Wednesday, August 10, 2011

One kit, two looks!

I love buying a line as a kit---usually comes with paper, die-cuts, and stickers.  Emma's Shoppe from Crate Paper may be my favorite line EVER in the history of Crate Paper...
In any layout, you try to start with great pictures, and I LOVE these of Lucie.  It is hard to find a simple yellow raincoat these days, especially one with an adorable matching hat. 
Pair the photos with this bright paper, and there you go...
When you have a kit, you sometimes want the embellishments that come with it to stand out a bit.  I fussy cut this little girl from a larger die-cut, then pop-dotted her. 
A quick spiraled flower layered on some additional Crate stickers finishes the job.  The only items NOT from the kit are the ivory circle and the letters in the title.  You can get several looks from the same kit...this one, from a previous blog post, was made using the same kit:
Again, the only things NOT from the kit are a flower, the title letters, ribbon and a button.  The two layouts, though both use bright paper, feel totally different.  I have lots of paper left in this kit, so stay tuned!
Thanks for looking...

1 comment:

  1. These are ADORABLE!! loveeeeeeeeeeee how you used the Crate paper! :):):):):):):):):):):):)