Thursday, March 07, 2019

My Creative Scrapbook-Creative Kit Projects

Hi Scrapping Friends!!!

This month I got to play with the beautiful Creative Kit from My Creative Scrapbook

Here's a quick summary of the products found in this month's Creative Kit...Echo Park 'I Heart Crafting' Collection is the main Collection, as well as one sheet of Pink Paislee 'Turn The Page 08' and one sheet of  Crate Paper 'Maggie Holmes-Anne' from the Flourish Collection. Also included in the kit is the 'I Heart Crafting' element stickers and ephemera die cut pieces, Jillibean harvest foam stickers, perfect for page titles, a Heidi Swepp stencil, Echo Park enamel dots and a embroidery hoop.

Here are my projects and some close-ups created with this kit...

Use the embroidery hoop with some hand stitching to create a title for my page. 

The art supplies and florals found on the patterned paper 'Make Pretty Things' and 'Fancy Floral' were perfect for fussy cutting! Add them in layers in two clusters to accept my photo and title.   
A Work Of Art.....

More fussy cutting!  

New this month at My Creative Scrapbook is exclusive cut files from The Cut Shoppe. 
I use only the arrows in one of the circle cut file to create my background, back it with some patterned paper and added some machine stitching across the top.    


Choose Joy...

A hand stitched circle as well as the Heidi Swapp stencil included in this months Creative kit was used to create this beautiful mix media background. 

I love layering and the beautiful colors and pattern found in this collection were perfect in    building up the many layers behind my photo. 

I used a few die cut pieces from the Ephemera pack as well as some element stickers to create a cluster on the right hand corner of my photo. 

Here you can see I used the Jillibean Garden Harvest foam stickers for my title.



I used the jar image from this cut file and cut it four times using white cardstock, glued together to create some dimension on my page.  
Back the cut file with patterned paper, add some fussy cut foliage, a button and some die cut stars  which added lots of interest and texture to my page.    

For my photo, I added a couple layers of patterned paper as well as a die-cut doily and tucked it underneath the cut file.

  I created a pretty cluster in the bottom left hand corner of my layout using a couple of  element stickers and some more fussy cut flowers. You can also see here I added a strip of  patterned paper across the bottom of the page.

I'm so loving those foam stickers from you can see I used the love as my title and place it so it look like it is coming out of the jar or falling into it! 

 I hope you felt inspired today and if you're not a subscriber yet, give it a try. The kits are all so beautiful and you will not regret it!!!!

Thanks for stopping by :) xx


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