#Justjump – The Wild Hare Kits

Hello everyone and happy 2nd of February. Today, instead of posting my unboxing video, I´m sharing another bonus layout with my January The Wild Hare Kits. See, my February kit is still stuck at the post office, so I cannot share it quite yet. Hoping it will arrive tomorrow…

Anyhow, I have so many cool products left of my January surprise kit, so I´m more than happy to share more layouts created with it :). Here is today´s share:

That is a very pink toned boy page and you know what, it still works :). I love these papers sooo much. My January kit is definitely one of my very faves!!

I´ve used the Dear Lizzy It´s all good collection papers and some leftover paper strips form other papers in my kit on this page. Then I´ve added plenty of Dear Lizzy Delightful and She´s Magic die cut shapes and chipboard stickers to go with the papers. The stamped hearts are also from the stamp set that came with my kit.

For finishing touches I added Bramble Fox acrylic stars (love them!) and for a fun contrast a title with the Heidi Swapp Honey & Spice alphas! Love the candy colours on the layout so much!!!

I hope I could inspire you to scrap a little yourself and maybe get you interested in ordering yourself a Wild Hare Kits kit? If you don´t know how, just hop over to their website HERE and get started by filling out a style profile :).

And since it´s the 2nd of the month, the DT girls who have received their kit in time, are all sharing their fun unboxing videos and posts today!! Go and see them HERE!!

Have a gread Sunday and hear you very soon with my unboxing video, I hope :).

xxx, Sanna

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Mom & me – The Wild Hare Kits

Hello everyone, and welcome to another The Wild Hare Kits scraplift challenge. This month the design team girls are scraplifting Jess Claire´s work.

Here is the layout I lifted:

I created a 12×12 inch layout based on Jess´s work, but other than that I pretty much kept to the design. Here is what I ended up making:

I used plenty of papers on this page, wripping them, like Jess had done on her page. I also added lots of ink splatters to the background like she did on her page.

I wanted to add lots of detail around the photo, so I added some stamping with the Dear Lizzy stamp set that came with my kit.

I even used the paper that I was not that much fond of on this layout and actually liked how it blended into the other papers and colors. Can you see it above, tucked behind the photo?

I chose this page by Jess, because I liked the way she had used the patterned papers on her page! I haven´t done paper tearing for a long time and it was really fun layering all the papers on top of each other. I also liked the way she had added the little ephemera pieces in between the papers. I did the same with the chipboard pieces!

For a better idea on the actual process, I´ve also recorded a video for you to watch!

If you get inspired by our scraplift challenges, do remember to tag us, so we can find you and come and admire your work (use: #thewildharekits).

Wishing you all a lovely day,
Happy crafting,
xxx, Sanna

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