Saturday, 18 November 2017

Lauren - November Kit - Elf

Welcome back readers!

When I sat down to create again with the lovely Christmas inspired November Embellishment Kit I was inspired by the goodies and my choice of printed photos to make a project life layout.

I dug dig into my stash of different type of project life page protectors to get the 6 vertical 4x6 pockets page protector.

My son had chosen some of his favourite antics that Zac the elf had done last Christmas (2016), and these were the four photos I used.

I started by cutting two 4x6 cards out of the patterned paper, using the tree and the mistletoe pattern papers for those two cards. I then got started on individually embellishing each card/photo.

First Card - I used a cut-a-part label with the words Stay Cool, added a candy cane button and a label for journaling (label from stash)

Poor Zac the Elf!

Second card - Filler Card.
Used the mistletoe patterned paper for the base, added the 3x4 filler card, the tree paperclip, a label from cut apart sheet, washi and stickers from the Aussie plant sticker sheet.

Third Card - Back to a photo.
Kept it simple with the other half of the label from previous card, a strip of washi, one of the handmade flair, added a puffy heart (from my stash).

Cheeky Zac eating our lollies!!

Another Filler Card - using the tree patterned paper as background, using a oval frame sticker to start. Added the beautiful handmade flower and layered some flower stickers behind that lovely 3D paper flower.
Used a cut-a-part word that I added a banner to and used pink sharpie to outline the word to make it stand out more, and added the rest of the title (handwritten).

Zac hiding in the tree with a new Christmas video for us!.
Added washi to a piece of white cardstock so that can be placed on top of the photo (and not be totally transparent) - topped it with a beautiful handmade flair. To draw your eye to bottom of the photo added the lovely exclusive chipboard title - kept it natural to make it stand out on this photo.

To round out the layout, I started with the word cut-a-part - added fish tail banner on each end of it. Layering it on the ornament patterned paper and attaching to bottom of the photo with tiny attacher. The candy cane button gave that embellishment cluster some more interest. Finishing the photo off with the corner sticker from Aussie flower sticker sheet.

Zac thought he would cook some smarties for us HAHAHAHA !!

With Four embellished photos and two filler cards the project life spread was completed. Love the Aussie Christmas look of this layout.

Thank you for visiting, remember to check out the other blog posts and related videos of the design team. Get your hands on the kits to enjoy great embellishments that jazz up any scrapbooking creation you make.


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