The best part of this 50s Kitchen Lite kit is, well, everything! Let's take a peek at a few of the details from our batch of eight layouts.
LAYOUTS 1 & 2
The grosgrain ribbon, painted wood buttons, and printed cutaparts combine to make a neat accent for this photo matte. The cutapart has lines to indicate where to cut to make the chevron.
Make a little ribbon stretch a long way with this technique. Simply fold a 3" length into a loop and tape to the back of a page element.
LAYOUTS 3 & 4
I can't wait to add some of my "foodie" photos to these layouts. (Is it just me, or do you take a lot of food pictures these days?)
LAYOUTS 5 & 6
This cupcake cutapart looks adorable with the painted button.
Add a little ribbon and bow to the Tan cutapart.
LAYOUTS 7 & 8
I plan to use these pages for our Thanksgiving gathering, where the happiness really DOES start in the kitchen!
BONUS GOODIES We start out with this adorable mini book . . .
. . . and turn it into this!
The cutaparts include several elements you'll need to decorate the outside cover and inside pages.
Use this little book to make notes and lists. We thought it would be handy to track embossing dies, die cuts, inks, markers, etc. in your inventory to avoid purchasing duplicates.
Upcycle matte board or a cereal box to create a wrapped cover with the printed cutapart.
And, bonus! Use this handy container to organize and store all of your "smalls." It's perfect for taking along to crops where you'll always have a nice assortment of decorative options without having to bring the "kitchen sink."
Your kit will leave the warehouse today and I hope it reaches your porch soon! If you haven't taken the leap to join the club, we'd love to welcome you as a member.