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Yearbook: by Evi

Hello Clique Kit friends.  It is Evi with today’s Yearbook; Project Life layout.  I am using the gorgeous May 2017 kit featuring the Pink Fresh Studio Dream On collection.  I am scrapping all my fun photos for this past weekends National Scrapbook Day Expo held in Orlando FL.  I was able to attend with my scrappy friend Katty Miranda.

We were able to meet the lovely Becky Higgins, creator of Project Life, and she was able to autograph a PL card I received from her workshop.  I also tucked behind my ticket from her workshop behind the PL card.  I matted the photo on Fancy, a patterned paper from the collection.

I used the same side for the card I made in the second row and used a piece from the die cut pack.  I used the puffy stickers on the outside of the page protector.

I also met the very creative Wendy Vecchi, from Ranger.  I cut our picture out in a circle to fit in the center of this coupon card I received that has scrapbook supplies all around the 4×6 card. It worked perfectly.  She signed that tag sticking out the top while playing with Distress Oxides.

The kit also included a water resistant cut apart from Kaiser Crafts. I used the one saying Thank you for being a friend, and used my new purchase of Distress Oxide inks and created the lovely wash of color on the card.

It was an amazing day at the Expo.  It is my third year going to it and I will continue to enjoy if for years to come.  Hope you enjoyed my Project Life Layout.



Project Life – My process.


Hello Clique friends! Enza here with you today with a Project Life spread created with the gorgeous Swan Lake kit. The exclusive cards contained in the November kit are so beautiful and inspiring! They made it easy to put this spread together.


My approach to Project Life has changed over the years. I have tried to do it weekly, but that did not last very long. Although I would love to document our family’s adventures on a daily basis, I also find it very time consuming. Especially because I enjoy the embellishment process too much 😉
I have tried themed spreads, such as birthdays, holidays, specific events, which definitely helped in terms of time, but also did not say enough about our stories. The best way for me to keep up with Project Life and still have fun with it is by doing it monthly.

Here is the spread I’m sharing today:


I know, I know, I’m a little behind, but this spread came together so quickly, I’m confident I’ll be able to finish my 2016 album in a timely matter. At least, that’s my hope 😉

The Swan Lake kit this month includes exclusive Project Life cards that match perfectly all the other colors in the kit. I love the soft pinks and pretty aquas, but also the bold blue of the 3×4 card below and the Jillibean Soup tag included in the kit. They add more interest and a different texture to the page.


There is so much to choose from. How fun are these Dear Lizzy chipboard letter stickers and the little frames from the Maggie Holmes “Moments” paper?


Not to mention the gorgeous floral and ephemera pieces.



I enjoyed creating this spread. You can head over to the Clique shop to subscribe and get this awesome kit and all the other goodies in the store.

Thank you for stopping by. Have a great day!

XOXO, Enza



Yearbook: May 2016


Hi everyone! Elisabetta here to show you two new pages created with the beautiful August Kit. 🙂

The kit is very colorful so it really matched some pictures that I took back in May with some friends! We visited a museum in our city, Parma, full of street arts and murales. It was great and we had so much fun taking pictures with all those amazing backgrounds. 🙂

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I couldn’t wait to use that “Selfie Time” ephemera! It could match all of my pictures. LOL



The second page features some pictures that I took with some friends while we were out dancing at the beach. 🙂

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The card with the cocktail was perfect for this page and I also adore the 4×6 card where I was able to write all the highlights of the night!




I hope you will like my two pages and that you’ll be inspired to create with the kit! I’ll see you very soon, have a great day. 🙂



Go. See. Do

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Hi scrappers. Hope you’re having a great week. Today, I am going to share with you, what I’ve been working on for a few weeks in spurts. Have you seen the Clique into Summer Limited Edition kit? I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this kit and I especially love the exclusives that came with the kit. I think I have a few scraps left. hehe

Before I did anything, I made a few collages using Ipiccy so that I could print photos that would fit into the Instagram sized sleeves. I have so many fun memories from this summer that I want to scrapbook and the easiest way to do this is by using a pocket page format! Something different for me, but fun!

I am still working on this album and will probably still be working on it in September, but I wanted to take a moment to share with you how my album is coming along. I JUST LOVE IT. 🙂 I hope you do too.

And here is the cover of my album! I am totally digging the flamingo. We might still have a few of these left if you’re interested. Click here.
Thanks so much for visiting today!


Yearbook || Project Life Ideas

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Good morning, everyone!  Kat here today.  For all those living in the U.S., Happy Independence Day!  Everyone here at Clique Kits wishes you a safe and happy holiday.

I have really simplified my Project Life process this year, but it doesn’t mean that I don’t like adding some fun bits and pieces to my monthly spreads every now and then.

For the first page of my May spread I decided to make  a flip-up title card.  I did this for a couple of reasons: I prefer 4×6 title cards and the page protectors I like only have 1 4×6 slot…and I had a 4×6 picture.  Also, the picture contains a bunch of people from work and I knew that I was going to be sharing this spread online, so I decided this was the easiest way to cover it up 🙂  Here is the spread:


Here is the flip-up title card…I included journaling notes on the other side of it:


For the second page of my monthly spread I really wanted to find a unique way to use that awesome paper from Pinkfresh…and hence the giant “Life” title in the middle…I also managed to use the whole remaining package of SpiegelMom Scraps sequins here:



My third page is less exciting, but does include a few details that I think are fun; mainly the handmade filler cards:


Do you use your kits to complete your Project Life albums?




Locker Room – Project Life spread step by step

Hi! It’s Justt here and today I would like to show you my way of creating a Project Life spread with June Kit. I knew from the very beginning it will be veeery colorful! Ok, let’s go. 🙂


Firt of all, I place the photos on the page protector. I usually put two small photos in the two small pockets and between them there’s a journaling card or two and sometimes a title card if there’s one journaling card.


Then I try to match cards with small papers – I try to limit colors and this time it will be white, pink, grey and some red.


Then of course… I change everything (look photo above) 😀 I don’t like having the same colors one under another (as it was above – a gray title card with “love” in the small pocket and a white card with gray stripes in the big pocket under it) so I had to rearrange it somehow. 🙂


All right, the cards are covered. Now the best part – embellishments!


Some cut-outs and a roller stamp! I love it. 🙂


And this is how the whole page looks like. 🙂 It’s quite messy I must admit, but I really like it! Hope you like it too, tell me in comments what you think!


I used fabulous June “La dolce vita” kit


Take care!




Yearbook: Roma


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Hello everyone! Elisabetta here to show you a pocket page I made to document a very special night in Rome: me and my friend Francesca went to a concert back in February where all of the biggest italian artists sang.  It was a big event and we were lucky to have the tickets! We really enjoyed it and we had so much fun!


I took some pictures and even if they are dark I still wanted to include them in a pocket page to document the night! The colors of the May kit are perfect for this page. 🙂


I used the exclusive cards, stickers, alphas, flairs and diecuts! I love the big 4×6 journaling card: journaling is a big part (for me) when I include a pocket page in my album! I had a lot of things to say about this night and that card had just the perfect space. 🙂


I love this little embellishment that I created using a diecut, two stickers and an enamel dot. 😉


I really hope that you enjoyed this post, I’l see you very soon. 🙂



May Guest Designer- Jennie García

Hello Clique Kits Fan! I’m Jennie García and I will be guest designing for Clique Kits during the month of May!  I made these pocket pages using the Northern Lights- May 2016 Kit!

Clique Kits Guest DesignerEvery week or two I print my photos at home, cut them and slip them in the pockets. That way, when I have a little creative break I can start creating right away. I pick a day when I don’t have to scrap because editing and printing photos for some reason dulls my mojo. Clique Kits Guest Designer-001I select journaling cards first and then I use paper to fill the spots that were empty or where I need to mat photos. Some of these journaling cards are exclusive from Clique Kits.Clique Kits Guest Designer-002For the title card I used one of the Fancy Pants Tags, the Fancy Pants Alphas and the super cute iPhone die cut from Clique Kits.Clique Kits Guest Designer-003This is my favorite card from this spread. The frame die cut is perfect for wallet size photos (2″ x 3″ )  and that “Hey Chica!” die cut is the best! Clique Kits Guest Designer-004This is my favorite way to journal. I like to put a number in the corner of the photos and pick two cards where I write a few sentences about each photo. Clique Kits Guest Designer-005I love the colors in this kit! They are so fun and different! Clique Kits Guest Designer-006If you want to see how I made these pocket pages don’t miss the process video! Thank you so much Clique Kits for letting me join the team this month!

Take Care Everyone!

Clique Kits GDT



Project Life with Northern Lights


Good morning, everyone!  Kat here popping in to share my first project using the Northern Lights kit!  I really love how colorful and fun this kit is and I love all the exclusive die cuts and journaling cards.  I decided this would be the perfect kit to use to complete my March Project Life spread.

I’ve been keeping my project life pretty simple this year.  Using minimal embellishments has allowed me to stay current with the process.  Using colorful and fun products keeps my pages looking nice and a little “dressed up”!

I did have fun making my title card for this one.  I used a date stamp to create my background and then layered my title on top:


My final project was so colorful – I love this kit!


Left side:


Right side:


And one more close-up…this washi tape is one of my new faves:


Thanks for stopping in – hopefully you feel more inspired to document your month!



Yearbook: Week 8 with Simple Stories


Hey there again!  Kim here to share a pocket page layout using some fun treats out of the April Clique Kit!

Week 9 was a big one in our family as we were moving into our home! I took way to many pictures (if that is even possible) so I’ve ended up with 4 double sided pocket pages in an assortment of sizes.  It was so easy to put together too because this kit has so many fun filler and journal cards!

I used the 4 x 4 card paper to snatch these two filler cards as well as the 3 x 4 card in the card on the main page.

Instead of cutting this diagonally designed filler card where it was intended,  I just left the endpaper on because it matched the card below and cut 1/2 inch below the top.

Seriously!?!?  This coffee cup with the heart!  Had to include that since no move is complete without donuts and coffee!

Don’t think I forgot about journaling!  I just took a fine tip sharpie and write on the “door”, then added the life strip die cut and a piece of wood grained paper and attached it with a stapler. Viola!  Instant journal card!

This kit is primed for many pocket page layouts. Enjoy it!