Tuesday, 6 December 2011

December kit samples - part 1

Our December kit is crammed full of goodies and even after creating these pages I still have oodles of the kit left over to make tons more! We gave the kit to Claire and Tracey to play with and I'll be posting their pages seperately to showcase their amazing talent. I came up with three single pages and a double and added bits and bobs from my stash because Christmas is all about excess!! Just to let you know, I found some xmas decorations in Asda for just 37p and took them apart to create some of the fab touches on these pages. They look like a cluster of pine sprigs, leaves, pine cones and berries and while they weren't all that as a cluster I loved the individual parts when I cut them up. What a bargain!

One of my favourite parts of the kit is the bottle of pearl paint. It looks pretty dull in the bottle but as soon as you squeeze it out I promise you'll be cooing over just how sparkly it is! All three of us used the paint in lots of different ways including painting it onto the cardstock and paper, stamping with it and even making our own bespoke shimmer sprays - see if you can spot the paint on the layouts above.
The kit contains; 6 sheets of cardstock, 12 sheets of double sided patterned papers including shimmers, 12x12 sheet of cardstock element stickers, 12x12 sheet of cardstock alpha stickers, paper doily, pack of decorative pins, bottle of pearl paint. We will also include the full step-by-step instructions for ALL of the layouts created by all three designers this month.

There is sure to be lots of inspiration for everyone this month and even if you don't have any photos from Christmas past, get these pages made in advance ready for this year and you'll be ahead of the game!

So rifle through your boxes of charms, ribbons and flowers and get ready to play with this huge kit full of Christmas goodies - if you're like me you can never get enough Crimbo fabulousness!!

1 comment:

Ideas for Scrapbookers said...

those layouts are so great, so full of technique and layers.. love em!