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I have a double dose for you today – my November Simple Scrapper Sketches and some of my Paperie Card Kit LO’s!

Jennifer’s sketches this month were amazing and I made three LO’s with them, using the Card Kit as my paper base.

First is my Story Starter LO:

there was us

I love, love, love the colours in the kit and I was very excited to discover that the Dear Lizzie fabric frames matched perfectly! I know I normally only use the contents of the kit, but I simply had to add those frames in – I suggest you go buy them if you’re getting the kit!

I did lots of layers and some fussy cutting with this one, plus had some fun with the ribbon:

there was us - ribbon

One of the big bonuses in this month’s kit is the Wink of Stella pen – look at the shimmer!

there was us - wink of stella

My next LO was pretty simple – just a couple of pics from one of our many days on the beach this summer:


I kept it fairly monochromatic with some punches of gold as an accent. I did have fun doodling with my Faber-Castell pen and adding little enamel dots:

sunshine - layers

Finally, the kit had some anchor and sailboat paper so I just had to pull out a picture of sailing on my dad’s boat:

at the helm

I added some stash stuff to this LO too, in the form of a Studio Calico wooden boat, an anchor, and some hearts. Plus, I layered lots of fun bits and bobs:

at the helm - embellies

The arrow paperclip and the heart ones from the first LO are also included in the kit – lots of fun goodies this month!

As you can see from above, we’ve changed the Simple Scrapper Blog Hop to a Community Show & Tell! Just click here to go check it out, see the team’s work, and add a link to your own!

If you want to see the rest of the Card Kit reveal, go the The Paperie blog for my work here and Wendy’s take on the kit here. Of course, you can pop in the store to see them all in person as well!

Whew – that was a lot to cover today! Now go grab a coffee and enjoy all the eye candy!


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