Clique Kits Show & Tell Blog Share!

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Happy blog share day everyone!  You probably arrived here from Gia’s blog and I know that girl knocked your socks off with her project!!  If you didn’t get here from Gia’s blog, then you may want to start at the beginning on the Clique Kits blog where you’ll find the entire line up today.  Speaking of our blog share line up today, its’ HUGE!!  We’re super excited for all the Clique Kits members playing along today.  I totally cannot wait to see of their wonderful projects!!  Well, without further ado let’s keep this party going.  Here’s a layout about my three favorite little people and our recent obsession with taking selfies ~ Sari, Hannah and Abigail. 

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I used the heck out of the Clique Kits Spelling Bee words, Simple Stories stickers, Pink Fresh Wood Veneers, Lacey’s handmade flag paperclips and all the lovely Simple Stories and Heidi Swapp papers!  I added some American Crafts Thickers from my stash, along with a Crate Paper sticker or two.  What the heck, here a some more close-ups just for you 🙂

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And now you’ll be hopping over to the fabulous Clique Kit girl, Erica Thompson!  I just about flipped when I saw her sneak peak on Facebook last night…. can you say EEEEK!?  Well, I did and so will you.  Happy blog hopping today!  Don’t forget to leave us all some lovely comments so you can be entered to win a $10 store credit for Clique Kits!  EEEEk again, right!  Erica is waiting for your visit 🙂




16 thoughts on “Clique Kits Show & Tell Blog Share!”

  1. Oh yeah, that’s fabulous… and it makes me think I can squeak one more layout out of my tiny scraps I have left!!! LOVE all the bright colors popping off the white! On to the next blog!

  2. Oh my word!! Awesome sauce is right!! Love this layout, how did you do your splatters?! They look so much better than I can ever get mine to look! LOL!

    1. Tess, I think I feel a tutorial coming on.. I take the sprayer nozzle out of the bottle and flick the ink onto the paper 🙂 Other times, I’ll actually touch the tip of the sprayer tube to the paper. Idk what else to call the part that actually goes into the bottle of ink lol. Does that help?

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