Happy Monday, SCT friends! This week on the blog we are featuring our brand new winter kits available this Friday at 2:00 pm! Today through Wednesday we will share our Let It Snow layout kit and the gorgeous artwork created by our kit team, Lisa Dickinson (our kit curator!), Jen Gallacher, and Meghann Andrew. We have loved what each of them has created with their kit and with so much leftover! On Thursday, we will feature our Season’s Greetings card kit and the beautiful cards created by creative team member Latisha Yoast.
Ready to see what Meghann Andrew created with the Let It Snow kit? Be sure to also go to the end of this post to see what Meghann had to say about this kit.
Santa Love – single page layout
Winter Wonderland – double page layout
Peace, Love, Joy card
We asked Meghann a few questions:
Favorite product: The exclusive stamp was my favorite product in the kit. I love the pretty script font to spell “winter,” the santa circle that is perfect for creating an embellishment and the beautiful snowflakes that I used a lot this month!
Unique way: I loved the Icicles patterned paper, especially the B-side. When I saw it, I immediately thought that it could be cut up in a grid of four squares, then into triangles, and that provided the base for my double-page spread. I love the way that the triangles draw your eye to the center of my spread.
Traditional/unconventional: I am typically a purist when it comes to holiday colors, but love these more muted, unconventional colors found in the kit! They felt more earthy and neutral to me, which fit perfectly with my winter and holiday photos.
Tips: Plan ahead. Make a list of the photos that you want to capture during the month. Put time aside, even if only one hour, for creativity. Lastly, don’t feel bad for recording your holidays after the first of the year, when things calm down a bit!
This limited edition layout kit will be available for preorder this Friday at 2:00 pm EST!
Tomorrow kit curator Lisa Dickinson will be sharing her gorgeous projects and sharing her thoughts on working with the kit. See you then!