Monday, March 03, 2014

More Scraptastic Feel Again!

Ok, I know I just shared a couple projects the other day, but I thought I would just post a few more projects using the February Feel Again kit from Scraptastic Kit Club.

The March kits are shipping to the DT right now and I can't wait to get mine in my grubby little hands! It's always a treat to get a new kit in the mail each month.

This month's kit and add on had some of the Crate Paper transparency frames in it. Last week I shared with you how I punched shapes out of the frames to layer on my page. Today, I made a simple pocket out of the same frames. Check it out:

I added some stitching around 3 edges of the frame and then tucked a few sequins and wood veneer hearts inside and finished off my stitching. I only added the bits around the edges of where I knew my photo would be, so as not to have a lot of waste and create unnecessary bulk too!

I added in some of the custom flair from the kit, along with some stamped images from the exclusive stamps, mixed in with some Elle's Studio and Fancy Pants tags.

Here is my page all ready to go! The "joy" word was cut with my Cameo - it's a Jillibean Soup cut available in the Silhouette Store.

This was a quick page with the kit uses more punched transparency frames, over the cool ombre background paper. I mixed in one of the exclusive wood veneer frames and stamps from the kit too!

I did one last page using the Feel Again kit - layering lots of fun Fancy Pants paper and tags on my page, mixing in some Crate Paper transparency elements too.

I used my new Amy Tangerine die and cut out a bunch of "xoxoxo" from different papers in the kit and added them to the top of some neutral cardstock from the kit. The rest of the page came together fairly easily, by just chopping strips of angled paper and layering them together, overlapping when needed and then adding some machine stitching to finish off!

Thanks for stopping by my blog today ! Happy Scrapping :)


Aline Marengo said...

I loved these pages... So very beautiful!

Patricia Roebuck said...