Yayy I received my kit from My Scrapbook Nook, the DT that I have become a new member of.
It always seems such a long time when you are stalking the mailman and waiting for something that you really wanted yesterday! In reality it arrived very fast!
I will start by showing you a picture of the contents of this beautiful and versatile kit based on the "Simple Stories" "Summer Fresh collection".
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I wanted to make a quick and simple page to go with my presentation of the kit this month.
I only used the contents of the kit and I did not even open the containers of embellishments as there are so many elements to cut out from the "Summer Fresh" papers.
I did use the green Thickers that came with the kit for my title.
I did a little bit of fussy cutting and I misted the background. I am a bit sad I did though because the lo does not come across as fresh as it might have without the mist, but originally I thought the background I had chosen looked a bit too busy.
I don't think so anymore and would actually have prefered it as it was!
I think these photos are very cute and you will probably see them scrapped again!
I took them last week end when Victoria hed helped Beatrice dress up for a sleep over with a 70's theme. I think she look sso cute here!! (Hey I'm her mum! I am supposed to say that! LOL!)
These are elements I cut out and some stickers from the alpha sheet as well as the larger chipboard alphabet in the kit.
I popped the little banner on pop dots to add some dimension.It looks pretty sweet with those tiny clothes pins.
Those are all my closeups for this layout.
I hope you liked it and that I will see you around here pretty soon again!
Thanks for looking!