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Hello Friend {Geek Lab}

Blog Image_Geek LabHi friends,

Melissa here with you today and I’m sharing two fun cards using the printables from the February BEE You kit. I love that we have these fabulous printables to help complete our kits. They always go so well with the papers and colors of the kit. Most of all, I love how you can adapt them to work for your project.

The two cards I’m sharing showcase one of the printables and how I used Photoshop to make it work for my card. Here are the two cards that I made:



I also created a process video that will walk you through how I pulled the image from the printables, into Photoshop, and added the text. I printed it off to use as a die cut type element on one card and then printed it onto another printable element for a card base.

To see all the details and steps, I encourage you to watch the video below.

I hope this video has helped you come up with some new ways and ideas for using printables on your cards and projects. The possibilities truly are endless!



Stay tuned because it’s almost time for the reveal of our March kit and boy is it a beauty!!!

Have a great day friends!



Ma mini Star


Hi Clique Kits fans,

Magali here today with you to share a double page mixing paint and paper. With paint, it’s easy to add an additional colour to your layout. Don’t hesitate to add a colour to the combo created with the papers from your kit. It allows you to add more diversity in your album. Here is my double layout.


To create this layout, I’ve cut the black dot paper 8 1/2 x 11 and then cut it in two parts. I’ve placed one of the section in the lower part of my left page, and the other one in the upper part of my right page.


Then, I’ve used gesso to add a beautiful texture at the edge of the paper. To add the indigo colour, I’ve used some drops of liquid ink, on which I’ve sprayed water to let the ink spread over the textured gesso.

When  you use water, you need to let the paper dry and then to place some books on it to avoid warping of the paper.


I’ve cut some butterflies and placed them in line. As you can see above, I’ve stamped a butterfly under the green little butterfly. I love the volume it gives to the die cut.  The word “Star” is cut in the corrugated paper of the kit. I’ve used letter dies to cut my title in it.


And here is a last picture of my layout…mleluc_january_ministar4

Any question about my process? Don’t hesitate to ask in the comments!
Have a wonderful week!



Growing Flowers | Stephanie Gold


Hey friends! Stephanie here again with a Traveler’s Notebook layout for you today using the super incredible February Bee You Kit.


I was so thrilled that I finally had a wonderful way to use this coral colored corrugated paper!! I adore the texture in these types of papers. I lined my entire left side with it and topped it with my photo and a couple pieces of ephemera. I also put a few of the rub on butterflies on top of my photo and I LOVED how they blended with my picture.


On my right side I layered a journal card with a few different pattern papers and a couple more pieces of ephemera. I used the journal card to write out a quote that has been speaking to my soul lately,

I am growing flowers

in the darkest parts of my heart,

for if light ever enters

it will know where to start.

– Noor Unnahar


Thank you so much for spending a little part of your day with me! Much love everyone!

Xo, Stephanie

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Gypsy | Stephanie


Hey loves! Stephanie Gold here today and I AM SO EXCITED to finally get to share a project with you made of the February Bee You Kit. I am seriously obsessed with this kit. So for today’s project I made scrapbook layout with a giant 8 x 10 photo of me and my sweet kitty the day I adopted her.


My kitten’s name is Gypsy (doesn’t her sweet face just look like a little gypsy??) and this photo is of her and I in the car right before I went to surprise my kids. I kept this layout fairly simple and just let the photo be a major accent. I added some texture to it by hand stitching around the entire photo (I really need to fix my machine because this took me foreverrrrrrrr… but it was worth it lol).


The butterflies are adhered in their centers so the wings could be bent up to look 3 dimensional and I used a bit of black paint splatter to bring in more of the black color. The strip at the bottom is actually the bottom strip of my background pattern paper that I sliced off and adhered. I loved the black and white since my photo is in black and white.


Now this is a super creepy photo because I am eyeing you down so just ignore that part for a moment. 😉 I have completely fallen in love with the butterfly rub ons in this kit!!! Here you can see 2 of them that I placed right on top of my photograph. Isn’t that so cool?!


I also finished my layout off with a teeny bit of journaling that I decided to put perpendicular to my page for even more added interest. So what do you think?? Are you ready to dive into your February kits and make some sweet Bee You magic?!! 🙂

Thank you so very much for stopping by!! Much love everyone!

Xo, Stephanie

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Carpe Diem


Today, I have a little video for you, to show you my creation process for this layout made with the new BeeYou February Kit.


I love how delicate and soft are some colours of the kit… you can create beautiful colour combo like this one. A little touch of gold and I am happy!


Here is the process video for you!
You will discover all the steps to create this layout.
I hope you enjoy it.

Have a wonderful day,