Thursday, December 8, 2016

Project Life & a Video with Oh What Fun!!!


Happy Thursday! Danielle here today, and I have a Process Video using the Oh What Fun Daily Diary Kit!



This weeks Design Teams Challenge was "Plaid Tidings" - use plaid on your project! I chose to use the plaid washi from this months kit!


as usual I have lots of artwork from the boys that I included.


I cut Liams art in half, then trimmed it up to fit into some 8.5x11 page protectors.


This week was super busy and I had lots of photos to include


I love the colour scheme of this months kit! Red, Green, Pink, Aqua... sigh...


Here are a few close up photos.



How are you making out with your 2016 Project Life?

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Oh What Fun: Noel

Hello Creative Friends! Jana Eubank here. I have my first page using the December "Oh, What Fun!" kit to share with you today!

NOEL

This week our design team challenge is the "Plaid Tidings" challenge ... where we were to incorporate one of the cute plaids in the kits onto our project. Here is what I came up with.


I cut my title from the red and white cardstock in the kit using my Silhouette Cameo 3 machine, and then accented it with the mini acrylic stars by Pretty Little Studio. 


I used a couple of the 6x6 papers from the Oh, What Fun! Daily Diary kit stacked behind my two photos for a fun layered photo mat.

In between my two photos I added a little cluster of embellishments wiht the Elle's Studio cut aparts, puffy stickers, flair and even one of the Simple Stories bradz.


The poinsettias were created using a Stampin' Up stamp from my stash. I stamped the image in red, green, and black inks then added in more color with colored pencils, making the petals and leaves look shaded.

I then accented the corner of the photo with one of the white, Pretty Little Studio acrylic words.


My patterned paper strips are layered on top of each other with the green satin ribbon separating them. I love the bit of shimmer and shine that ribbon adds!

I used a 3x4 journal card from the Oh, What Fun! Daily Diary kit to add information to this page. I tucked the journal card underneath the photo and then accented the top of it with more cut aparts, a puffy phrase sticker, flair, and a bradz.


This page just makes me smile with it's classic red and green color scheme. I can't wait for Christmas!


See you next time!




Tuesday, December 6, 2016

"Oh What Fun" and a Plaid Challenge

Hi Everyone, Lynn here with my first layout using this month's beautiful "Oh What Fun" Classic Kit. December's Kit is so festive and seriously PACKED with product just in time to document your Holiday Events. 
The team's challenge this week is called "Plaid Tidings". We used Plaid somewhere on our projects. That was easy with this kit - so many plaid options available! I created a tree out of strips of paper for my layout. One of the layers is plaid. Here's my page.
I started by whitewashing a space behind the tree - using gesso and a practically dry brush. I then added layers of paper strips, including a fun piece of vellum from the kit, popping up some of the strips. 
I added several types of embellishments including sequins for some bling. 
I also added some tiny splotches of  Mister Huey's Color Mist in Peppermint to the background and added a piece of ribbon for the tree stump.
Here's one last look at the dimension by popping up some of the paper strips and the acrylic stars.

Thanks so much for stopping by today and hope you have a chance to grab one of these Holiday kits!! 

Monday, December 5, 2016

{Plaid Tidings} Challenge with the "Oh What Fun" Classic Kit

Hi friends!  Meridy here today, and I'm so excited that it's DECEMBER because I have been dying to share some Christmas layouts!!!  This week the Design Team is following the "Plaid Tidings" Challenge, which is to use plaid somewhere on our layout.  There are so many cute plaid prints in the "Oh What Fun" Classic Kit, so how could I choose just one!?  Thankfully, I didn't have to, I used quite a few different plaid designs. 

I used 2 plaid patterned papers, plaid ribbon, and a plaid brad.  There's no denying that this is a "Plaid Tidings" Challenge!


 After getting the paper and picture placed on the layout, I added a piece of cardstock, drew lines, and journaled. Then I started arranging the various embellishments. 


I love titles and I really love Thickers.   I find it fun and challenging to try to make as many titles as possible from each set of Thickers.  So when I planned what I wanted my title to be, I ran into a slight problem.  I had already run out of lowercase "g", so I had to improvise.  I took the number "8" and cut the top off of the bottom, tilted the bottom a bit, and added an apostrophe to the top of my new "g".  And that's it!  I don't even think you can tell that I pieced it together.  

Thanks for visiting today!  Stop by all week to see how the rest of the Design Team celebrates "Plaid Tidings"!



Sunday, December 4, 2016

Planner Wk18 | Oh What Fun Daily Diary kit

It's Christmas time!  Wendy here today to share a very Christmassy planner page I created with the Oh What Fun Daily Diary kit.  This week's challenge is the "Plaid Tidings" challenge - use plaid somewhere on your project.  The Fancy Pants washi tape was perfect for the challenge and created such a festive look.


The Project Life cards also work great in your planner, filling up blank spots and adding a wonderful jolly touch to the pages.  I also used one of the Simple Stories cards to fussy cut the ornament from it.


The puffy stickers add a nice texture to the page without adding any bulk.


Thanks so much for joining me today and I hope that you will join us in the Plaid Challenge!

Saturday, December 3, 2016

Ready*Aim*Soot | All Fall Classic Kit

Hey there!

Laura here sharing a layout today!   This week the DT members are creating projects using a recipe - 1 sheet of cardstock, 2 alphas, 3 photos, 4 patterned papers, and 5 embellishments.  As is typical for me, I over achieved a little on the embellishments!


I went with a pretty simple layout for my three photos, keeping them central to my page and linear, then adding layers behind them.


I had fun playing with embellishments and forgot to stop at 5!


I had cut a tag from patterned paper to incorporate that 4th pattern.  I love the way it looks layered in behind my photos.


I struggled coming up with a clever title for this layout and settled on this "to the point" title.


A small cluster at the bottom finishes off my layout.

I have another process video today, you can watch the video for this layout below or here on my You-Tube channel!


Supply List: (from the kit)  Simple Stories 'warm and cozy', Pebbles 'autumn day', Jen Hadfield 'sprigs' and Carta Bella 'family gathering' patterned papers; American Crafts Cardstock; Pretty Little Studios "Oakley Avenue" patterned vellum paper, acrylic shape, vellum tape, flair, stickers and alphas; Queen and Co. buttons; Jen Hadfield rub-ons; Simple Stories die cuts and chipboard; Echo Park chipboard; Maya Road wood buttons; Tim Holtz Distress marker. (from my stash) Mr. Huey's brown mist; Hemptique twine.

Thank you so much for visiting today!
Laura
xo

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Documenting Wk 46 Recipe Challenge with a Video

Happy Thursday! Danielle here! Today, I am up today with a Week 46 of my Project Life combining what is left of my Noel Mignon Falloween & All Fall Daily Diary Kits!!

here is the process video


This weeks Design Team Challenge was a "Recipe Challenge" - to use the following
* 1 sheet of Cardstock
* 2 Alphas
* 3 Photos
* 4 Pattern Papers
* 5 Embellishments


I loosely played with this challenge.. For the Cardstock & Pattern Papers, I just used my journal cards. For the Alphas, I used the Simple Stories alpha stickers, and I fussy cut out the word FALL from a Simple Stories card. For the 5 embellishments I used 1)stickers, 2)enamel dots, 3) flair, 4) bobby pin/clips, 5) buttons. There was no way I could only use 3 photos, so instead my take on it is 3 vintage family photos. 



Here are some close up photos





Thanks for stopping by!