Thursday, June 27, 2019

Kit Fail Part 2

   Sorry for the delay on part 2 of this Mother's Day layout. This time I used the right side of the sketch from Scrap Our Stash and the elements for the challenge. 

    Here is the reveal, I am sorry again for the fuzzy photo. It has been a while since I photographed layouts so I am a little rusty.
Supplies: pattern paper (Pebble Inc., Echo Park Paper Co., and Crate Paper, die cuts (Echo Park Paper Co., and Studio G), stickers (Echo Park Paper, Co., Fancy Pants Designs, A Beautiful Mess, and Carta Bella), sequins (SpiegelMom Scraps),flair (Pretty Little Studio), washi tape (The Paper Studio)

   This is a summer sequin mix that I have had for a couple of years, I am still in love with it. 
   Here are the left and right side pages together. 

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Kit Fail Part 1

   I know that the post title seems a little odd since I am sharing a layout but the whole thing is all about the subscription kit from Echo Park. I was going to use nothing but the items from the kit on Mother's Day layout but I then remember that I already bought some paper a couple of months ago with the holiday in mind. 
   Anyways, today I will be sharing half of the double page layout that I created for the Scrap Our Stash June challenge
   As you can see I created with the left side of the sketch, added numbers and used a subtle polka dot pattern paper and doily. 
Supplies: pattern paper (American Crafts, Pebble Inc., Echo Park Paper Co., and Crate Paper, die cuts (Echo Park Paper Co., and Studio G), stickers (American Crafts, Echo Park Paper, Co., Fancy Pants Designs, Crate Paper and Carta Bella), sequins (SpiegelMom Scraps), die (Heidi Swapp), embossing folder (Project Life), washi tape (The Paper Studio)

   I couldn't resist adding a little sprinkle of sequins. 

Monday, June 17, 2019

June SID

   I am happy to share with your this month's card sketch that I created for Stick It Down. It is super simple, which I love sketches like this because they are fast but can easily be changed up. 
   This card was made because my brother needed a "Thank You" card to send to our grandparents for his birthday. I kept the design very clean, which I always seem to do when it is a card from or to a guy. 

Supplies: cardstock (The Paper Studio), pattern paper (Crate Paper and KaiserCraft), washi tape (My Mind's Eye), die cut (Pretty Little Studio), stamp (Avery Elle), ink (Tsukineko), sequins (SpiegleMom Scraps) 

I love the stamp from Avery Elle, this is where my brush lettering goals are. One of these days, I will get there but I need to find the time to practice. 

Thanks for stopping by and be sure to head over to the Stick It Down blog for the full reveal, check out the sponsor and see the layout sketches.