Note: just a reminder that all the links I'm sharing below will be live right now 9:00am PST for subscribers and then at 9:00pm PST for non subscribers.
The first Project Life® spread I made was using just the main kit only plus a few digital items too. I totally picked out all of my favorite fall themed cards and a few others that helped tell my store. My favorite thing in the main kit was the masking tape, I LOVED it! I loved that it was a masking tape and not a more sheer washi tape like we have seen before. The sentiments were spot on and they did a great job with this. I also really, really loved that sweater weather card.
Here is a closer look at the left side of the spread. The Scarf stamp set that Tina designed is SO cute! I used the digital version of the stamps here to create the card to pair with my photo of my daughter looking thru my December Daily and I adore this. I may just have to break down and buy the stamp version of this set too, its just too cute.
Paige did it again and designed the coolest Background Cut file set that I used for my title card. I took the 12 x 12 background file and shrank it down and adjusted it to fit on my 6 x 4 card and then printed it out in a light grey color. I pre-punched all the holes and then hand stitched each one. I adore how this came out and love how it fits with the fall theme.
Allison also designed a set of printables for the first time for the digital shop and I really loved what she did. Its a new look that we haven't seen before and that Pumpkin Everything was one of them. I paired it with a printable from Marcy's set and then laid it on top of a printable from Geralyn to create my own card. The trifecta of printables all rolled in to one card.
The second Project Life® spread was a lot of fun to create. I really, really loved the Cozy Card set that Tina designed and so many of them just spoke to me. I ended up taking my color cues from the cards and created a mostly black and white spread with just a few pops of color. I had a lot of fun playing with my photo edits to leave just a hint of color in some of my photos. I used one of the envelopes that came in the Baker Street addon to hold a few other photos as you will see below. I really loved the gold rubons from the Chelsea addon and squeezed as many as I could on to this spread. I used two of the black tags from the Baker Street addon on my envelope and my title card, the one on the title card was just flipped over so it was blank to hold my dates and a little gold star rubon. The one I used on the envelope was long enough that the sentiment was wrapped around the back and hidden allowing for some space to add the rubon.
I really love how simple the spread it but it still covers a lot of different things. I really loved the photo rubons from the Baker Street addon, I love the little pop of color and I love how they look on top of a photo too.
Here's a closer look at the envelope and the photos inside.
The moon shot was pure luck, I was putting my daughter to bed and noticed it out the window, and grabbed my camera to snap a pic as soon as she went to bed. The cozy back card worked perfectly for pajama day and that today's events card was a fun way to journal instead of just writing it all out. I so love working with black and white spreads, its the second time I've done it and its always so much fun to do.
Our Fall Bucket list happened kind of on accident like I mentioned earlier this week. The template set that Shanna designed was so much fun to work with and it was a fun way to make our list look pretty. I just grouped our bucket list items into loose categories that sort of made sense and just started laying them out based on my space needs. I added in the digital stamp brushes; some from the Scrapbook set, the Project Life set and the Forest set to jazz it up a bit. The sentiments on the Project Life set worked so great with three of my categories and that stitching digital stamp is a dream. I love how realistic it looks with just a tiny bit of a drop shadow added.
I turned that tiny little tag on the bottom left into a pocket to hold a tag cut out from one of the cards in the main Project Life® kit just to add a little interactive flair. A simple brad dressed up the piece and it was done. Super simple and it will look great tucked into my Project Life® album as an insert with the season is done.
I thought I was done creating my projects but at the very last minute decided that I really needed to do something with that super cute pumpkin card in the Project Life® main kit, so this layout was born. I completed this whole layout in 20 minutes and I think that's the fastest time ever for me. I used only the Project Life® main kit and the gold card from the Baker Street addon on this layout. I used the masking tape in the main kit was my starting point. I just laid out strips alternating the placement so it was staggered until it filled about 1/3 of my page and then just started layering the cards and my photo. Super quick, super easy and super fall like.
Here's a closer look at all the different layers, I'm a big fan of foam squares and love having things at different heights.
So besides that awesomeness that is coming to you if you are a Project Life® main kit subscriber, these are my top pics of what to look for at reveal;
- Baker Street addon I mean the little flags, the rubons and the foil card, amazing
- Chelsea Street addon, shout it with me GOLD RUBONS! And that mad lib card, totally hoarding it!
- The scarf stamp set, based firmly on the adorableness factor alone
- The Cozy Card set, it has to land in your cart, has too!
- The Halloween Card Set, perfect for those spreads that are coming sooner than you can say Candy Corn.
- and there is another Craft Die set that's super cute!!!!
I hope you all have a great reveal, remember to check out the Creative Team Gallery, its pretty amazing!