Saturday, 24 February 2018

Sarah - February Kit - Brotherly Love

Hello crafty friends, Sarah here again with a second layout using the fabulous February Scrapping Fun embellishment kit. With two layouts down, there is still so many embellishments left in this kit....such great value!
This is a photo of my two boys holding hands one evening as we went for a walk. With any children, it's nice to capture these kind moments to one another when they happen and documenting them for future memories. This is an 8.5X11 inch layout for my family album.

As in my last layout for the February embellishment kit, I created colour in the background using my gelli plate. This time it was a round plate using Brushos. Brushos are a highly pigmented powder water colour that is activated with water. I tapped some Brusho powder on to my gelli plate and activated it with my water brush. I then flipped the plate over and pressed on to the Kaisercraft cardstock. See below for pictures of how this was done. Be sure to dry in betweebn each colour application. The colours I chose were to pick up on the colours in my son's shorts in the photo.
I matted the photo on some crinkled, red tissue paper. The heading is positioned on some washi from the kit and the LOVE is a cut out also from the embellishment kit. The green puffy letter stickers are from D-Lish Scraps.
I hope you enjoyed this layout and will be sure to get all your embellishment needs at the Scrapping Fun website at http://scrappingfunkits.blogspot.com.au

Wednesday, 21 February 2018

Lisa - February Kit - Great Nan

Hello again, this is my last layout using the February embellishment kit from Scrapping Fun Kits and what a great kit it was. So versatile, I got three, embellishment heavy, 12x12 layouts from the one kit. One for a boy, one a girl and a vintage 12x12 layout all from the one kit, now how versatile is that !!




This is my Great-Grandmother, Emma (Amy) Herne Dudgeon, nee Hannigan. She lived to 99 years of age. This is her 94th Birthday in 1985. I was 12 years old.








I started with a cream/beige colours background and distressed the edges with Vintage shade ink pad from Kaisercraft.

The papers behind the photo are all scraps from my stash, I store them colour coded in A4 Ziplock bags especially for times like this. I have ink distressed all the edges of all the papers & cut aparts.

The Title is made from painted wood veneer lettering for the word "Great" and some very old Heidi Swapp lettering, that was in my stash for "Nan". Great Nan is what we called her 💖

The photo is originally in colour but the colours were quite harsh (Dark Blue's & Orange) so I decided to turn it, Black & White. I printed it on the Canon Selphy and ink distressed the edges as well. I used the top of a small tag from the Kit cut-apart at the top of the photo and embellished it with a small button.

On the left-hand side of the photo, I have used some mulberry paper flowers/leaf I have had in my stash for a while. They were quite bulky so I squished the white ones down and removed the little foam ball from the centre of the pink one.

I have used the gorgeous wood veneer hearts from the kit and added a Vintage button to the centre of the rose where the bulky foam ball was before. I find the buttons go really well with Vintage designs.

To the right of the photo, I have used mostly items from the kit except for the Vintage Button. Charity stores are a great place to find buttons, especially vintage ones.

I laid down the large tag and then embellished it. The wood veneer "Love" word heart fit so well on top of the lace heart. I did darken it a bit with some pink and then vintage ink.

I painted some of the tiny wood veneer hearts brown and added them to the Love Bingo Card, framed by the gorgeous metal rose. Then added some raw Wood veneer hearts along the bottom of the tag.

I hope you enjoyed this layout, it was very special to me.

See you all next month. Take Care !!







































Tuesday, 20 February 2018

Lauren ~~ Back to School Kit - 8.5 x 11 layout #2

When I said previously that once I started creating with the great back to school embellishment kit I couldn't stop.....here is second layout. Another 8.5 x 11 to fit in back of page protector of previous layout.

This time I ripped out a piece of A4 lined paper out of old notebook and used tiny attacher to staple it to the 8.5 x 11 cardstock.

I added the photo straight onto the layout without layers, and set about cutting out some cut a parts from the cut a part sheets included in the embellishment kit.

I added the circle journaling spot and the beautiful crochet red apple to bottom right of the photo. Starting the embellishment cluster strong!

The cut a part banners and the blackboard looking sign helped the embellishment cluster grow and support the photo to the right.

Some amazing blue metal flowers were added to sprinkle the embellishments and texture around the cluster.

To highlight the photo some more I added some scribble lines as a border.

Simple but amazingly brilliant layout that was easily put together with the add  of the back to school embellishment kit.


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Saturday, 17 February 2018

Morgyn ~ Scrapping Fun Kits ~ Travellers Notebook Kit ~ Colour Fun Run

Hi Scrappers, Morgyn here sharing my latest layout using the Summer Travellers Notebook kit (and some of the promo kit Raelene had given me) from Scrapping Fun Kits.



I love how perfect this photo is to use with the Summer kit.  Sam had a colour fun run at his school late last year and this was the after photo.  He was given the pair of yellow sunglasses he is wearing, how wonderful is the sunglass paper and sticker to match?


For the left hand side of the spread I used a paper from my promo kit as the pink matched the splatter on the other side.  I used the blue boarder strip down the middle and a piece of the pink/yellow washi tape.  I mounted my photo on a yellow embellishment piece and used the rainbow letters for my title.



On the right side of the layout I used the sunglasses paper for my background, then I cut out the pink 'summer splash' from an embellishment card.  Together with the sunglasses sticker they made a neat embellishment cluster.  For my journalling spot I trimmed down a journal card and used a green boarder sticker to make another little cluster.

This page came together so quickly and easily (it helps that all the kit pieces coordinate together.
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Thank for stopping by

Morgyn  xx

Friday, 16 February 2018

Lauren ~~ Traveler's Notebook Promo Kit -- Spring Landscape photo layout


There are wonderful promo kits that Raelene has been providing the design team in preparation for the release of the Traveler's Notebook Kit in autumn.

I started this layout with a horizontal 4 x 6 photo that depicted how the layout started.

I turned the TN insert sideways and placed the photo on the top half.

Was then so much fun to play with the cards and tags and washi and die cuts to arrange a beautiful spring inspired cluster on the bottom side.

Was then nice to balance the whole layout off with a title and some die cut flowers to top right side of photo and layout. 

Enjoy the close ups and the final photo of full layout of the TN insert layout. 

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Thursday, 15 February 2018

Morgyn ~ Valentines Planner Spread ~ February embellishment kit

Hi Crafty people,

Morgyn here sharing my current travellers notebook planner spread using this months embellishment kit. It was too perfect for Valentines day 💕


Here are a couple of close ups of each page.



I used the wider heart washi tape to mark Valentines day.  I added a little title with my own red hearts too.  I used red and pink pens for my days & dates to match with the fun washi tape.



I trimmed the other washi tape in half lengthways to make a border at the top, then used the skinny washi at the bottom to mark off my meals section.  The gold 'love' paper clip was super perfect to mark my page in the planner (makes it nice and easy to find the week i'm up to).

Have a great scrappy day

Morgyn   xx

Wednesday, 14 February 2018

Lauren ~~ February Embellishment Kit -- 12x12 "Love"

Morning everyone,

I was so in love (pun intended) with the February embellishment  kit that was hard not to hoard it. Also lately I have not be able to get enough  of the mixed media backgrounds. 

So i started off by misting water onto the background and then spraying  every  pink and red spray mist I own hehe. Once it was dried I sprinkled water on to the page and waited few  minutes before drying that with paper towel  - this leaves water resist marks which give depth and look of texture to the misted background.

Now it was time for the fun of making embellishment clusters and layers behind the photo. I chose a lovely photo of my sons with their great grandfather from last christmas and layer some of the paper and the heart gold doily behind it.

I then got to add some washi strips and the beautiful floral covered wood veneer. Also cut a part tag and phrase. Finishing it off with the big pink flower and hearts of the wood veneer and bling variety.



Because the misted background  covered the whole page i added a straight line border and drew some hearts along these  lines to draw eye into the page rather than it floating off.

Thanking you
Lauren

Tuesday, 13 February 2018

Lauren ~~ Back to School Kit - 8.5 x 11 Layout


I absolutely love this stand alone embellishment kit - amazing for back to school scrapping and once I started I couldn't stop creating !!!!

I started this layout by using old loyalty card to scrape black paint on to the majority of the page.

Whilst I waited for it to dry I got stuck into the layers behind the photo.

I used my paper distresser  to rough up the edges of the lined paper included in the kit. Once that was done I then scrunched the whole page up in my hands to give it wrinkles and more distressed look.

I cut out the lined blackboard card (ripping out the part that will be covered by the photo for later) and attached it to behind the photo with the apple paperclip.

The back to school washi was added to be the title of the layout.

Added more washi in the form of the crayon washi to bottom of the paper layers along with a cut a part word strip for extra embellishment down the bottom of the layout.

I was dying to use the resin peices as soon as I opened the embellishment kit, I placed on down bottom and one to the top of the photo layers.

Finishing off the whole layout with the perfect blue metallic sequins - sprinkling down the layout.


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Monday, 12 February 2018

Raelene - Summer Moodboard - Sandy Toes

Today I am sharing my layout for the Summer Moodboard.

I used the December Embellishment Kit and some bits from my stash

I started by selecting 2 papers from the December Embellishment Kit and cutting them to fit the the TN pages.
Then I added a border sticker from a upcoming TN Kit to give some extra texture.











Then I added my photo and started embellishing with washi bits from my stash.













I decided to scrap a gorgeous photo of my Mr 11's feet when he was about 2 or 3 years old and we were at the beach.  All electronic storage that the photo was stored on was damaged so I no longer have the dates of the photo and have to guess his age.


I accidentally tore my paper a tiny bit so covered the tear with a flat enamel dot and well I couldn't have just one enamel dot randomly on my layout so I added 5 more on the layout.

I love how the layout turned out, it is very cute and feels very summery even though the photo was taken on a overcast day.

Friday, 9 February 2018

Raelene - February Kit - Summer Love YouTube Hop - Love


Scrapping Fun Kits is proud to be sponsoring the Summer Love YouTube Hop. I (Raelene) am excited to have created a video for this hop.  



The prize for this hop is a February Kit.  To enter prize draw hope along to each video and leave a comment on each video.









Here is the Hop order

Amy Lane  
Lauren WK  
Silvia from Aussie Scrapper  
Amira from AmiraInOz  
Dyspraxic Organised Scrapper

Morgyn from For The Love Of Paper 




I decided to do a layout about my boys and hubby's first cuddles with our granddaughter using the kit that is the prize for the hop.


How gorgeous is that metal filigree rose and those flowers from Green Tara are just so yummy.  I really love these elements from the kit.









I love how this layout turned out, for details head to my hop video and check out how it came together.


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Good luck to everyone who enters.

Raelene - School Kit - Teacher Gift

A advantage of creating these kits for you is I get the supplies a little early and when it came to the stand alone School Kit I knew the school book charm was going to be perfect for making a cute keychain for Mr E's teacher in 2017.
I didn't want it to be too chunky as I wanted to be mindful that his teacher may not like chunky keychains but the school book charm has a lovely weight to it that I thought would be great for helping find keys in the bottom of a handbag.

One of the big beads from this broken necklace was the perfect addition to the school book charm to make a simple but cute keychain.













How cute is that book stack?

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Sarah - February kit - Cover Page

Hello crafty friends, Sarah here today with the February embellishment kit from Scrapping Fun Kits. Wow, what a fantastic kit this is!
The February embellishment kit is not only great for those 'love' themed pages, but would be fantastic for card making or those off the page projects. For this layout, I have used an 8.5X11 inch page os Kaisercraft cardstock and have created a February cover page for my 2017 family album (yes, I am still working on 2017!).

For the background I used some Jane Davenport Brights collection water colours on my small gelli plate (3X5 inch from Gelli Arts) and stamped this on to the cardstock. See below for how this was done. This was the first time I had used these watercolours and LOVE them! The colours are so vibrant! I printed one colour at a time and allowed it to dry before printing the next one. This ensures that the colours do not mix and turn to a muddy colour.
The photo of my husband and myself was double matted on the gorgeous heart paper provided in the kit. I then added the LOVE bingo cut apart under the photo to the right. The LOVE paperclip was added to the photo....perfect! Lets take a closer look (dont mind the paint I got on one of the heart veneers - I am such a messy creator!). The puffy letter stickers are from D-Lish Scraps.
I hope you enjoyed this layout. Be sure to get your February kit or subscribe so you dont miss out at http://scrappingfunkits.blogspot.com.au/. Until next time....

Thursday, 8 February 2018

Sarah- TN Kit - 'Hi'

Hello crafty friends, Sarah here with a Travellers Notebook layout for you using the Scrapping Fun TN kit.
For this layout I was inspired by 'Love to Scrap On's Traveler's Notebook monthly challenge, as pictured below.
For the background page of this layout I used the most gorgeous pink floral vellum from the TN kit. The black and white polka dot tag was a lovely contrast to the paler background. This was cut in half (with a little more cut off to add to the top right hand corner) and positioned behind my photo. The chipboard 'Hi' I inked black and added some of the cut out roses for embellishing.
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Wednesday, 7 February 2018

Lisa - February Kit - Baby Brother

Hello again and welcome to my second layout using the February Scrapping Fun Embellishment Kit. If you remember my first layout "Big Sister" was using the same photos in a very similar design.


Because this will be going in my daughters' album I have concentrated on the softer pinks in the kit but have again used the blue patterned papers to compliment the blue in the photos. I have layered the gorgeous gold heart and pink hearts patterned paper from the kit under the photo as well as some blue word paper from my stash. I have not matted the photos in this layout.


When seeing the kit for the first time I saw all the "Love" themed embellishments and when doing this layout I remembered the song "All you need is love" by the Beatles and the line "Love Love Love". I darkened the wood veneer by spraying some Denim Kaisermist over the top.


I used the pink heart washi along the side of the photo and the red hearts to add some interest to that corner of the photos. I have used some Thickers from my stash for the title.


In the top right corner, I have added another little embellishment cluster using all kit items.

The one thing I wish I did in this layout is lifted the main photo display, It ended up a little too low on the page for my liking. Oh well. I don't think it really matters, I always feel the main thing is that the photos are documented.



See you later in the month with my third layout using the February Kit. Which will be quite different with a Vintage twist.

Bye!!




Tuesday, 6 February 2018

Lisa - School Kit - First Day of High School

Hello, friends and welcome to my layout using the Scrapping Fun stand-alone School Kit. All my children are adults now but I have lots of school photo's from back in the day to scrap. The photo I used in this layout is from 2003 on my Step-Son's first day of High School. The photo is tiny as it was taken with an old Polaroid i-zone camera. All the embellishments & paper I have used are from the kit except for the tiny bit of blue string, word "high school", and the background blue and white. So you can really see what great kit this is.


I started the background to match the school uniform using a blue piece of cardstock and laying a white 5" piece of white paper vertically down the middle. I trimmed the edges with washi tape from the kit. As there was not enough washi to do the full length of the page I have left the middle is it would have been covered anyway, giving the illusion it goes through all the way. Then I have placed the photo's and embellishments horizontally across the middle.            
                                                                           Let's take a closer look at this embellishment cluster from left to right. I have used the Alphabet printed paper from the kit in the background and so it stretches across the full length of the page I have cut it and placed them on the edges while I fill in the middle. I have also used the lines paper and punched holes in it like folder refills. I fussy cut the apple and laid the crotcheted apple on top with the gorgeous little ABC embellishment. I then tied a bow with some blue string through the punched hole.

Next, we move on to the photo which I have matted on the black lines block from the kit and then overlayed the yellow back to school frame die cut. Then affixed its top and bottom with the "Back to School" washi tape. (I have also affixed it with tape underneath.                                                                    To the right of the photo, I have attached the apple paperclip and the clock flair (which coincidently would have been the time he started school). The title of this layout doesn't really stand out which is something different for me but I have mixed it in with the embellishment cluster "First day of school"

                                                                                                                    Over to the far right of the page now and it is a little lighter on the embellishments that the rest. You can see the other part of the alphabet patterned paper sticking out. I have used some more cut-outs to extend the cluster a little and added a little interest with the stars.                                                        And that's it...what a great kit. I just added a little journaling below the photo of the lined paper. Below is the finished layout.