May Kit Club Release

It's Here! Our fist kit club release!

May Kit Club

2 custom die cut papers from Crate

12 Pattern Papers from Crate

1 sticker letter sheet made to match from Crate

2 custom punch out sheets with glitter from Crate

1 ball fringe

1 antique lace

2 ribbons

8 paper flowers

1 chipboard tree

1 custom hand made pearl pin

1 package Making Memories tiny sticker letter package

2 custom hand made embellishments

1 sheet of Kaiser Pearls

A retail value of over $34.00...and our kit is selling for just $24.95

To purchase the kit simply go here and order! We've added a list of other items that go with the kit that you might like as well. Kits are LIMITED edition so first come, first serve. We will ship the kits as soon as we can so that you can get them in for your National Scrapbook Day parties. If you are a local customer and want a kit you should order the kit online and use the local pick up option at checkout. We will assume you are going to pick the kit May 1 or 2 when we are open.

Now to the layouts...

It’s easy to look at a designers work and think…”I wish I could” or “I could never”. Part of what we love to do is tell you…”YES YOU CAN”.

Let’s look at the work Marcie Morgan completed in detail and you’ll see why YOU CAN!

Lots of mixed media here and those good ole fashioned pop dots. Gotta love them. Did you see the ribbon was attached using staples…and the paper block is adhered with sewing? Great unique ways to set off a page!

This page shows a great layout using the products from the kit with little alternation. Just some ink on the edges and a few pearl accents. Marcie made the journaling block on her computer and it balances the page out!

Lots to note here!
Notice the outlining detail here. Look around the sticker letters, and the flowers.
Another mixture of stapling and sewing. The antique trim looks great stapled on and turned into a ruffle.
Marcie thought the brown border on the right was too wide, so she just cut it down.
The big flower on the left Marcie made using scraps of paper and a spare button she had. It’s accented with lime stickles, which she also used on the flower.
The brown swirl at the top of the flower didn’t come that way from the punch out sheet. Marcie cut it and put it together to make the shape she wanted.
Marcie mixed up the font styles on her title for a great look! Lessons to learn…
Use my pen to outline letters, or items to move color around and highlight things.Use various forms of adhesion.

Happy Birthday Card 3 details here
1. She outlined the inside the of frame, and she left the pen outline on the butterfly. This is a simple detail that adds interest and moves color around the card.
2. The dots on the circle border strip at the bottom were brown. Her answer to make them match her project? She colored them black using copic markers! It’s cool to see how the glitter still shows through! (love that!)
3. Marci cut the butterfly out, then put a light coat of stickles on it, and set it aside to dry. The result is the curved look you see…very cool. This look would look great on flowers, clouds, kites…lots of embellishments!

If you just need to get more photos on your pages...or get them done faster here are some layouts for you by Keely Dines

Notice how a photo on the right and left are put onto cardstock flaps? They open to reveal journaling!
Paper flowers stamped with pigment ink and Prima Stamps.

Heavily distressed edges using the Heidi Swapp Edge Distressor!

You may of guessed that as a business owner I don't get much scrapbooking done. Here's my addition to the layouts for the club kit. (pretty amazing I found the time!). I used my photos from the white challenge I never got around to and mixed it up with the sketch from this month's challenge. I've learned a great deal from Marcie Morgan over the past few weeks and I've incorporated some ideas here!

The white scalloped circle you see on the left is brown pattern paper from the kit. I didn't want brown, so I flipped it over and used the back. The same goes for the scalloped border on the right. I used the back side. I messed around with the pearls, put them on all over the left and didn't like them. I found that I could get them off using Un-do and moved them over the right.

Our new chipboard swirl painted, and distressed with our sanding stick. (this product ships in next two weeks)

I hope the kit does for you what it did for me. It got me moving and trying new things!

May Club Kit

Keep Scrapbooking!

Julie Creek

Creek Bank Creations, Inc.

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