Wednesday, February 2, 2011

The February Kit at The Scrapping Spot...and some layouts and cards!!!

The Feb kit with The Scrapping Spot is......Fine & My Minds Eye!  And I have to say it is Fine & Dandy :)  I loved the soft colors and patterns of the papers, and Jill and Cathy once again nailed the embellishments as well, crisp white lace trim, tulle, felt butterflys, blingy brads, fun banner stickers.....and more.  So without further delay I will share The Scrapping Spot's February Kit - Fine & Dandy:
Purty huh?  Love it!  And the contents are:
Features My Mind's Eye Fine & Dandy line (all papers are double sided).
2 Bazzill Blossom.
1 yd. White eyelet hearts.
1-Banner tickled pink stickers.
1/2 pkg. Pebbles felt flowers.
1/3 pkg. Fabric Flower Olivia bloomers,
20" Polka dot/Chocolate ribbon,
1/3 pkg. Class A peel dot sparkler stockers,
1-Shapes Cherry Hill Die cut,
8 ea. White tulle circles.
3 of each color Orange and pink brads.
1 sheet Scribbles border.

I so enjoyed working with this kit and I even have leftovers after completing 5 layouts and two cards...its one packed kit!

So let me share my cards first!
This first card is one that I did for my good friend Kelly who just had a baby girl in December...a little early, so I didnt get my crocheted blanket done in time for her sweet Braelyn!
This next card I created with the sketch from My Minds Eye for their January Challenge, I used my Cricut to cut the pieces for this card:
And now for my could use this kit for Valentines Day if you wanted but you totally dont have to!!  I scrapped snow boarding, Halloween, everyday, and Wedding!!

This first layout is one that I did with the January Sketch Challenge over at My Minds Eye!

My Halloween layout is of my granddaughter Jenna, she was Alice and the color of her dress was exact to the blues in the papers!  The little epoxy heart on the tree was made from the kit papers and my Epiphany Crafts large heart Shape Maker, love that tool!!!
And then we have my daughter Rachel and her love at a friends wedding.  I sprayed the background paper with a mist and strung my banner on bakers twine!  Lots of border punched strips create the layers under the photo and those Scribbles borders are the perfect touch!
I used this sweet sunset pic of my grandkids visiting the ducks at the golf course on my next layout and grounded it by using paint on the background paper.  I also used the new Epiphany Crafts Shape Maker for the large epoxys on the circles made with contrasting papers!  Thats a fun tool!
I just love the banners in this kit!!  They are perfect for titles!!

I have loved sharing my creations with you from the Feb kit from The Scrapping Spot!  And I promise you........buying this kit will put a smile on your face ;)


Dolores said...

Julie absolutely beautiful!!!! love all of the projects!!!

just lisa said...

Loving all the banners on your layouts!! The paint on the pattern paper looks awesome too!