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Monday, December 31, 2007

KI Memories Reveal 2 comments  
   
   
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Using the pop culture line from KI Memories proved to be a lot of fun!  The creative team found a lot of great uses for these products and especially liked using the coordinating chipboard to add color and dimension.  Double-sided papers meant there were lots of coordinating scraps left to play with as well!   Let's face it - we all need a little bit of color during the winter!

*Puppies* by Jackie Pettit

This colorful paper really draws attention to Jackie's photos!  She created dimension using coordinating chipboard accents and used rub-ons to complete her perfectly placed title. Cute!

*Beauty* by Jackie Pettit

What a great girly layout!  Using the flowered paper as her frame for the layout, Jackie places the focus on her beautiful photo.   KI's lace cardstock is so fun to play with - it can be used in part, in whole, or even to cut individual flowers from - the pink really pops out with her black cardstock background here.  Of course, who doesn't love coordinating chipboard?!

 *Temptation* by Katarria

 

Kathy really fell in love with this line of paper - what a great color scheme!  She wanted to use colorful accents to set off the black and white to make her layout really pop.  The chipboard shapes went so well with the alphas that she couldn't resist using a flower in place of an "o" to match the other chipboard flowers! 

 *Barcelona Tapas* by Katarria

 

 Forever a fan of flowers, Kathy hand cut them from her patterned paper to use as accents on this layout.  Using scraps from her previous page, she printed journaling that her dad wrote to add a personal feel to the layout (which is part of an ongoing gift album).  KI's red paper helped bring her photos together in the center and gave the layout an added pop of color!

*Thank You Card* by Katarria

 Before she put away the last of her scraps, Kathy couldn't resist putting together this cute little card!  Scraps from KI Memories are just too cute to throw away, right?!lly

*Hollywood* by melis_ga

 Could this layout get any cuter?!  Melissa's placement of the chipboard frame is a great way to draw attention to her adorable photo.  Pairing bright colors and funky accents together is often a perfect combination, as Melissa has proven!  Watch out Hollywood!


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butterfly843 . Long Island, NY
1/3/08 10:25 pm
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These look wonderful.

1/3/08 1:09 pm
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Awesome layouts and cards, ladies!

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