I tried something new with this layout. I started with a kit from my 2013 stash. (This is either Cocoa Daisy or Citrus Twist - I didn't save any paperwork on it.....) I always feel the kits are so thin in the way of product and you have to purchase all of the add ons to get something decent to work with. But then, I have drawers *full* of product I've purchased and hardly ever pull out and use.
I see everyone moving to this 'sort by color' way of organizing there rooms so I tried it. I bought these cool 5x7 plastic bins at Michaels (pictures in another post) and sorted my drawers. I can't tell you how many unopened product baggies are sitting in there. Packs of journaling cards, overlays, dicuts and more. I sat one night while watching Reign and sorted.
Then I came back to this already started layout and pulled my orange and blue plastic bins out. I've never scrapped this way before. I stuck with ONE paper line or ONE kit. There was no reasoning behind the fact that I pidgeon-holed myself into ONLY using the items in the kit. This may not be a new concept to most people but it was to me. Not anymore. I had so much fun pulling stuff from here and there and not caring if it was a different manufacturer, if it matched, I pulled it out.
I *LOVE* creating in this fashion. It freed my mind a little and I threw some really cool, layered layouts together.
Here's one. A 2 pager no less.
Chic Tags (paper is also Chic Tags), 'love' is from Jillibean Soup.
I used multiple flair pieces, all from different sets.
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