It’s Jill Cornell here with you today to bring you this month’s two-page layout inspiration. This year I’ve been documenting our every day lives and events by creating monthly Life Pages layouts. This has become a pretty manageable project for me by looking at it monthly instead of weekly. For this month’s kits, I focused on our February photos and stories.
Supplies: May Main Kit, May Life Pages Kit, May Main Add-on #2, May Life Pages Add-on #3:
It was a busy month of activities and everyday life – we had our first in the nation chance to vote in the presidential election. We had our favorite Daddy/Daughter dance. It was Fuller House premiere day! We had some asthma flare-ups and a case of pneumonia. We went to Build-a-Bear for the very first time.
For this two-page layout, there were so perfect cards for the month of February so I didn’t have to create too much of anything extra on my own. I love the flat brads from Simple Stories and you’ll see them a lot on this spread. They provide a fun pop of color here and there. There are also some great wood veneer pieces – both in the exclusives and from My Mind’s Eye. The colors in the cards are fantastic – so bright and fun and that’s exactly the type of products that I like to tell our stories!
Hi, there. It’s Eunyoung and I ‘m sharing a layout with May kit cut file. I mixed some kits for it.
First, I resized the cut file on silhouette and trimmed off some triangles for a desired shape.
Because it’s a good way to create unique one, sometimes I use a part of cut file.
After I create a geometric background cut file, I filled the background with Fancy Free 6×6 paper pad.
And I embellished it and randomly sewed background lines by machine.
Thank you for stopping by today. I hope you enjoy it. Have fun creating!!!
Earlier this month we introduced you to our amazing May guest designer…Enza Gudor.
Today Enza is back with more beautiful work and some tips and thoughts about each project.
I love the smaller size of this traveler’s notebook I created. It makes it easier to document little moments without having to create a full page.
I use mine for pictures or stories that I want to carry with me every day. That’s why I decided to use the ‘Today’ stamp multiple times on my opening page, to give the idea of what the TN is about.
I’m in love with this picture of my girls resting together after a day at the park. I knew I wanted to make a colorful yet dreamy layout. For this page I used one of the exclusive April cut files. I enlarged it to fit most of the page and backed it with patterned papers from the Fancy Free collection.
For this layout I used one of the exclusive May printables as a title. I transformed it into a cut file and just hand-stitched the letters to the page. I like how delicate this page turned out.