Just a round up of my favourite pins today. Hope you enjoy.
In other news, here’s a fab DIY I found: notebooks you can make yourself without any stitching or binding! Check them out here.
Photo Credit: Stephanie Makes
Reading: O Level Pakistan Studies!
Writing: This blog post
Waiting for: My turn to have a shower
Listening to: Demons by Dry the River
Wanting: Freedom from exams, to be accpeted to a DT
Loving: my fat tabby, Ninja
Here is the box I made for a friend a few weeks ago. She wanted something special for her best friend, but with the message in a bottle theme. So I whipped up this box and bottle. More pictures to follow.
So, the surprise! In a few days, I’ll be starting a new series called Share Your Story to showcase a variety of scrapbook artists and their stories. Stay tuned to find out who the first guest is!
I’m finding these new layered beauties everywhere! The best thing is how simple they are – everything is just contained on one spot on the page and then several soft elements lead your eyes around the page.
And Marcy Penner’s layouts are so fun! Again, loving the minimalistic yet layered look. Splatters are my favourite elements!
And here is another one of my favourites. Again, focus on one spot but loving it!
Hope you enjoyed this post!
Hey everyone! Let me show you the two elephant cards that I made yesterday! I was over at Shimelle, where I saw this guest post by Julie Kirk, who discussed so many ways to use old book pages in your projects! Her elephant card really got me inspired. And so, yesterday, I sat down and picked up a few things (my cards are very minimalistic – in supplies – these days!) to make these.
I used paper from Echo Park’s collections: Summer Days and Playground, my typewriter for the greeting, old book page and a wooden stamp from my local craft store (they are handmade in my country to use for fabric stamping but I use it for crafts!). I added a torn strip from my notepaper to give it an eclectic feel and I doodled a border around the edges.
Another one! This time, you can see a piece of gauze behind the elephant! I try to use a wide variety of supplies! The button is from an old sweater, and I knotted some orange twine (I cheated: I took white twine and coloured it orange with my Sharpie.) Some more torn notepaper edge! I love the way it adds to my card.
I hope you like these two. You can follow me on instagram (kitscard).