Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Update & a FREE cut file.

Yes I know...I'm a revolting blogger!

What with assignments, Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest...then all the important stuff too... like supervising kids, doing 'Mom-type' stuff, laundry (evil stuff) and making sure there is edible contents in the fridge.

I remain stumped how to do it all??!

In an effort to prove that I am in fact still alive, breathing & scrapbooking) I will post some stuff I did for (the super cute) Debbie Hodge's, Make it Mean Seminar, which went live last month :)

If you are a subscriber, you can hear my live interview here>> 

A Big Hairy Question by Kim Watson
(Used some super cute goodies from Bella Boulevard.)
Sometimes the most inconsequential moment can become a special memory. I showed the students how the 'type of font'can contribute to the subliminal mood of the page.

Spring Fever by Kim Watson
(Used American Crafts papers, Queen & Co & Bella Boulevard washi tape.) 
Here I showed the students of motif and color can create underlying meaning and set the scene without too many obvious markers.

Always laugh by Kim Watson
(Used Jillibean Soup goodies & AC thickers.)
Big conversational titles work so well to say what needs to be said!

He said... by Kim Watson
(A mixture of goodies...can't remember from who (errm!)
Capture conversation using a progression of photos...capturing the moment as it unfolds.

BONUS: You are welcome to use the cut file I made for my photo strips. NB: Personal use only.

Oh before I forget... I have a kinda cool new blog post up at Fancy Pants Designs... WAVE TREND
Check it out...

I will endevor to be more regular at blogging...:) pinky swear...

As a friend rightly advised..."write a couple of posts & schedule them!"Now why didn't I think of that!
Happy crafting friends! 


  1. Very cute LOs....thanks for the cutting file! :D

  2. wow! it has been ages!! love these all so much! the moustache layout is so gorgeous and I love how you journal on vellum.

  3. seriously FUN creations--make me smile!

  4. I always love seeing your layouts, and now so many all at once! Awesomely inspirational :-)

  5. Loved seeing these pages in the Make It Mean Seminar, Kim!! Your layouts are always so inspiring!! And I really loved the fun wave techniques you used on your layouts and cards for the FP post! :)


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