June Let’s Go | DITL

It’s time to share June’s DITL kit inspiration from several of the Daisy Designers! Here is what the group of ladies have to share for inspiration this month:

First up is Ashli, who had these beautiful designs to share!

 

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I love how Ashli always pulls out the soft color palettes of the kits and adds her own whimsical, playful style to each page.ASHLIDITL1

 

 

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I still can’t get enough of that Simon (nerdy bunny) stamp! Love how Ashli has playfully worked him into her design here.

Next up is Alissa, who packed a whole week of fun times with her Momma onto one pint sized DITL spread. Really loving how she mixed up her DITL album with the smaller squared pockets and brought out the bold red in this month’s kit!

 

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Denise brought out the bold blues and graphic patterns that this kit has to offer in her page all about her son Connor’s upcoming graduation. Amazingly fun Senior photos of her son, yes?! And this kit complemented them so well! (*Congrats to Connor!)

 

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Here Denise showed off the kit stamps and her playful side with the addition of the bright yellow and beautiful watercolor blues:

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Lisa played up her designs with a sunny stencil misting technique (on her “just a little note” card) as well as sketching a playful outline with a fine point black pen for added continuity to her design. Love those hearts, triangles and feathers too!

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And lastly, one of my DITL designs. I played off the yellow-orange in the kit and in my photos and accented my design with the red and blues in the kit. I used the “adventure awaits” stamp as part of my weekly lead card and placed several of the Evalicious puffy stickers in several places I wanted to draw the eyes toward.

 

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Here is my spread with the insert included (Design H page protector, I believe)

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A close up shows how I added some of the Pink Paislee Atlas globes to the front and back of the page protector (I used my tiny attacher). I love adding in elements on occasion that allow one to peek through at items beneath. This one was no exception!

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Below I placed my 3×4 “Documented” journaling card over my 4×6 photo. I didn’t want to crop down my photo and I didn’t want to skimp on my journaling, so I figured this was a good solution. I also employed this technique with the “Find Your Bliss” card and the photo of my oldest son Ian.

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A little bit of machine stitching to make it feel complete and done!

Here’s hoping we have inspired you to create today! Have an amazing weekend!

 


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1 Comment

  1. Julie B

    What a timely post, Suz! Thank you and love your clever “globe” idea and tips & tricks.

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