Digi Designs by Nicole has a new kit out today called "I Scream." It's a kit dedicated to ice cream. Who doesn't love ice cream? My kids certainly love ice cream (although they haven't had it very often and they did not like peach ice cream!) I took them to Culvers to get pictures just to use with this kit! I guess I needed an excuse for some ice cream! Anyways, back to the kit. This kit has soft pinks, aquas and beiges in it. It'll work perfectly for boys or girls! Take a look at the kit.
Here's a layout that I made with this kit. I made this layout for the Recipe Challenge at Stuff to Scrap. This challenge is where they give you a list of things you must include in your layout. Head on over to Nicole's store to pick up this kit!
I actually was able to make another layout at a speed scrap on Saturday morning. I created the word art myself during the speed scrap. That was a neat twist to a speed scrap!
The Scrappy Kat got together with Mommy Me Time Scrapper to create a kit for all those newborn baby photos you may have and also pregnancy photos. Their kit is called "Labor of Love." I love baby kits that aren't gender specific since I have twins, a boy and a girl. It makes it easier for me to scrap when the kit contains both pink and blue! This kit has all the pastel colors you need and is packed full of cute baby elements! Here's a peek at the kit.
I really love my layout that I made with this kit because I think it speaks so much of the love you feel when you have a newborn baby (or two in my case). I hope you like my layout too. Don't forget to head over to The Scrappy Kat's store to pick up this kit.
If you buy this huge kit, you can use this coupon code to get either the cardstock pack or the polka dot cardstock pack for free! Here's the coupon code:LOL_FREEPAPERPACK
Scraps by Andrea has done it again! She has a beautiful new kit out called "Color My World." This kit is full of rainbow colors and is a huge kit! I just loved scrapping with this kit. The preview only shows solid color papers but there are pattern papers in there too! You'll see several of them in my layouts. Here are my layouts. I made the first one for the word of the week challenge at Stuff to Scrap. The word was "flowers." I knew what pictures to use because we had visited the Chicago Botanic Gardens just a few days before and the flowers were in full bloom. Once I saw this kit, I knew it would work perfectly with my photos. The tulips worked so well with the yellows, reds and greens in this kit.