Sunday, June 1, 2014

June SFTIO Reveal!

Today's my last kit reveal with Scrapbooking from the Inside Out. My term is through June and I decided not to continue on for another 6 months. I have loved being on the team and creating lots of INSIDE OUT projects. I think it's good for team members to change around so you can see different perspectives, especially since SFTIO is all about scrapping more than just your everyday photos and stories. I wish all the best to SFTIO! I will miss you, but I'm very thankful to have been on your fabulous team!

With that being said, let's get to the kit reveal! This month the kit is called "Direction." I came up with all sorts of ideas for this theme, 
but I had to calm down and channel my thoughts. As usual.



The paper in this kit is from the Sightseeing Stew line from Jillibean Soup and the Mon Ami line by Kelly Purkey for Basic Grey. There are SO many cute patterns in this kit. I *may have saved a pattern or two for my own use. ;) Err, I actually only saved one that I thought was super cute and couldn't bring myself to cut up. It's THIS paper from Jillibean Soup. It'll totally be awesome for documenting my travels that I have yet to take. LOL

Embellishments this month include a sticker sheet from the Mon Ami line, cork arrows and puffy stickers from American Crafts, Studio Calico word stickers, chipboard geotags from Studio Calico, wood veneer shapes from Chic Tags (SUPER cute!), diecuts and wooden buttons from Jillibean (I think those wooden buttons are from Jillibean, anyway), and some AWESOME distress paint in "Faded Jeans." Also included are some Thickers in the "Printshop" font. Possibly my favorite font ever. I actually had ordered these Thickers before I got this kit and once I saw that the kit had them too, I was like, "Aww man!" But then later I realized that I loved them, and now I'm glad I have two packs of them. They will get used. :)

And my projects: 

This month I did a couple different things. I made two 8.5x11 pages (one of them is horizontal, too! I've honestly never seen a horizontal 8.5x11 page, but now I've made one!) I also made one 12x12 art journal page. Well, I like to think of it as more of an art journal page. I didn't use a photo on it and I went a little crazy-artsy on it. :)

Can't wait to share more on these projects soon! So, which project is your favorite this month? Mine is that top right one. It makes me happy.

-Heather

2 comments:

Chark said...

wow, lovely work and great kit!

MarLeah Cole said...

I love how you included the world in the sketch about "he knoweth the way that I take"... He sure does! He knows that you want to travel, and it's awesome to think that he really cares about things in our life like that!