Well…if you haven’t yet found a project idea that suited your fancy for your October Kit this is your last chance! See anything you like?
Do you love making Greeting Cards? Here are two more projects by Jan H for you to pull ideas from! She’s got the Hello card featuring a classy and fun yellow/black color combo. You’ll notice the Glitz Design vintage wings Rubons are a big part of the visual on the front. She used the butterfly on an additional layer of paper so it could be given a 3d look. She also backed the included black flower (love those miscellaneous items) with a piece of the black/white tissue paper and it’s a great look!
Jan’s Make A Wish card features a flower of the black/white tissue paper, buttons, some trim from the kit, a Glitz Design journaling spot and the American Craft thickers in glittery black.
This fabulous 12×12 layout speaks for itself. I love the general “layout” of the page. I like the way that Jan accented the photo of the “lassie” to the left of the page. Too often we all focus on the center as the “place to be” for the photo and that’s just not always the best spot. Jan’s included a variety of great kit pieces on this page. My particular favorite elements on this layout are the gold trim, the buttons, and the layered pieces in the bottom right corner.
Jan’s Smokin’ 12×12 layout is just…SMOKIN! Love it! And love the costume, by the way! This page incorporates a couple fabulous papers from the October kit, the American Craft thickers, the Jenni Bowlin chalkboard alpha tiles, the Glitz Design journaling spots, the Glitz Design Vintage Wings rubons, and a few of the misc. elements that make the kits so fun! I love how she used the Haunted House paper. Sometimes the papers with “big picture” elements are hard to incorporate into a layout without taking away from the photo/journaling that needs to be the center of attention. Jan did it perfectly!
We always love Jan’s projects as well as the other girls on the design team. We’re looking forward to seeing what they come up with for November. You’d do well to look forward to it, too!