Wednesday, November 27, 2013

The Story of Autumn Days

Continuing on with my projects made with the Jenni Bowlin Mercantile October Papercrafting Kit, here's another layout I wanted to share with you here...


The colours in the kit were geared towards Autumn, and even though we're very nearly in Summer here I couldn't help but go along with the theme anyway. I mean, lets be honest, there's a pile of photos on my scrap desk still waiting to be scrapped that span back many years so it was easy enough to find some seasonal photos that would match.


The first thing I did was break open the ol' Cuttlebug and cut some leaves into the bottom portion of my page. Obviously I could have used my Silhouette for this, but the poor Cuttlebug has been quite neglected of late so I thought it only fair to share the love around ;-) A little sprinkling of the sequins in the kit and they found their way into the negative shapes almost by magic.


Autumn memories for us this year included our annual Easter trip up to the farm, hence why Moodles is wearing rabbit ears in the photo (in case you were wondering!!) I included my journaling on a hidden tag tucked behind the photo as I find it more challenging to find space for all my writing when I do these 8.5 x 11" layouts.


And before I go I wanted to share with you a special offer that's almost ready to expire at Jenni Bowlin. For this month only if you sign up for a new subscription you'll receive a past kit or add-on kit for free!


With all the new exclusives included in the kits there is no better time to subscribe, but you better hurry because it runs out at the end of November!!


PS. If you mention you're signing up because I referred you... I'll get a free kit too!! ;-)

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4 comments

  1. Love it!!!! Especially those CUTE sequins:):) and you did goooood with the hidden journaling! Always a challenge on this size!!!!

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  2. Gorgeous vintage look Natalie! Lovely layout, as always :)

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  3. just gorgeous!! When I looked at the site I couldnt find out what their shipping rate to Australia is, is it included in the kit cost?

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