Rainbow of colors - A layout with Scrapbook Werkstatt's June Kit

Scrapbook Werkstatt's June kit is now available! Here is my first layout with the kit. I'm pretty sure that a layout can't be more simple than this! One strip of pattern paper, acetate words stapled to white cardstock, picture and some mist splatters. When I saw that rainbow colored paper from the kit I knew I had to create a layout with it together with Pinkfresh Studio acetate words. The words repeat the colors from the paper and create a cool rainbow of colors!

Materials: Scrapbook Werkstatt's June Kit

Daydream - A layout and a sketch for Scrapidées

This week I'm a guest at Scrapidées blog! Scrapidées is a popular French blog that shares layouts together with a sketch every week. I was honored to be asked to create a sketch and a layout for them! This is actually the first sketch that I made myself and I had fun making it! If you are inspired by the sketch, please let me know in the comments!

Materials: Elle's Studio - Little Moments

Work hard - a layout with SBW May Kit

Today I'm just popping here very quickly to show you my last layout with Scrapbook Werkstatt's May Kit. The topic of this layout is so relevant as I have been working a lot with a big project at work!

Materials: Scrapbook Werkstatt's May Kit

Real Story - a traveler's notebook spread

Here is another spread from my traveler’s notebook. I have made my own traveler’s notebook inserts and I use one of these notebooks for memory keeping. This notebook is currently one of my favorite ways to document memories: simple, easy and quick! For this spread I have used Pinkfresh Studio products.

This is a typical spread from my notebook. The photo and journaling are the most important things there and the embellishments and papers support them. I loved using the washi tape strips as they bring some additional journaling to the spread.

Materials: Pinkfresh Studio (Felicity and Life Noted Collections)

You can do it - A layout with SBW May Kit

Here's another layout I created with Scrapbook Werkstatt's May kit. This spring has been full of challenging projects at work and at home. I created this layout as a motivational piece for myself. When you stay focused you can do what ever you want!

Materials: Scrapbook Werkstatt's May Kit

Minibook: Ongoing Story

Here is a minibook I made with Pinkfresh Studio's Felicity and Life Noted collections. Both of these collections have a unique look but still they go together so well!

For this minibook I used the 3x4 cards from Life Noted as my base. I added pages to the mini book also by cutting cards from the Life Noted 6x6 paper pad. This mini book is photo heavy so I kept the embellishments to a minimum.

To see the inside pages check out this quick video where I flip through the mini book.

Materials: Pinkfresh Studio (Felicity and Life Noted collections)

Inspire - a layout with pretty colors

This is my third layout that I created with Scrapbook Werkstatt's May kit. For this layout I used quite a lot of embellishments from Pink Paislee's C'est la Vie collection. I just love the look of that collection, it's so fresh!

Materials: Scrapbook Werkstatt's May Kit

Blog Hop with Scrapbook Werkstatt's Design Team

Welcome to Scrapbook Werkstatt's May Blog Hop! You should have arrived from Steffi's blog and go ahead to Diana's blog next! In this blog hop Scrapbook Werkstatt's design team has created wonderful projects inspired by the mood board Kathleen has put together. I was so inspired by the mood board: the colors, textures, gold and flowers are just perfect for spring! 

There's a great prize for you too: All participants can win a 20 Euro voucher for the Scrapbook Werkstatt! Leave a comment until the 8th of May 2016 at every blog post of the blog hop. Just keep hopping and commenting!

Mood Board credits: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13

Here's the layout I created. This was a perfect opportunity to use the Bloom collection from Maggie Holmes. I went a bit crazy with the flowers!

I wanted to add white space to the layout to bring balance to the layout. I placed al the elements to the left side of the layout and kept the rest really simple.

Remember to leave a comment to each blog post of the hop to maximize your possibilities to win! Now, head over to Diana's blog to continue the blog hop!