15 November 2015

It's All About the Fundamentals....



Hi All! Welcome to another Rose Blossom Blog Hop featuring Close To My Heart's Enchantment Fundamentals Collection. If you've just hopped over from the oh-so-inspiring Shelly Nemitz's blog, Just One Pretty Piece, you're in the right place.

For the month of November, Close To My Heart is bundling the Enchantment Fundamentals Collection--including the 20-sheet paper fundamentals pack, the coordinating stickers, and a Fundamentals assortment in Peacock-- and 3 sheets of White Daisy cardstock with an album of your choice. When you buy the bundle, you also receive a value pack of top- or side-loading page protectors free along with a limited edition scrapbooking workshop that will guide you through the creation of five 2-page layouts. 


This is a HUGE bundle of goodies, so today, the Rose Blossoms wanted to show you a few ways to use your leftovers to create even more scrapbook pages for your album. Let's take a look.


I decided to do a single page layout because I needed something for the end of my album, however, I do have enough leftovers that I could have turned this into a 2-page layout pretty easily.  I used a piece of my own White Daisy cardstock for my base page. I then began to add strips of paper to the page, alternating between colors, as well as between the smooth and textured sides of the paper. I used stickers for the title and to add the place and date to the top of the page. I had 3 Peacock and Silver bows left that added the perfect pop of bling to the page.

Here are a couple of close ups:



This truly is a complete album workshop! While the instructions take you through five 2-page layouts, you can easily create two or three more 2-page layouts with the materials that are left and your own White Daisy cardstock for bases. That's a total of 14-16 scrapbook pages! This is the PERFECT gift for the scrapbooker on your list, and it's only available for the month of November!

Now, hop on over to see more inspiring layouts by the über-talented and ever-inspiring Morgan Vogt at Tweetscraps. And if you get lost along the way, here's a list of participants:

Kim {that's me!}

Have a wonderfully creative week!


12 comments:

  1. What a wonderful page to end off an album! Those are awesomely fun pics too. Good point about the bundle being a great gift idea ... you got me thinking on that one! Thanks! Wishing you and yours a Happy {upcoming} Thanksgiving!

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  2. It's a great page all around but I especially love how you did your page title. Beautiful family and life! Well done!

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  3. I love the alternating from back and front that you did here. You're showing off all the beauty of this paper. AND can I say that my favorite thing is the spread out title? It's truly perfect.

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  4. I love what you did with your layout! The stacked banners at the top is fab! Your family is #beautiful and so is your layout!!!!

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  5. Your layout is perfection! Love the colors you selected and the composition! Nicely done!!

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  6. What a fun way to show off the paper! I love that each section shows off both sides of each color. Gorgeous art as always. :)

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  7. I love photos of your family because you are always so happy!! You are giving your children such a rich life filled with adventure! I think the phrase you created for this page makes it a perfect end to an album!!

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  8. Thanks for all your kindness ladies!

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  9. What a great layout! I love how efficiently you used the stickers to share your title and thoughts. Aren't the fundementals awesome! You showed just how awesome they are!

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  10. Love this beautiful layout! Your photos are the star here and that's the way it should be. The pics of your family and the way you showcased them in this colorful, well-designed layout.

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  11. Love the grid design here, Kim, and the mix of patterned papers! And great idea to alternate the smooth and textured sides of the paper, too! SO pretty!

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  12. Yay...can finally post a comment about this adorable layout. Love your attention to detail on the font with the tiny lines. The lined hashtag is perfect too. A really nice way to finish up with this last page of your trip. Nice work Kim!

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