Tuesday, July 22, 2014

July Clique Kits Blog Hop

This month's theme for Clique Kit is Captured on Film. They wanted us to use filmstrips, viewfinders or Polaroids.Well I didn't use any of those. I know rebel, instead I used my embellishments in rows like a filmstrip and the photos are a memory that I don't want to forget; we surprised the kids to a trip to Knott's Berry Farm for their birthdays.










My First layout this month is of my daughter. I was able to get a nice close-up of my daughter and wanted to "girl-up" the layout, mostly because she's not into pink and flowers anymore, but she was then. I used the buttons from the kit on the side to mimic a filmstrip.   
In this layout I wanted to show the kids and of course Snoopy. The embellishments are again in rows like a filmstrip framing my pictures.  

As I was looking through my pictures I realized they all had a theme. My kids had their hands up for every ride, how could I not put that in a layout. So for this layout each picture the kids have their hands up high. I kept the layout simple. I added the wood "gears" to symbolize the gears of a ride, and of course I had to add 2 tickets for these crazy riders.   My last layout is the kids at the end of the day. The kids and I love water and what's better than taking a fountain photo, Oh I know taking a fountain photo while in the fountain. I couldn't believe how perfectly the paper and the water and the stripes from the awning matched.

 Since the theme this month is Captured on Film I thought I'd make an cover for my iphone after all it is the camera I have on me at all times.

Well I couldn't go to bed without doing my last pictures of Knott's Berry Farm. Here are the kids at the Liberty Bell.  I turned the paper City Scape upside down; I love the paper but didn't want  the city to show. It was an easy fix to my problem.

I hope you all enjoyed my layouts and little craft. Make sure to check out the other ladies in the blog hop, comment on all the blogs for your chance of a great prize from Clique Kit.

27 comments:

  1. WOW girl you have been busy!!! Love your take on the challenge and making it your own! These layouts really highlight some fun looking moments! I love the iphone case! how adorable and clever!

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    1. Thanks Lacey it was a lot of fun this month.

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  2. You have been one busy crafter that is for sure!!! Way to think outside of the box on this months challenge!! I love these layouts they are perfect, the one with your kids and their hands up is awesome!!!! Great times that is for sure!! I also love that you made a phone case how clever!!! Loves= Scrappin Madge

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  3. Beautiful work, Alisha!! And I love all the fun photo's you used!

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    1. Thanks Danielle, I'm just happy I finally got around to doing these pics, they're only 8 years old LOL

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  4. What a busy (and fantastic) rebel you are! I adore how you interpreted this month's challenge with the buttons mimicking a photo strip - way to go!

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  5. Oh my! You have been busy!!! Awesome layouts, and loved your photos!

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  6. love your layouts and your phone case ROCKS!

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    1. Thanks Sarah, I didn't know what I was going to do with that flower and bottle caps and then it hit me.

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  7. You've been a scrapaholic! FABULOUS! I love how many layouts you've gotten completed with the kit!!

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    1. Thanks Scrapfaire, Hopefully I'll get some more done tonight too.

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  8. Love that you made a phone case decorationg! I always forget that scrapbooking can overlap into other crafty things, haha!

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  9. wow, you got a lot of mileage out of this kit! Fun layouts. I really like the your phone cover design.

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  10. You are a little rebel and guess what...I LOVE it! You captured the spirit of the theme perfectly and I love the idea of a more abstract version of a film strip with your embellishments. Awesome !! yes the phone case rocks and I adore the layout with the bokeh pattern background. Its hard to pick a fave-but that yellow really pops against the blue. Super job!! (And bokeh is a film motif also-so you rocked the challenge any way you look at it LOL)

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  11. i really like the ephemera details.

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    1. Thanks Rosann, this month was really fun.

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  12. Very crafty! Love the phone cover! What a very clever idea!

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  13. Thanks again everyone on the kind words. I'm going to try and finish up the kit this weekend so when the August kit comes in I can start that one.

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  14. You've made so many wonderful projects with this kit!

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  15. Let's see if blogger lets me leave a comment today... Holy cow you were crazy busy with this kit! iPhone case! Seriously cute. And I love you used all the papers in different combos ;) Beautiful job!

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