This super graphic, super fun kit is gender neutral and great for just about any theme! Let’s take a look at what the Design House Decorators and I came up with, and I’m sure you’ll agree.
I designed a simple grid-style layout. I broke up the straight lines using Deco Cuts, and by offsetting the journaling prompts I loved so much. The bright colors are tempered by the dark background, and stitching and splats also helped rough it up. Sequins and the bow give just the right dimension to this layout about my husband.
Missy says: “I really liked the bold graphics in this fun collaboration between Audrey and Erica! I started with a great textured red background and then added only black/white/and red accents. Erica’s template helped me start with a fun design but I kept only some of the items for this layout since I didn’t have as many photos as the template showed this time. The variety of number elements in these two kits are fantastic and of course I had to use them too. So versatile!”
Jennifer says: “I loved Erica’s templates and knew the one with multiple film strips would be perfect for a layout using lots of my cell phone photos, which I love but hardly ever seem to use. I added some numbers from Audrey’s kit to label the strips and used text to describe what was going on in each fun memory-photo. A few embellies and papers by Audrey finished off the two-page layout!”
Liz says: “When each of my granddaughters turned six months old, I asked their mommy (my dd) to write “their story.” Turns out a six-month old has a lot to say! So, I was super excited to see all that glorious open space on Erica’s first template in the kit — this is the perfect journaler’s template. The great thing about templates is you can make them your own, too. So, I gave myself a little more room by expanding the journal mat just a bit, and changing the format to column style journaling to make all that text a little more readable. This kit is PACKED with fun elements and bright papers. Lots of “counting” tools in this one, which was perfect for telling the baby’s six-month story. I’m already planning how to use this kit for list-style lo’s, or learning to count pages, or months of the year Project Life spreads. And, because there are so many different papers included, I know each new lo will be different from the last.”
Pretty darn awesome, aren’t they? Ready for your chance to win both parts of this fantastic collab? Comment here, and answer this:
What’s the last thing you counted?
Me? Well, I counted on one more day before I had to clean up the house, but my husband came home early today from his business trip. Totally worth it, though.
We’ll be back next week to choose a winner, but in the meantime be sure to check out Audrey’s and Erica’s shops this weekend, for some great deals you can count on. (HA!) Plus, you can grab some free kits and dollar kits, and chat with them at 3 PM MST on Sunday for a little extra fun.