Thursday, March 17

Project Life Page

Howdy Peeps! How are you?! Happy St. Patrick's Day! 
I'm getting ready to spend a weekend surrounded by crafty, fun, silly friends and I couldn't be happier!! I'm finishing up my packing - trying to bring less but not succeeding! We plan on taking lots of Instax photos and having some adult beverages and getting creative (we hope!!). I'll share pics on my Instagram account and Facebook
Before I head out I wanted to share my latest project life page using The Planner Society's February Kits. I recently went to my friend's daughter's high school production of Bye Bye Birdie. The cast did a great job - it was funny and very entertaining. I grabbed a few pics from her and created a PL page. I used papers, die cuts, stickers and washi tape from TPS kit. The kits are perfect for planner pages and the leftovers make great PL pages. This is the third PL page I've created with these awesome kits! Here's my page followed by some close-ups.
Aren't the colors of this kit sooooo pretty?!?! I love the blues and pinks together and the die cuts are perfect for my pics!! I inked the edges of the die cuts with Worn Lipstick Distress Ink. Here's the title card. I stamped this month's calendar onto a tag and trimmed it to fit on the top of my title card.
For the next card I punched out a scalloped circle from vellum and popped a die cut on top.
Here's the pics of the girls all decked out for the show! They are so cute!
How adorable is this dress die cut!

Here's the final pic of me and Caroline.
I love these kits and I can't wait until the next kit arrives!
Thanks for stopping by and Happy St. Patrick's Day!!

4 comments:

Kathy Skou said...

I love this Lynn!! Your colors are perfect for the pics!

Lynn K said...

Thanks Kathy and thanks for the photos! It was a fun show!!

Jean said...

As always, its awesome Lynn! I love the inspiration you provide. You make me really want to stop "collecting" and start "doing" - SOON!!!

Phyllis said...

As always I am impressed with your use of colors, this is so pretty