Hello scrappy friends! I hope you all had a wonderful Memorial Day Weekend! I’m back today to share my kill a kit video and all the layouts I made with this kit.
Here are the photos of the kit
The whole kit
This first layout is my absolute favorite!! I think it’s a favorite that I’ve made this whole year!! I had so much fun making this layout and using up embellishments and stickers that I never thought I would actually use, i.e. the Zebra sticker and flair badge. The washi tape is one of the things I love most about the layout as well as the alpha. And the bottom cluster was so much fun to put together! UI don’t always embellish layouts that much, but this one just seemed to flow so easily for me!
This is the second layout I made. I actually changed this one around from what I ended up with in my process video. While I was recording my kill a kit video I really felt like this layout wasn’t done. I added the little pink balloon chipboard sticker to the left of the photo and I moved the ‘sweet’ kraft tag to the left of the number 2. This created 3 distinct clusters and I really like how this made the layout flow better.
This is a closer look at how I changed up the two clusters in the top right.
This is what the image looked like before, much better and more complete, right? 🙂
I used a lot of chipboard stickers from the Maggie Holmes ‘Confetti’ collection on this layout. I had a lot of fun getting them to work and look good on the layout. I also changed this one up while recording my kill a kit video and added a title. It feels much more complete now.
I really love this alpha!! I’m so glad I found a way to include it on this layout.
This is what the layout looked like before I added the title. I didn’t add more to this layout than a title and it definitely completed this layout!
This is the 4th layout I made with this kit and I made it for a National Scrapbook Day Challenge. I really liked cutting up the numbers on the patterned paper to use on this layout. I kept the layering on this one simple and did a little more embellishing.
I used a stamp and embossing powder on the background and a few scrap pieces of paper, then finished it off with a few embellishments. It was an easy layout and I’m glad I got these cute photos scrapped.
You can watch my Kill-a-Kit video below:
Thanks for stopping by today!