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Thursday, March 29, 2012

March Guest Designer


Welcome back to another day of beautiful projects from our
March Guest Designer,


Before we see more of Kimberly's work we wanted to share with you a few more 'get-to-know-you' details about her!


Q: What inspires you?
A: I love sketches, bold and vibrant colors, whimsical themes...Fun is a MUST in most all that I do because if I am not having fun then it just becomes a chore!

Q: If you could live anywhere in the world where would it be?
A: As long as I am with family, that is home to me. I can't imagine any place being so spectacular that I would live away from my momma and daddy...Yes, I'm still a momma's girl at heart!!!!!

Q: How did you get into scrapbooking?
A: How would you describe your style? I had a friend introduce scrapbooking to me when my daughter was 4 years old...that was 8 years ago. WOW!!!! I can't believe it has been that long ago. Anyway, I started out, like many others, with Creative Memories. But, I soon ventured out and beyond what CM had to offer and I have never looked back. My style is along the lines of clean, linear, fun and simple. I guess to me, less is more!!!!

Okay, ok! Enough chit-chatting and on to the projects!!

Kimberly altered this wooden frame into a beautiful, treasured
keepsake for her daughter.

"Best Friends"
"For the picture frame, I adhered the paper with Mod Podge. You also want to add a thin layer of Mod Podge on top as well to seal the paper to the frame. It also protects the frame from future wear & tear. I went kind of simple with the styling of the frame, but I love the end resutl and my daughter was thrilled to add it to her room decor!!

"Sweet & Sassy"

"I love kraft cardstock and the Sole Sisters collection worked perfectly on top of the kraft.
This layout is of my lovely niece, Lauren, who loves to smile and pose for the camera. A little secret for those of you who sometimes get stuck on where to begin ... Scraplift yourself!! "

"Again I am so smitten with these fab girl papers and of course I used the i-rock to add some fun bling to my page. Several of the embellishments are pop-dotted for dimension and I used some fun border punches on the papers for interest."


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We hope that you've enjoyed seeing some of Kimberly's work as much as we've enjoyed having her join us this past month!

Now don't forget about our Giveaway!

All you have to do is leave a comment here on this blog post, hop on over to Kimberly's blog and let her know how much you enjoyed her projects and you'll be entered to win an i-rock tool of your very own!

(winner will be announced Fri., March 30th)

19 comments:

Barbara said...

These are just great layouts! I prefer clean and simple design, so they're perfect IMHO!

Adora Concepcion said...

gorgeous projects!!

Lisa P said...

Gorgeous style! Love her projects.

Guiseppa said...

Love these projects too! What a cute frame!

CheckerBeads said...

thanks for all the fab projects Kimberly!

Anne

JAVAGIRL said...

Congrats on guwst designing and thanks fvor inspiration

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

Love the layouts. Thanks for sharing

Michele Duffy said...

The frame project is perfect, simple and cute!

Caryn S said...

More houndstooth yay! Love both projects and the one with the frame is my favorite. My mind immediately went to a photo of my daughter from GS Camp a couple of years ago that would be perfect for a project like this!

Iris said...

Now following Kimberly's blog. Cute projects. Iris

connie said...

cute projects!

SandiB said...

Terrific projects today. Thanks for sharing them.

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ajmaluck said...

Your projects were too cute. Loved them all.

cindy said...

You so rocked this collection. Fab frame and layout.

Bethany Becker said...

Beautiful frame!

lynda said...

I've already gotten set up to follow Kimberly's blog & I did leave her a message. I've never used the I-Rock but have seen its results. I'd love to win it!

Sue D said...

Fabulous frame and layout!

Dr. J said...

I love the frame! And using kraft with this line is inspired along with those paint splatters!

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