These kits are filled with brand new products from Simple Stories, Bella Blvd, Crate Paper, Pink Fresh Studio and Prima Marketing! The Scrapbook Kit has two exclusive vinyl cut titles created just for you! If you are not sure how to transfer the vinyl onto your layout, just ask one of the girls at the store, they would be happy to help you out!
We will be sharing a few of the layouts designed by our Design Team today on the blog but, if you absolutely can’t wait to see them all, you can always find them on our website here.
First up, is a bright and fun layout by Krista
Krista die cut her flowers using the Flower Fold Steel Rule Die by Richard Garay and painted them with the beautiful Color Reveal Watercolors by Crate Paper. This package includes thirty six soft and subtle watecolors in an assortment of colors. They are perfect for customizing any project! Can you believe we included them in this months kit?
She also used the Silver Wishes Stamp/Die by Richard Garay and tucked them in behind her watercolored flowers. Looks great!
She used the exclusive Vinyl Cut File for her title! I love the combination of script and Sans Serif fonts together!
Karen created another layout of her sweet niece!
Karen also used the Color Reveal Watercolors by Crate Paper and watercolored her die cut hearts. She left a slight white border around the edge to make them “pop” a bit! The great thing about these watercolors is they are a bit on the subtle side however, if you apply a few layers you can get them to be as bold as you would like. Be sure to dry your project with a heat tool before adding a second or third coat.
Karen also created her own title using the watercolors and then fussy cut around the edges! I can tell she has been practicing her hand lettering! It looks so “amazing!”
Our last layout today is another one by Krista.
She fussy cut the big bold flowers from the Magnifique Paper by Bella Blvd and layered them with pop dots and flowers from the Paper Pieces pack. She stitched her flowers down using her sewing machine and applied prills to the centers using glossy accents.
To finish it off she used the Distress Splatter Brush by Tim Holtz to add drops of white paint around her layout.