Well, this is embarrassing the kit smitten blog post is three days late this week. I don't know about your part of the country - but around here everyone is down and out with the flu. And by everyone, I mean my daughter and husband. It really does throw a wrench into my day though. Anyway, this week the Creative Team used the whole Pea Soup collaboration for it's Kit Smitten focus. And if you haven't seen it yet, you should really go there now. AWESOME - seriously!
I made this little preview of some of the products - although it has just a few of the things which are available - it shows how well these products coordinate with one another. let me say it again - if you haven't seen it yet you really should go there now. AWESOME!
And the Creative Team totally responded to it by sending in layout after layout, for a biy of inspiration
First up is a page by Mary Jo Johnston - isn't this picture the cutest thing? And we really love the vertical design. The ombre paper by Mommyish completely works as a subtle background paper.
Next is Jen Richards, we love the bright colors of this month on the gray background & use of white space.
Page three is by Mary Martinez. We love the use of color with the black and white photos - and the fun diaganol design leads your eye right into the pictures.
This page is by Jennifer Barksdale. There are so many great little details on this page from the cut out arrows to the embossed title. The star of the show is the smirky little smile her son has though. What a seasonally perfect page to show it off.
Liz Jutila scrapped a darling photo of her grand-daughter for us - we love the title word art. She customized some of Jen Reed's word art strips to say her grand-daughters name. Don't you love digital?
And Laura O'Donnell used this month's collab to make these darling hybrid tags. The texture, the colors, the everything is just scrumptious!
Kimberly Kalil used this month's Pea Soup kits to design her page for this week's digital challenge. She challenges us to use no fewer than 6 different patterned papers on one layout. She has nine on this completely cohesive looking page. It can be done! We love the look of the white strokes to help define the pieces. Yes, you should play along!
And there is my entry for the week - I couldn't top Kimberley's nine but it does have 8 different papers for her challenge. :)
You know we can't wait to see what you all do with this month's Pea Soup too - link us up, folks!