It's reveal day!
Introducing "The Greatest of These is LOVE" Front Porch Kit from The Little Blue House - with products from Crate Paper, a Reverse Confetti exclusive stamp set, Maya Road (yay!!!), American Crafts, Pink Paislee, etc..
This kit is full of product!
Without further ado, here's a few of my projects :)
I knew these pics of my son would go perfectly with the black cardstock and pops of pink from the kit. I love the Polaroid frames - they were perfect for stamping and writing on.
One of the patterned papers looks like paint samples. I had to cut out the blush to go with this picture! My tiny love is so shy. :)
Okay, before you look at my double layout, let me preemptively apologize for the bad photo quality. I really need some tricks and tips for shooting pics of those..
This brother and sister layout makes my heart all squeezy. Right now she is his protector and he adores her.
The background paper is stamped with pink hearts using the RC stamp set, and I cut the wooden wings in half and adhered them with Glossy Accents. The golden title is cut from the metallic paper in the kit.
I colored in the words from the patterned paper to give my page a bit of journaling.
I colored the heart ribbon with Dylusions Ink spray. The folded heart is inked and layered with a punched out tan and a stamped heart using the Reverse Confetti stamps included in the kit.
The golden bow was the first thing in the kit to catch my eye! :) I'm loving the gold trend. I was noticing it clothes shopping and thrilled to see it popping up at LBH. :) Here's an ornament I designed.
This is made from the packaging from the letters included in the kit. I painted it with distress ink and layered papers and the Polaroid frame with the picture of my daughter.
I also made two Valentine's Day cards.
Cut the heart from the floral patterned paper, trace with Stickles, and stamp another heart onto white cardstock and adhere with popdots.
I have wanted faith based stamps for a long time so this RC set was perfect! I stamped the "Faith, Hope, and Love@ and then colored it in with a Distress Marker.
I layered in the embossed envelope and ribbons from the kit.