Happy Monday, friends! I have a quick Layout Share video for you today showing you the projects I made with my Felicity Jane “Next Stop” Kit that I purchased a few months ago. I’ve been dying to use this kit! I just adore the colors and that floral paper … SWOON!
If you’d like to see close up photos of each page, just scroll past the video (there is also a BONUS layout, that wasn’t included in the video).
Here’s a quick look at what the kit looked like before I dug into it.
This kit was from July, so unfortunately it is no longer available, but hopefully, you will still gain some inspiration from the designs and stories. (The chipboard letters from this kit are available in the Felicity Jane shop HERE.)
Okay! Now for the layouts … I included detail shots, in case you wanted to get a better look at something. Enjoy!
My relatives from Minnesota were driving through Utah on a road trip and called us to go for a quick lunch. It’s always so much fun to see them! We always pick up right where we left off … I love these people! They have blessed my life more than they know!
I cut out all the flowers from the floral patterned paper and used them as embellishments on every single page I’m sharing today.
That bit of black/white patterned paper was actually a leftover strip from another Felicity Jane kit … it worked perfectly as a little accent across the top of this page to ground everything.
I cut the word “hello” from a thank you insert card from the kit. The aqua letters are from my stash (Heidi Swapp).
I used my Mini Stapler to accent the word stickers.
I love the flair that comes with Felicity Jane kits. It is the perfect size! I added two of them here and they aren’t too large to take away from other things happening on the page.
I believe this is the only page I used the stamp on … Just a bit at the bottom to fill that empty space.
In my congregation I was serving as “Activity Days Leader” with the 8 to 12 year old girls. Every other week we would get together to craft, learn, and/or do a service project. I adore these girls so much!
On this particular day we covered the Bishop’s office (leader of our congregation) with hearts and notes to let him know how much we appreciate all he does for us! It was a lot of fun!
I layered a few bits from the cut apart sticker sheet at the top along with another piece of flair from the kit.
Below the photos, I clustered together more of the cut apart stickers, and a fussy-cut flower framed by a wood piece included with the kit.
These gorgeous chipboard letters were part of the kit and I adore them!
EMBRACING MY CURLY HAIR
I’ve always hated my cotton-candy-frizzy hair … then one day my hair dresser informed me, “You know your hair isn’t frizzy … it’s just curly!” She loaned me a book about curly hair and I learned to embrace my hair’s true nature … now I LOVE that I have curly hair!
More of those gorgeous handcut florals at the top of the page, (LOOOOVE!) and tons of patterned paper layers behind the photo. I even used the embossed glassine bag that held some of the kit items as one of the layers behind the photo. I love the varied texture it adds!
For the title, I combined the kit’s black/white chipboard letters with a few other sets of alphabets from my stash. The red letters are by American Crafts, and the aqua letters are an oldie-but-goodie by Making Memories (Pitter Patter collection).
BE MY VALENTINE
The colors and flowers in this kit screamed “Valentine’s Day” to me, even though this kit was released in July. I couldn’t resist pulling out a few photos of my daughter with her Valentine treats to scrap.
Another handcut flower spray … the tag from the cut-apart sticker sheet, a white tag from my stash, and the puffy heart stickers from the Felicity Jane store (sold out right now).
For the title, I used the kit’s chipboard letters along with a script letter sticker set by American Crafts.
At the bottom of the page, I combined the cut-apart sticker flag with a few punched flags (using scraps from the kit).
This last page was born from all of the leftover patterned paper strips from the kit. I stacked them vertically and then added a punch of black around the photos to help them stand out even more.
A few gold sequins from my stash and a bit of aqua ribbon from my stash to embellish … and then the same American Crafts Thickers that I used before.
Thanks so much for coming by! I hope you enjoyed my “gallery” of projects today!