Thursday, August 19, 2010

CTMH---- Zippidee Layouts-- Getting the most of your Kit of the Month

Are you wondering, what else can I do with my workshop Kits each month?  Typically, I create the featured layout and 6 cards from the workshop guide.  Then I create the additional layout from the workshop.  After that, I still have quite a bit of paper leftover. 

This month, I want to show you what else I've done, including a cool project! 

I have been using the Zippidee Kit of the Month on several projects.  I've used it for T-ball layouts and Disney layouts.  These scrapbook pages are also Disney layouts.  I have also used our Photo Storage pages to showcase some of my kids autograph pages from Disneyland.  These photo pages are great for incorporating more pictures into your albums, without the fuss of scrapbooking them on a whole page (or more).  There are 2 kinds of Photo Storage pages available right now, and a 3rd coming in the NEW Autumn/Winter Idea Book.  One has 6 horizontal 4x6 pockets, the one I'm featuring has 2 vertical pockets and 2 horizontal pockets.  I've included pictures in some and autograph pages in other slots.  These would be perfect for including die cuts or journaling in one or two slots and pictures in the others. 

This Photo storage page will sit next to the Mousin Around page.  The blank white spot will hold a die cut of a princess, which I have yet to cut out. 

This page will sit next to the one above with Pluto and Goofy.  I've backed the autograph pages with some coordinating paper from the Zippidee kit and added some small embellishments to spruce them up.
 Aren't these Photo Storage pages fun?  Try using them in your albums too!

All CTMH unless noted
Zippidee Level 2
Fancy Fuzz Borders
Holiday Craft Buttons
1 1/4" circle punch
Black Waxy Flax
Photo Storage Pages
misc swap tags/titles


Melissa said...

I cannot wait to get that fancy fuzz embellishment! I knew it was going to look great on Disney LO's! These are great LO's! Love how you cut the Mousin' Around. I'm gonna have to scraplift that cut to use for a title the way you did it! TFS!


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