April 02, 2009

Here we go... REVEAL DAY!

SCRAPPIN' GREAT DEALS
Kim’s Kreative Kit
April 2009


“Flowers And Flutterbys”
This month’s kit includes:

- Three DOUBLE SIDED pieces and 3 die cut pieces of 12 x 12 patterned paper from Making Memories’ Flower Patch line
- Three co-ordinating pieces of 12 x 12 Bazzill textured cardstock
- MM Flower Patch Embellishments - Buttons, die cuts, printed blossoms/butterflies, felt shapes
- MM Flower Patch die cut Journalling tags
- Co-ordinating American Crafts “Thickers” (either pink, or white)
- Co-ordinating ribbon/rick-rack

IT IS GORGEOUS! And, you get all of this for only $25.98! Don't miss out on this one. It will definitely go fast!

I hope I have inspired you with my projects!
And make sure you check out what Kim, Heather, and Amy
have done as well! :)

I wanted to keep this layout simple to showcase the photos of my daughter posing on the rock! I used a monotone colour scheme, and used dark brown fluid chalk ink to colour the letters and distress the ribbon and journal sheet edges.

Firsts. Gotta love them! And, who knew I would ever use flowers and butterflies on a layout for my son! I love how it turned out! On this layout, I again used the fluid chalk ink in alabaster and pink coral to colour the letters and the parenthesis. I also used liquid pearl in two different colours on the journal spot, the border strip, and the butterfly.

Once again, I used ink to colour the letters and I used TONS of stickles on this page! Can you find all the glittery spots?!?!?

Ok, hopefully my mom isn't checking out my blog today... and doesn't until Mother's Day! This card will be for you, Mom! Happy early Mother's Day incase you are having a peek! Love you!

I LOVE how this card turned out. I used three different colours of markers to colour the letters. I really like the effect I ended up with. And, the flowers were so fun to make. Also, what card would be complete without stickles?!?!?


This was such a fun project! I found a tutorial for it and fell in love! One piece of double-sided patterned paper. That's it! ONE. Ok, and some cardstock to put the photos on and the make the band... but really! And, it literally takes about 15 mins to make!

Here is with the band off and the wallet somewhat "open." When it is closed, it measures maybe 4.5 x 3 inches!

There are 6, count them, 6 different places that you can hold photos in this little wallet. If you cut pieces of cardstock for mattes, you can hold 12 photos 4 x 2.5 inches in size!

Another hiding place!

Here's the back when the wallet is unfolded.

Who knew there would be a photo there?!?!?!?!?!?

Oh! And another!

The back with the last hidden photos pulled out.



And, from the front so that you can see my gorgeous kids!

5 comments:

Amy Leggate said...

Great Job with the kit! WOW!! Your work is awesome! I love the butterfly tail with the rikrak! and the flowers you made are just great!

Heather said...

Gorgeous work Carol!! That photo holder is fantastic...I need a tutorial!!

Kraftin' Kimmie said...

Fabulous job Carol! Love the layouts of your gorgeous kiddos! And the cards and photo wallet ROCK!! Great stuff!!

Kim B. said...

I just drooled over all your projects AGAIN, Carol! I love everything you did with the kit! I would love to know how you made that little folder/mini album! Do share! :)

Candace said...

What a cute folder/card, Carol. It's fabulous.