Thursday, July 9, 2015

Old Meets New: And We're Off...

Last week, I shared 10 tips for creating your own scrapbooking kit. Today, I'm here to share my first layout with you!

Now, I have to admit that I added two old Basic Grey die-cuts that were not in the kit because they matched well and they had a travel theme. I think it's okay to add things in here and there if you have something specific in mind.

I created this layout for my Disney album. To keep everything cohesive, without putting myself in a box, I've decided to do a white cardstock base with a colored cardstock border on each layout in that album. I did add this aqua cardstock from my stash. Again, I'm okay with adding things here or there. There's no reason to feel boxed in by using a kit. For me, the point is to get my stash used up.

If you want to see how this layout came together, you can watch the process here:

Because this kit uses both old and new products from my stash, not everything is still available. I've linked to anything I can below. Let me know if you have any questions and thanks so much for stopping by!

SUPPLIES (affiliate links)
Amy Tangerine To Do List Ready Set Go Paper
Amy Tangerine Samantha Rise and Shine Paper
Shimelle Grey Floral True Stories Paper
We R Memory Keepers Cardstock (this isn't the exact same, but similar)
Bazzil Smooth White Cardstock
My Mind's Eye Necessities Blue Striped Vellum
Simple Stories I Am Die-cuts
Simple Stories I Am 12 x 12 Fundamental Stickers
WeRMemory Keepers Farmers Market Chipboard Alphabet 
Dear Lizzy Lucky Charm Roller Stamp
Shimelle Roller Date Stamp

American Crafts This-to-That Dot Adhesive Runner
Scotch Quick-Dry Adhesive
Fineline Applicator - 20 guage
EK Success Powder Tool
IRIS Scrapbook Case
IRIS Craft Organizer Tray

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