Scrapping with the Kit

I’ve made a bunch of layouts with my kit and I’m loving the quick scrapping.

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This was my warm up layout. Do you do this? Usually they end up being my least favorite. I had a super crazy bad warm up layout after a few months off of scrapping. It was so hilarious. I sent a picture of it to my scrappy friends and they got a good laugh. I don’t fret too much though, I still stick it in the scrapbooks. This is not really that bad, I just feel like it needs something, ideas?

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I decided just to leave the pictures of my layouts with the counter top in the background. Way easier than trying to get it straight on, is it distracting? If so I’ll have to come up with some better way to take photos of them (I hate scanning and stitching). Anyway super simple layout, but I am loving the simple.

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Wonky photo-merge but you get the idea. A two page layout, what?

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One of my all time favorite brads. I love brads so much.

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A mushy layout about Bj. I was testing all my old ink pads and saved the paper (I’m trying out new neutral colors of cardstock, this one is a recycled type with little flecks, I like it).

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This was in January, can you believe it? Time flies…

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When Nora came to visit we went to Cooke Stationary and I got a box of these lick and stick notarial seals for fifty cents. Every time I go there I wonder where they get these crazy old supplies. Love them. I also love my new bubble boarder punch… a lot.

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Last summer, the little baldy.

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Went to the blog for journaling. Hey blog, you are so handy.

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Any my last layout, my favorite so far. I had totally forgotten about this crazy weird face she was making for a while!

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Sarah got me this awesome tape that I have lusting after for my birthday. A perfect touch for this simple layout.

So I posted them in the order I scrapped them. I find it interesting to see how I move through my pictures/stories and supplies. Because I am not using a ton of patterned paper right now I have lots more goodies to work with in the kit. So I’m going to use it for a bit longer. I’ll let you know if I come up with anything else blogworthy.

7 Replies to “Scrapping with the Kit”

  1. awesome layouts! still so impressed you’ve scrapped so many – proof you made an awesome kit 🙂
    the tape looks great on that last layout! i love the color combos you picked and the different ways you journaled on all the various pages!

  2. Thank you for all the great inspiration!! I always love your pages. I must get back to scrapbooking!

  3. I think they all turned out cute! I’m not sure what the top page needs. Something over the “tiled” paper on the right….but no clue what…
    I NEED to scrap.
    When can I invite myself over?

  4. I’m totally impressed with your scrapiness!!! I really need to find some time…I miss scrapping!!

  5. Terri Nicholas says: Reply

    I adore your layouts just as they are…and the best part is that you made them to begin with! I have scrapped in a couple of years…photos are still in big boxes…Boo!

  6. where did you get the recycled/flecky-type cardstock? sounds like something that would be super at home in my stash

  7. It’s my favorite kraft cardstock, by Bazzill.

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