Sunday, July 4, 2010

Kreatorville Week (+1) Day Eight


So this is the last installment of Kreatorville Week. This is in fact, the +1. Thank you for indulging me and taking the journey along with me. 

But before it's officially over, let me share the June kit with you. 


Pretty papers in lots of happy colours.  



TWO Collage Press die-cut papers.  



Lots and lots of banners. Yay!! 



And a truck load of other goodies. Not to mention the handmade title and embellishment.  



I really wanted to do the June sketch with the June kit (not that it's a requisite, but it made sense in my head!) so I turned it on it's side so the stripes ran horizontally and interpreted them as paper strips, which is my current go-to technique in case you haven't noticed *lol* And I used a few of the Sassafrass banners across it too.


I used the b-side of the Collage Press paper (the first one on the left in the photo) as my background, and I misted over some 1" circles scattered randomly across it. I did that with the thought that I was going to use one of the Kreatorville tags on this page and so it would tie in with the spots on the tag. But that didn't end up happening. Never mind! 

 

I put a frame around my centre photo to represent the circle embellishment in the middle of the sketch. And then I stitched on my journalling, and attached a couple of buttons for a bit more dimension. 

The only other layout I've managed to do so far had to be with one of the die-cuts (I've got plans for the other one - they just haven't manifested on paper yet!)


I'm not brave enough to just do a layout on a die-cut and leave it alone. I'm stuck in the mindset that my layouts need to be square so I had to layer this pretty green circle die-cut on top of the b-side of one of the Jillibean Soup papers and sew it on. I misted the background first with the Spritz to get the sunburst pattern.

I am in love with that pretty Webster's bloomers that came in the kit, but that is one embellishment I couldn't bring myself to use all in one hit so I cut it up and only used a couple of pieces on this page. But I think it's enough to make a pop of colour and texture without overwhelming it.


The title "The Big Q's" comes from the journaling on this one which is about the day Munchy asked me who she was going to marry. I mean the girl is all of 3 years old and she's concerned about her future prospects! But meanwhile look how lovely and shiny those honey Thickers are! And yes, I stuck a million tiny pieces of red paper behind the holes in the scalloped edge. It's sometimes the little details........

Ok, and that's all folks. Well, for the time being anyway. There will certainly be more pages and projects from this kit, I just haven't had the time yet :-) Thanks for all your kind comments along the way. I've certainly appreciated every single one of them.

Today is the last chance to enter a comment to win the Kreatorville prize. You can comment on this post and/or all of the last 7 Kreatorville posts to go into the draw. I'll leave it open for another 24 hours before I choose a winner.


And never fear, even though Kreatorville Week is finished for now, it's only a little while longer until the July kit is revealed so you'll be seeing many more Kreatorville layouts from me in the future. And in the meantime don't forget about the crazy deal Keandra's got going to get some of the past kits for half price! That way you can start playing with all the kit goodness for yourself. I would love to know if you do end up getting any kits, or if you make any layouts inspired by this week. Link me up!

And stay tuned on my blog because I've now got a bit of a back-log of projects and surprises and Guest DT posts coming up in July.

:-)

10 comments

  1. These kits are wonderful ... I love June! And I really love these LO's of yours ... so beautifully done! TFS!!

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  2. I think this kit had the nicest papers of the lot! And I loved how you stick those little circles behind the die-cut. Its really the little things that matter! :)

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  3. I've just stumbled on your blog becuase I spied it on HBS blog. Just printed your sketch off so will try and fit it in this month! :-) Am loving all your gorgeous LO's and those kits are SOOOO delicious! :-) Will add your blog to my favourites, and will check back now and again for some inspiration/eye candy!

    Sonya G.

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  4. I hate to admit this but I had never heard of Kreatorville before this and now my eyes have been opened. They do lovely kits and you do lovely work - I've been enjoying your layouts.

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  5. Hey Natalie, I'm sorry this week has ended, I've so enjoyed your latest post! Your creativity is amazing, I love all of your projects. I forgot to tell you I left you a little award on my blog some time ago (my blog post dated June 12th -- I KNOW, I'm so behind!!!!)
    xxx Peggy

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  6. Express yourself. Wow, I adore that layout. What an awesome way to showcase different papers. What a wonderful page concept. You are so very talented and it has been neat to see all that you've done with these kits.

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  7. oh that kit is yummy!!!!!! The paper strips are divine on that layout, I love the hint of the misted circles, and I agree its the lil things that make a difference.
    both stunning layouts! I love getting my eye candy fill here!!!

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  8. Ooh! I really love this kit! I love the butterfly and scallop paper layout the best! Amazing!

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  9. Thanks for all your inspiration Natalie!! I love the misting on these LO's and "The big Q"!! LOL, how funny :-)

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  10. After all these amazing pages you've done I'm itching to actually have time to scrap! (not that my pages will ever look THIS fantastic- and when WILL I have that time?! :D ) You've really been a fantastic ambassador for Kreatorville's kits!

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