Saturday, March 16, 2013
Today's kit was released earlier this week for ScrapbookBytes GAB. I am thrilled with this kit. The weather has finally started to warm up a bit over in my neck of the woods and the color palette in this kit is perfect for early Spring.
Without further ado, I show you Nature Walk.
I'm seriously in love with the blues and yellows. Let's see what our Stars created with this wonderful kit.
I love the way Stacey's layout came out. I love the blocking of the pictures, with simple phrases typed out on the photos. I like that she used a wood-like looking paper as her background paper and how she brought color in with a simple border and her choice of elements.
Kris pulled together a two-pager and it's almost as if this kit was made just for these pictures. I love all the circles in this layout and how Kris used them for dimension with some of her background papers, but she also used it for her journaling and a photo or two.
Both Carrin and Mary Kate chose to see the beauty within their cute girls. I love the photos Carrin chose to use on her layout and her title matches those pictures beautifully. I am always in awe of her cluster work as well.
With Mary Kate's layout, I love how girly she kept the layout. She used a flowered background and cute butterfly elements. She also has some fantastic cluster work. I think it's great that the papers Mary Kate chose to use, really helped bring out the blue in her daughters dress.
I love what Jessica chose to do with her layout. She took a cute poem and included the perfect picture to go along with it. I love that the flowered paper isn't straight on the page and has some wavy lines to it. I enjoy the wooden frame and the elements she used that give this page the perfect outdoorsy feel.
Those are just a few little snippets of what is possible with this kit. I personally love the bonus alpha that's available for this kit. So don't wait until you're too busy this summer to scrap any of your Springy/Outdoorsy pictures. Get Nature Walk now, while it can still be a bit too cold to be outside. Then don't forget to share your work in our gallery as well.
Labels: Saturday with the Stars