As promised, today kicks off a new series about how to use page kits in all sorts of creative ways! I'm super excited about this endeavor and I hope you are too! As described in yesterday's post, here's the page kit I made:
It includes papers from Quick Quotes and Teresa Collins, as well as solid color cardstock, a sheet of QQ punch-outs, Some bling, ribbon, epoxy stickers, and brads. I added some photos I wanted to scrap of my beautiful daughter and son-in-law that were taken during an engagement portrait session.
My layout includes several punch outs from a Quick Quotes page I had, I trimmed them so that all the edges were clean (no little paper "tabs" from punching them out) and then inked the edges. I put one little butterfly on top of another and bent the wings up to give them dimension, and then added a little bling on the body of the butterfly,
I did a little more layering on the second page. I have more bling peeking out from behind the center photo. I also cut up the page of Bingo cards and played peek-a-boo with a couple of them. I matted all of the photos on black cardstock to ground everything and add some extra pop to the page.
I hope you're liking what you see so far! The next project using more of the same page kit will be a 12 x 12 pocket page posted on Thursday.
I really curious to know how you use your page kits...do you just make a layout and toss the rest in with your scraps, or do you make multiple items? Please tell me!! I'd love to know what you're up to!
Happy Scrapping! ~Amy E