Archive for November, 2006

December Kit is Ready!

Our December kit is ready and everything has come together so well. You can check out the full list of contents in our KITS SECTION but I’d like to share a few close up shots of it here.

Each of the 10 sheets of the paper included in the kit are double-sided. You can see one side in the kit picture on the kits section, but here are the reverse sides of the paper.

Hope you are looking forward to this kit!

Varied Looks with December

I have loved working with our December kit. The 10 double-sided papers all have such beautiful, rich patterns and colors.

The goal we had when we designed this kit was to create something that would work well for traditional Christmas layouts as well as other subjects too. We knew we didn’t need to be able to create 10 or 12 layouts just about Christmas, so we wanted to offer you a good variety of products that can be Christmas — or not!

Here are a couple of layouts I put together this weekend with the kit. (Everything used on the page is included in the kit.)

A couple of my favorite things from this kit are the Chatterbox rub-ons and the velvet poinsettia flowers.

We will be posting a full kit picture soon!

A Glimpse into December…

The instant I saw these papers at CHA summer, I knew that they would have to be included in one of our kits. You will be getting this gorgeous double-sided paper from two different lines from Imaginisce: More than Mistletoe and Far East.

The photo is only a potion of what will be included in this kit. We really overpacked this one – I guess it’s like getting a few extra goodies from us for Christmas!

Loving the Journaling Spots!

OK, I am having so much fun with the Heidi Swapp Journaling Spots in this month’s kit. I really am thinking up more journaling to include on my layouts just so that I can use them! Thought that I would point out a few ways you can incorporate these into your layouts or cards.

On this Moving In layout I used the Journaling Spots to create a subtitle for the page.

For this Top Hat Sundae layout I used the circle Journaling Spot as a part of the title and the tabs to label the people in the pictures.

Here is a card that Crystal made using the Journaling Spot as a mat for the letter T.

One last card idea where I used the tab to write part of the message for the card.

So many fun things you can do with these. We’d love to see what you come up with!