Today I am sharing a bunch of my recent scrap pages I made with the Spellbinders card kit components. As I have said, I do love these kits! why not create pages with them too!
First up is the January card kit with my Mom and my daughter on our annual after Christmas shopping trip. I used the you’re my type 6×6 paper. The flowers and stems are the card kit dies. Even the sequins are from the kit too. The gold letters are from the December card kit. I added a paper doily, bubblegum and sage card stock and fashion gold accents. “Cherish” is from the Small doe of the month.
Second are some puppy shots from last summer. The black striped paper and the chipboard embellishments are January You’re My Type card kit components. This time I added matching card stock, washi tape, black thread and rhinestones.
The third is a winter page from last fall of Thomas. He loves the snow! Winter wishes card kit components for this page. The printed paper, gold letters, the tag, the tiny snowflake dies and the polar bear die were part of the card kit. This time I added the cardstock, the paper doily and die cut the snow flake with the Spellbinders ___die.
Finally, we have Gus’s gotcha day. The components of this page are a little more diverse. The emblishment (hearts, scallop, camera, sentiments) are from the January You’re my type kit. I added some GinaK and FSJ designer papers, card stock and enamel dots. Without a doubt, I love this layout and it is totally scrap-lifted from Paper Issues Scrap lift Sunday. You can check that out in the Paper Issues friends and fans Facebook group HERE.
Want to see more scrapbook pages made with card kit supplies? You can see my “Deer Santa” Christmas pages HERE.
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Such cute pages! I don’t scrap but these are really darling. You’ve got the gift of creativity!