I want to share with you a layout I made using heat embossing technique. I used clear powder embossing with different flower stamps I got from my Hip Kit Club.
I stamped the flowers all over the white cardstock using the Versamark pad.
It was so easy to use and stamp on it. Once I was done stamping I started to spread the clear embossing powder. Once it’s covered, I used my heat gun to activate the embossing technique. In person you can feel the texture of the flowers, it’s fascinating!
Afterwards, I added the blue watercolor to show the flowers that I stamped. and it looks great 🙂
For my photos, I’m using 3 small photos of my son standing. He is currently 7 months and he started standing on his own so I had to document this moment!
For my title, I used die cuts from the exclusive ephemera from Hip Kit Club. I love the color pattern of title that blends with the background. I used as well the white puffy alpha exclusive stickers.
I added as well bits of the puffy stickers from the Pinkfresh Studio’s collection ” Just A Little Lovely”.and more from the exclusive die cuts.
For finish touch, I added stitching in the title using the sewing machine.
Here is the process video of the layout:
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I have a new layout to share with you using Paige Evans free cut file ” Love you tons” + the exclusive stencil she designed for Hip Kit Club.
The file came with a cutting guide for stitching and this was a great opportunity for me to use my floss threads, I have so many of those!
Before cutting the pattern paper, I used the stencil with a little bit of texture paste and let it dry. Once its dry, I run the paper through my silhouette.
Then I began stitching the holes, it took me about 3 days to complete- since there were so many little holes and I used to each letter different color to make look even more fun and colorful!
Then I glued the letters through my silhouette, I used here different pattern papers (all the papers came in my Hip Kits).
For the letter O (there were 3 of them), I thought about about another layer on top and then my picture on the top of everything- I love adding texture by layering papers. I used foam adhesive to make it pop out of the layout,
I added bits and pieces of embellishments from the ‘ Horizon’ Collection/ Pinkpaislee. I added very little so it won’t cover my stitching 🙂
And this was my layout 🙂
I hope I inspired in creating a similar layout, it may take a while but it sooo worth it!
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This layout is just full of pinky hearts!
I used Hip Kit’s February kit to make this layout,. I started by fussy cutting these hearts in different sizes from the exclusive pattern paper. I place different sizes of hearts on top of each other to create dimension and I stitched on the middle part of the heart.
Once I finished with all of the cutting and sewing, I cut one the exclusive cut files of this month. I cut the cut file to three pieces so I can place them in different positions on the layouts. On top of the cut file, I place my stitched hearts.
Now time to embellish! this was and always be my favourite part in scrapbooking 🙂
I’m using Carta Bella ‘Flower Market’ collection, Pinkpaislee’s ‘Whimisical’ collection, Pinkfresh Studio’s ‘Everyday Musings’.
I added as well one of the exclusive flairs.
I made the title from combination of foam sticker from Dear Lizzy’s ‘Hooray’ collection, die cut from the ephemera pack from the ‘Whimsical’ collection by Pinkpaislee and puffy sticker from Pinkfresh Studio’s ‘Everyday Musings’.
here is the process video:
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I’m back with a new layout using my Hip Kit Club’s kits. I love flowers so much, so I designed few florals cut files for this layout. These were were perfect for the photo, since the picture was taken in our park where there were lots of flowers.
I worked with the exclusives printables for this month, there were great flowers and branches that worked great with my layout.
If you’re interested in my cut files, you can download them for free here.
I used as well bits of the exclusive ephemera from their December kit.
I used mix of blue and green shimmerz colors to create colorful mix media in the background.
This was an easy and fun layout to make and one of my favourites, I encourage you to use my cutfile and create something awesome with it 🙂
Until next time 🙂
I really love how this layout turned out!! So many beautiful florals and the background itself is beautiful, with a touch of floral embellishments it makes everything perfect!
I used Pinkfresh Studio “Indigo Hills 2″ collections mostly on this layout, starting with the background pattern paper ” Meadow” and I used as well their gold puffy alpha stickers, it looks so great on that background!
I wanted a lot of florals elements in this layout, so I designed bunch of flowers and back them up with different pattern papers that came in my September Hip kit.
To add a bit of details , I stitched on few of them by using different colors of embroidery floss.
I had butterflies from previous layout I made, so I thought why not use them- they’re are part of the garden theme 🙂
To complete my layout I added floral rub-ons from Pinpaislee’s “Auburn Lane” collection, I love the subtle look it has. I added few enamel dots and to frame my photo I used this floral oval shape frame from the chipboard sticker.
I added bits of chipboard stickers from Crate Paper’s “Willow Lane” collection.
Here is how the layout looks!
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I’m back with another layout using Hip Kits! I still have tons of scrapbook supplies from the kits I received. I’m currently working with my September and August Kits.
In this layout I’ll be using mainly the “Willow Lane” collection by Crate Paper designed by Maggie Holmes. This is a really fun collection full of cute illustrations, florals and butterflies!
I started by fussy cutting all the beautiful butterflies in “Flutter” pattern paper, then I stick behind them a piece of vellum. I stitched through both pieces to glue them together.
For my background I used Shimmerz (Frost bite, Pretty in Pink, Razzeldazzle Berry, Oakie blue and Blue jeans) to make colorful splatters. Once it got dried, I cut from a little bit from each edge of the page and used “”Sweet Rose” pattern paper to place behind it.
and finally stitched around using my sewing machine.
I started placing and sticking down my butterflies to make a half circle frame on the left and right side of the layout.
In the middle of the layout I started playing with my title. I used the “Cheerful”, “Twilight” and from the Indigo Hills 2 collection by Pinkfresh Studio- the puffy alpha stickers.
To embellish I used the foam sticker, sticker sheet, washi tapes and embellishment pack from the collection. I added as well some enamel dots from the “Indigo Hills 2” collection.
To frame my photo I used one of the frames that were in the “Indigo Hills 2” collection.
Here is the process video:
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I’m back with another layout I made using my Hip Kits 🙂
I used mostly Pinkfresh Studio’s “Indigo Hills” collection, I really love this collection
it has a great variety of watercolor patterns- lots of blues and purples.
This was an easy and fast layout to make,. The pattern I used has a beautiful watercolor floral background and thought that this was perfect for my picture and doesn’t need a change.
Because the background is beautiful, I didn’t want to cover it too much. I used this huge chipboard round frame to frame my picture.
For embellishments- I added this beautiful dimensional butterflies from Jen Hadfield and added few rub ons from Pinkpaislee.
For my title I used the word ” Moments” from Crate Paper’s puffy sticker that came in the September kit. I added the clear sticker word “Lovely” from Crate Paper as well.
I felt I needed to add something in the bottom of the layout, I added this cute blue fringe under the frame from Crate Paper and few more clear stickers.
Here is my process video:
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