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Using the Printables in the Kit

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Hello everyone!  It’s Marcia here today in the Geek Lab and I’m very excited to be on the Clique Kits blog sharing a layout I created with our fabulous October kit, Masquerade Ball!  I just love all the colors and patterns in the Second City paper collection by Basic Grey. I also love the digital Print and Cut files that were included in the kit. These are tangibles you can use over and over again even after your kit papers are gone.

I thought I would focus on triangles in this layout about a favorite place we like to go to eat with my daughter when we visit her at college. It is just off the campus where she attends school in Minneapolis. Now because I hate my writing, I prefer to journal on my layouts using my computer. So I used one of the printables from the kit to create a journaling spot. I did this with Adobe Photoshop Elements. Here’s how…

and here is my layout…

CK_OctGeek

Repeating shapes throughout gives my layout a cohesive feel. It pulls everything together. Here are some close-ups…

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So lets see you use those Print and Cut files. We would love for you to share them with us.

CK_VarsityTeam_Marcia

6 thoughts on “Using the Printables in the Kit

  1. Really fun layout, love the flair as the o. Really cute kit!!

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  2. Marcia yout lo is absolutely stunning, love how you used everything, perfect layout ❤

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  3. this is such a fabulous layout, marcia!!

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  4. This is a great tip!!

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  5. Awesome layout Marcia! Love how everything works so perfectly!

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  6. Your layout really came together so beautifully, Marcia….thanks for the tips!!

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