Club peep, Kellie from Australia here with you today to share yet another pocket page notebook layout I created. I've used the Practically Perfect kit that I can not get enough of.
With flowers, gingham and more what isn't to love!
I have a bunch of not printed photographs of flowers and I knew it was time to print a few off and use this kit. I decided on this photo taken when the family and I went on a weekend getaway in 2017.
This layout just came together and I know I may have said that for all my project recently but they truthfully did and I've been in a bit of a crafty funk lately when it comes to documenting, so this is such a nice change.
For this layout I used the gingham 12 x 12 pattern paper that I cut to size. then I got all the embellishments out and layered until I was happy with the added touch of the typewriter journalling.BAM layout complete, memories kept and in the books.
Hi there crafty people, Kellie here with you today to share a scrap layout I created using the new, Practically Perfect kit.
I love this kit. Every time I think Andrea can't possibly out do herself and BAM she goes and does it again. I don't think you even have to be a fan of the movie this kit is based on. I remember watching it as a kid, but I know I can use this kit over and over again.
I really am happy with how this layout came together with the photo of myself and all and looking like I'm calling myself, practically perfect. I'm not, haha, honest, but the font and music notes are just to perfect to not use.
I also managed to use a little bit of everything that comes within the kit and guys, I still have PLENTY. So if you haven't already get onto the subscription.
I started with a white cardstock base. I did consider going with a pattern, but when I laid eyes on the Spoonful of Sugar acetate, I knew I had to use it. One side gold the other blue, WINNING. When I spotted the tag I just knew I couldn't hoard it as much as I really wanted to, because it's gorgeous. So instead I got out all my favourite elements and added them to this layout.
This is the end result and I coudn't be happier.