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Doily Flowers

The Good life kit is packed with delicious embellishments this month! I fell in love with the Jenni Bowlin Cream Doily Flowers, they are SO fun!

This layout came together in about 20 minutes–sort of record for me, I love it!

What’s fun about this layout is that I’m going to have my daughter do the journaling.

I will have her write her thoughts about her birthday party. Don’t know that I’ve ever actually had my kids write their own journaling before, should be fun!

We would love to see any creation that you make with the Jenni Bowlin Cream Doily Flowers

please feel free to share them on our facebook page!

Ad lib anyone?

I LOVED this paper by Bo Bunny–so much so that I have it on 4 of my 5 layouts in the idea gallery!  Here is one of my pages:

What I like about this paper is that it’s like the thoughts of the girls as they are posing.  I just popped them up on pop dots, sort of like a text message on a smart phone.  Simply put this paper is just FUN– it’s surprisingly easy to work with!  The other side is great too.  The brown, white & turquoise mix make it a perfect match for the rest of the kit.  The other girls on the design team liked this paper as well to see their ideas check out the idea gallery HERE.  I wanted to tell you one more fun thing about this layout–do you notice the button?  It’s part of the Emma’s shoppe button set sold in the Scrapbook Circle Shop HERE.  Did you know there are add ons to kits?  There are some FABULOUS things in there right now, so take a look around.  One more bonus I wanted you to be aware of,  if you buy any of these items they ship FREE with your kit!

We would love to see your projects, please feel free to share them on our Facebook page!

Cool Halloween Kit Project

Thanks to Diana Waite, one of our fabulous subscribers and former guest designer, for sharing this fun project she just put together with the Halloween Kit. She used Cosmo Cricket Lacing Cards for the base of the project and them made this adorable altered sign. Diana used her Cricut to cut the letters.

Thanks for sharing Diana! Love it!