Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Early Autumn Kit Round Up

Well, I have nearly used up all my Early Autumn kit from Noel Mignon. I have one full sheet of patterned paper and one of card and some bits and pieces. I will make something with them as I like to try and use them all up!

So here I am sharing what I have made this month with the kit. It was very 'autumnal'. However, by using the 'B' sides of the paper I have been able to use the kit for many different layouts, showing how versatile the kits can be.
This is a layout all about the trip Penny and I took on her birthday to see Pentatonix in concert. The library card holder was great for all the jouranlling.

This layout is with photos from June, on Father's Day. I used the white rub ons in a couple of places on this layout - they didn't go down particularly well and I ended up drawing bits in with a white pen!

I took LOADS of photos when we went on the Harry Potter Studio Tour for my birthday and I have hardly started to scrap them! I liked this layout by Becky Williams on the Noel Mignon blog and used it as inspiration for my layout.
I don't do much for Halloween, or have many autumnal photos these days - there were a lot more when the children were small! However, at work we celebrate Halloween with a pumpkin carving competition and dressing up, so I was able to document it and add the spider which I had had in my stash for ever and a day!

Now the next two layouts I simply LOVE! I knew when I opened the kit that I needed to find these photos of the children taken 20 odd years ago! I scanned them in and printed them out so I kept the originals. I really enjoyed scrapping these and they will go into the 'Ben and Penny when they were little' album!

I enjoyed fussy cutting the leaves out of the paper and sticking them down onto this layout. Great fun!

And then there are these two layouts which I have already shared with you!

So that is the end of this kit - well apart perhaps from a couple more with the scraps! I have already received the next kit and if you pop onto the blog you can see what I have received - the video is here. It is autumn related again, but I think I can use it all up using 'B' sides again!


scrappyjacky said...

You've managed an amazing amount with this kit....and such a lovely variety of pages.

Sandra said...

Oh my you've been super creative. What gorgeous layouts you've made. I must admit I often love the b side of papers more lol .... And yes, I'm the same, I took loads of photos from Harry Potter and haven't done much with them yet. But you've inspired me x

Melissa said...

WOW - you certainly created a ton with that kit & each one is unique and so well-done!

Karen said...

That's amazing! I love the Halloween layout, and am so impressed with your productivity! Wish some of it would come over here and live with me for a few days!

Anonymous said...

Well done on getting all those great looking layouts done with just one kit! Have fun with the next one.

Susanne said...

Wow, you've done really well out of that kit. My family would love to go see Pentatonix - my daughter was able to see them up at college. I also enjoyed your Frosty Festivities crafts too - especially with those little MAMBI stickers.

Jo said...

I can't believe how many layouts you've got out of one kit! They are all gorgeous x

Missus Wookie said...

I like how different each page is although they've all come from the same kit. You have been busy - and well done on using up the spider. Always good to have save 'just the right thing' and then use it!

alexa said...

Those papers look incredibly versatile ... I love your leaf collection, almost like little balloons. Double-sided papers are great, aren't they? I've often preferred the B side to the A one. Oh, Harry Potter looks splendid - I really must go!