May 13, 2009
This month's kit contains:
Basic Grey "Marrakech" Collection Pack:
- 18 beautiful papers - a Moroccan-inspired collection of patterns and prints in fiery crimson, fresh basil, patina green, curry yellow and peacock blues
- One Sheet of cordinating Alphabet Stickers
- One sheet of coordianting cardstock stickers
- Two pieces of Bazzill BLING cardstock in matching jewel tones
- A selection of Basic Grey painted brads from the Marrakech collection
- A selection of Basic Grey painted buttons from the Marrakech collection
- Coordinating paper flowers by Imaginisce in blue, and rouge
- White paper flowers by Kaiser - perfect for coloring with ink, paint, glimmer mist, etc
All for the great price of $24.98! Get 'em while we got 'em!
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Ok, here's MY reveal... don't forget to check out the following blogs for more inspiration from this kit! Kim, Heather, and guest designer Sarah.
My poor neighbours. They have plastic shopping bags stuck in their trees. Not very green, I know. We have limited the bags to in the house now!
Ah, MY GIRL! We had a fabulous day at the park and I LOVE these shots! I used one of the patterned papers that had white on it to mat all of the photos. I used white foam thickers that I inked for the title...
Tanner LOVES the trampoline my parents bought the kids! I really wanted the focus to be on the photos. I didn't end up matting them, but I did use a dark blue Tombow marker to outline them all.
On this layout, I cut a circle out of the orange bling cardstock and then I cut a circle a little bigger from the patterned paper. I turned that circle over and inked it with orange ink. I then pieced it back together and then offset the orange bling circle slightly.
I don't even know if Elsie was really sad in this photograph, or if she was just tired of posing for me while I played with my new camera! Either way, I LOVE this shot! I knew it had to be a large, one-photo layout! (Oh, and I'm not quite sure what's going on with the colour in the pic of the layout... but you get the idea!)
This started out as a "simple" card in my head, but then the layers just grew and grew... but I am happy with the end result. I just have to stop designing in the wee, wee hours of the night.