Monday, September 15, 2014

Leftover layout with Christin

Christin here and I am back to show you how I go back to working on my kit layouts after putting everything a side for a while.  For my Kit Love post I showed you how I work with the kits at a crop, but since I hardly ever used a whole patterned paper I always have leftovers and I didn't feel I really killed the kit at the crop so this weekend I decided to use up more of those scraps I had left after making 5-6 layouts with the kits (I bought all kits this month to play with...)

A piece of paper must be really small for me to throw away, they are always good for something. I often tuck small pieces of paper in between here and there or use a border punch on the small pieces. I don't need more than a couple of inch of paper to keep it. Especially my favorite pieces of paper.

When you are working with layers it's a really good idea to mix different sizes of papers to get more layers. Mix the papers with chipboard, doilies (from the add-on kit), tab stickers and also stick some of your embellishments under the paper to add more volume.

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When I was up with my Kit Love post 1,5 week ago I only showed you how I make my layouts, I never revealed the full layouts, so here they are.  I have mostly used the Main kit and Embellishment kits for the layouts. See how I have mixed the soft colors of the kit with very strong colors in the background. If you do that you have more to work with when it comes to colors.

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Here is the second layout I showed you how I made. I have worked with the same kit, but here I have focused on the blue tones in the kit.

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