Hello FJ friends,
Anna here with you today with our Mix-it-Monday! As soon as I saw the Katherine kit, I knew I had to mix it with the Lindsey kit. They go so well together! So I created this summery 12x12 layout mixing both collections.
I used the Floral & Spots paper as the base of my page. I was going to use white cardstock, but I thought this one was more fun. Then, I went for a grid design.
Since my photo was square, I cut some squares in different sizes from the papers of the Lindsey and Katherine paper packs. I matted the two largest ones and also my picture. Then, I placed them diagonally.
Filling the spots, I stacked the smaller squares next to the largest ones. In one of them, I stamped a phrase from the Hope stamp set, and stacked a puffy sticker from the Katherine kit on the top of the other little square.
I also embellished the bigger squares with the Lindsey foam + cardstock stickers and put another one on the top of the page.
For my title I use both alphabets from Lindsey and Katherine kits too. Following the design, I wrote it vertically, on both sides of my grid. I completed it with a die cut from the Katherine die cut shapes, raising it with foam dots.
As my subtitle, I wrote "fun & sun" because the picture is so funny. There was no & in the Katherine puffy alphabet, so I took one from the Essentials Tiny Dot puffy alphabet.
Finally, I spread some stars from the die cut shapes and stacked them with white brads. They remind me of summer fireworks.
That's it! It's always a pleasure to play around with Felicity Jane kits. They could be mixed perfectly and the never go out of style.
Have a great week!
SUPPLIES: Katherine Kit | Katherine Paper Pack | Katherine Die Cut Shapes | Katherine Puffy Stickers | Katherine Puffy Alphabet Stickers | Lindsey Paper Pack | Lindsey Stamp Set | Lindsey Foam + Cardstock Stickers | Lindsey Chipboard Alphabet Stickers | Grace Designer Cardstock Tabs | Hope Stamp Set | Essentials Puffy Alphabet Stickers - Tiny Dot | Essentials Label Stickers No. 1
This makes me want to run out and buy these kits – they go so well together