Hi lovlies, I hope you’re having a great week. Today I want to share a Project Life spread I created using my October Wild Hare Kit.
You can check out my unboxing video here
I love this kit so much, it’s my favourite kit so far which makes me think that as Alison gets to know me better my kits are getting better and better. Sometimes I am really specific about what I want but actually I feel like it’s the things I get that I didn’t ask for that make me the happiest. I love how Alison chose a woodgrain to go with my (requested) black and white things because I would never have asked for a woodgrain and I would never have known how beautifully it goes with black and white.
I also wouldn’t have asked for any Turn The Page stuff because it’s quite a bright, bold, colourful collection that doesn’t really speak to me but Alison was able to pick out the papers she knew I would love. The green with the stars was one of my favourites so I just had to make that my title card. I added a die cut from the Dear Lizzy pack and some alphas from my stash.
I love the papers from Maggie Holmes that have gold foil in. If you’ve followed me on here or on my YouTube channel you’ll know I can’t resist gold foil. I added a circle card from an Ali Edwards kit to (badly) squeeze my journaling on. I also added a punched out paper that says ‘Chill out’ with a circle epoxy sticker to make it look like flair.
I probably didn’t need another filler card when I had the whole title card but I wanted to use some more of this floral black and white paper. I think I may have to buy this one again because I’ve used it up for cards and backgrounds but I’ve seen some people do amazing things with it fussy cut that I want to try too. I added a pink heart shape and cut out the same shape in vellum to soften the colour and added some tiny word stickers on. Even though I didn’t really need it, this is my favourite card.
I used the woodgrain as a journaling card because the journaling was clear on it. I also added some black and white tissue paper behind the photo of my fella who was not impressed with the size of his burger.
I used some more Turn the Page paper for the bottom card, added photos and the caravan die cut which made me happy because on the walk we went on we were talking about converting a van into a campervan. I haven’t written that story so hopefully that die cut piece will remind me. That or one day I will look back at the photos and wonder if we camped there.
Finally I added some DIY embellishments that I put together using my trusty punches and the left over scraps of paper.
I hope you enjoyed this look at how I used my Wild Hare Kit to make a Project Life spread.
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