I was a little unsure about the kit this month because I loved the colors, but I wasn't sure I'd like it more than the January, WHODUNIT kit. After all, I was on a high after that kit. It was just right up my alley. Surprisingly, although I liked the looks of WHODUNIT kit as a whole, I liked the results of my layouts with BAKER'S DOZEN.
This is the layout that I hit the trifecta on for the first time ever. Yes, I sewed, typed, and misted on a single layout. This day will be written in the history books for sure.
Actually, I was quite pleased with myself for typing along those stripes at an angle. That took a bit of finagling. The supplies I used in addition to the main kit are listed (and linked) below:
- Binding Edge Punch
- Altered Orange Paint + one of the brushes in this set
- Gold Mist
- Orange Mist
- Precision Pen 05
- Marvy 2.5" square punch
This was another layout that I had fun making. I used items from the Petit Fours add-on, which is now sold out, plus these items:
- Blank Canvas paint plus the 1/4" brush in the same set as above to make my journaling lines.
- Lime Mist
- Blue Raspberry Mist
- Cream Mist
- 3" Circle Punch by Marvy used as a mask
Last, this is one of the layouts that I just felt so smart making. Isn't that a good feeling to get when you think you've come up with a great idea? Even if it's not all that original, but you just feel clever. Well, that was me with this layout. I had the idea to use my 3" Square Marvy punch and make polaroid shapes from various patterned papers. So, that's just what I did, then I scattered them around the page and painted the center of some with the blank canvas paint. I also used orange and carnation mist to spray the background of the cardstock. It's a pink boy layout, but I think it works.
As always, let me know if you have any questions.