Hello lovelies and happy Tuesday!!! Today is again one of my favorite share days for the Wild Hare Kits: it´s SCRAPLIFT PROJECT SHARE DAY!! Every month we pick one design team member and scraplift a project done by her and share the results over at the Wild Hare Kits blog. This month, we are scraplifting Brande Davison. She is a very productive scrapper with lots and lots of project shares, so it was not that easy to pick a layout. But in the end I chose this one:
I love the simplicity of this page and yet it is so full of colour. And I loved the “rays” surrounding the photo. That is what I based my laoyut on:
I know that my layout look ALOT different to her original one, but I grabbed some ideas from her page and did not go for an identical look this time. Like I mentioned earlier, I loved the rays on her page. So I had this gorgeous Pink Paislee Truly Grateful paper full of rays in my February Petite Kit and I cut that one into half and surrounded half of the photo with rays. I intentionally did only half of the photo (you will see tomorrow, why I did that :)!!!).
Brande also had plenty of fussy cut words on her layout and I copied that idea by adding one fussy cut one (Dear Lizzy papers from my January kit). And then I used some STAMPlorations clear stickers as “journaling” along the yellow paint line on the very left.
The title is from my October 2019 kit (I resized the file a bit bigger and inked it in 3 colors). There is also the specialty paper by Pink Paislee (fussy cut parts) on the page – that is from my November 2019 kit too. I find it fits this layout perfectly! And the Jane Hadfield sticker are also from a previous kit (October 2019), I still have a few left and the fit the layout here really well, so I added them.
For more info, also see the video I recorded – hope you like it:
Now hop over to the Wild Hare Kits blog to see what the design team girls lifted and their takes on the layouts. And then, why not take your TWHK kit out and play a little and scraplift one of the layouts? That is a lot of fun – you should definitely try it out!!! Remember to tag us, when you share your projects (#thewildharekits). 🙂