Since yearbook is about documenting and preserving memories, for today’s layout I thought about using a photo that was captured on a very special day that I want to remember forever!
It was the day of my last exam at the university. After the exam, I took a picture of the little book where professors write our grades and I sent it to my friends. It’s not a great picture, but I wanted to scrap it anyway so that I will never forget that moment. 🙂
I love the paper that I used as background. I usually work with white backgrounds, but this is a very pretty and soft paper!
I didn’t need much journaling, just a few words to remember the date and the subject!
Those glasses were perfect for a school themed layout! I don’t wear glasses but they just seemed the right choice for this page!!
I really hope that you will feel inspired to create something beautiful with your kit! have a lovely day scrappy friends. 🙂
One of the things I love about Clique Kits is it’s unique and always up to date with the trend. What makes it unique for me are the printable and cut files included when you purchase a kit. How awesome is that, right?
Let me show you my layout
I played with the papers by cutting and stacking them up as seen. I added some paper twines to my usual messy threads this time.
I made use of the wooden Maya Road embellishment and adhered the arrow on top of it, instant dimension.
Another shot from a different angle
I kind of created two sections here in my layout. I placed the cut out word arts and printable at the left edge side vertically and again clustered/layered the little bits on top each other as seen. The cute white and gold flair gave it a nice touch.
That’s it for now, see you again in a few days for another post using Dream Quest.
Hey y’all, my name is Kate Kennedy (kraftinkate to the youtubers) and I am so excited to be the May Guest Designer for Clique Kits. When I received my kit back in March, I was stoked to see all the Amy Tangerine Rise & Shine. The papers are so fun and colorful and just what I needed to jump start my excitement for the upcoming summer months.
This is the first layout I made with the kit and I have to say I had a bit of a hard time cutting into the awesome papers. So, I pushed them aside, and pulled out that awesome pineapple stamp that is available in the store. I had visions of gold embossed pineapples as background so I set forth creating one. I embossed several pineapples with gold detail embossing powder then fussy cut them all out. Now, I am Not a fan of the fussy cut … at all, and although it looks like it might be tedious to cut, it really didn’t take long at all.
Once I had them all arranged the rest of the layout pretty much fell in place. I added some layers behind my photo and a few of the epoxy embellishments and really let the pineapples be the main embellishments. The photo is of a plaque in our pool that I thought was really neat. Can you tell I am super pumped for summer? 🙂
Here are some photos of the layout and be sure to check out the process video below for more details.
Can’t wait to see what you all do with the May kit, thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoy the video.
Happy Craft & Hobby Mega Show weekend everyone! Jody is here on the blog today while Gia, Lacey and Erica and super busy ‘working’ at CHA!! I have to say it sure doesn’t feel like ‘work’ when we totally love what we are doing!! This has been an amazing year for us for sure!
I am completely in love with our January Kit Tailor Made. What’s not to love, right?! Amy Tangerine, Chic Tags, May Arts Ribbon, plus our January Challenge Sponsor Creative Embellishments!! Here’s my latest layout created with Tailor Made.
Here are some close ups for you! As you can see, the triangles are white in my layout. They came a plain brown color but I really wanted them to have a softer look. I decided to heat emboss them with Ranger White Embossing Power to achieve this look. It’s very easy to do! All you need to do is to press the chipboard pieces into your Versamark ink pad to get them nice and sticky. Then, just shake some embossing power of your choice over the pieces and heat set them!
In the photo below you get a much closer look at the little finishing touches I added along the right side of my photo. I fussy cut a bunch of the little hearts from the super sweet Amy Tangerine paper with all the little watercolor hearts inside the Polaroids. I also added some teal ink to a few fabulous little Heidi Swapp resist die cuts. I still wanted to add a little soft sparkle on this layout so I added some 10 mm Moonshine sequins and silver triangle sequins which are not in the kit. The little photo negative acetate piece is from Tim Holtz (from my stash.)
Thanks so much for spending your time with me today! Be sure to keep an eye on our Clique Kits Facebook and Instagram for more fun photos from CHA 2015!! Don’t forget to create along with us and join the January Anything Goes Challenge! You can check out Erica’s Challenge post HERE! Create and link up with Clique Kits!
I’m going all the way back to Thanksgiving for this one. And, though this is a story about my family, I have a feeling that everyone here has their own version of this story to tell. When families gets together, there are conversations and topics that get repeated over and over again. Perhaps they are family stories that get told often. Or, as in my case, at least once during a family get together, the conversation turns to politics. Luckily, these family members mostly agree, so the discussion is all about what the powers that be should do to solve some of the world’s problems.
I love the little moment that this photo and layout capture. I love that after focusing on many small moments of the holiday, I was able to step back and see the big picture; ?The picture of a family together year after year, chatting, joking, and sharing our opinions. Even if we heard them all before.
What conversations get repeated at your home?