Back to Basics: Tags, dashboards and shaker insert covers | Mommy Lhey


 Hey there beautiful friends!!! It's Kim (@krodesigns) here today!  I thrilled to show you my first project(s) from the March Little Bits Box!  If you haven't had a chance to see the whole "Nighty, Night" kit in entirety, here is my quick unboxing of this sleepy little collection that really packs a punch!



Let's get started on our first a 3 projects for today!


First of all lets talk dashboards inserts!  These are the plannels of paper that I created using part digital and part physical parts.  The background paper was a digital print out from the kits free digital files and everything else minus the dies cuts and washi were left over cut parts.  I never throw anything away while I'm creating!


The backside of this one is another combo of left of over parts and die cuts.  I did include the top half of the title card from the kit though.  I love that sentiment!


I made another one using the left overs of the pattern paper and packaging but did add some washi and those fab black alphas from the kit!


The second project I made was this quick insert cover!  I loved the way the acetate and the vellum looked together right out of the package I decided to keep it that way!  


I did add a couple die cuts and sequins from my own stash and sewed around the edges to make sure they were snug as a bug in a rug!


Let's talk about tags!  I had a blast putting the three of these together.  This one is simply a die cut, some packaging and some stickers!  


The next one had a few more layers.  I couldn't wait to use those shaker stickers on these tags!  They add so much dimension and pizazz! The back tags I made sure all had swallows tails to match!


This one is most definately my favorite!  I'm not sure if it's the bow or the yellow but it makes me so very happy.  The edges were cut using my pinking sheers and I did add a couple stickers and a few die cuts too!


Thanks for joining me here today!  If you want to see a process video on how I made all these projects, the link is below!!! 


Thanks for stopping!!!

YOU TUBE VIDEO HERE!


-Kim 
XOXO

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