Some times the best things are worth the wait. The March Kits being one of them! Filled to the brim with some crazy gorgeous goodness, namely Christy's new line with Pink Paislee (looooved it!!!!) you could still smell the ink drying on the paper :)
I couldn't resist digging into that line first. Having taken Christy's She Art Class last year, I felt the need to create my own She Art girl with her new line. I got some help with the textures by using some of Christy's new stamps with Unity
and her new vintage doily mask:
Now typically the SheArt girls are created on canvases, but guess what...I couldn't find my canvases and here was the handy piece of cardboard laying in the garage...sooooo I just went with it and used what I had. I ended up really having fun working and utilizing the texture of the cardboard and hello, its FREE! This was such a fun project to work on and I let me daughter help along too. She is anxious to make her own She Art doll!
You can register for the SheArt Class HERE There is so much information and it is so creatively refreshing and challenging, you won't regret it!
Remember how we talked about numbers last month? Well here is my project featuring numbers!
The number I ended up focusing on is 34....what I am going to be on my next birthday....YIKES! I remember when 34 sounded ancient, like you would have one foot in the grave, ancient...I was inspired by the Pink Paislee measuring tape ribbon (ADORABLE!) and the first number that popped out to me was 34, and it immediately struck a chord with me. I repeated the number up above by using the Pink Paislee stickers and then added more numbers in the form of the year. Had I been thinking and had a bit more time, I think I would have liked to mask 34 somewhere on the layout with some paints...but alas...coulda, shoulda, woulda.
Have you used your March Kits yet? We would love to see them. Link us up to your projects. Let us take a peek and be inspired by YOU!
Our April kits should be on the way soon...so while we wait, check out Christy's newest workshop in coordination with Junelle Jacobsen: Art of Wild Abandonment This hands down has been the most intriguing and inspiring class workshop that Christy has offered yet. If you could only see the work that the students are producing. It is awe inspiring, jaw dropping kind of work. You can find more information about the workshop HERE!
Stay tuned as more projects featuring March's kits are shared!