Hope you all had a very Merry Christmas. We did and we’re looking forward to 2017!
Here are a few projects I completed the past couple of months that I haven’t posted to my blog using one of Unity’s Kits of the Month, a SMAK Kit, and a fairly new stamp set.
First up is an 8-1/2-x-11-inch scrapbook layout I made using this month’s kit of the month, “Always Been You”.
Last month, my hubby and I were fortunate enough to take a romantic ride on the Napa Valley Wine Train in their Vista Dome. I can’t tell you the last time we’ve had a date. It was an incredibly beautiful train ride complete with beautiful landscape, gourmet lunch, dessert, and champagne. If you live in the Bay Area or are visiting family or friends in the area, this is a MUST trip. I mean it. It was a gorgeous time of year, too! The photos we took coupled with this month’s kit of the month, made a keepsake in no time at all.
And here’s a peek at this month’s Kit of the Month.
Next up is a seasonal chipboard tag I made using, Hello Winter, created by Susan K. Weckesser. This is a great kit to use this wintery season.
I thought putting her right smack in the middle of a die cut mason jar with a snowy scene would set her off perfectly. Of course, she would make anything you put her on cute.
And lastly is a 10-x-8-inch mixed media canvas I made using November’s SMAK Kit.
On the above canvas, I layered the stamps on top of tissue paper and various other mediums. Here's the kit I used—I think I used approximately 9 stamps from the kit on the 1 canvas above.
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