A Closer Look At The December Kiwi Club Kit

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A Bright Turn

If you are subscribed to the Kiwi Club then you should have received your December Kiwi Club Kit by now! (Some of you might have not due to Holiday season shipping delays). We decided to take a more bright turn on this year’s December kit and we are super happy with the way it turned out. Fun fact, the one who designed this months paper line was none other than Shilohs daughter, Clara! Because of this, we thought it would be fun to take a look at what Shiloh created with this months Kiwi Club Kit!

One Page Layouts

Shiloh had a lot of fun scrapbooking some caroling memories on her one-page layout. She used the Build a Snowman Accessory set to create her snowman and then wrapped a scarf around him using Ribbon. And to add even more texture, she used some pulled apart yarn to create the gnomes beard.

The Gift a la carte was perfect for this one page Christmas Layout, as well as the Wonderland templates from the December 2019 Kiwi Club Kit. The sentiment card from the kit was a wonderful addition and a perfect place to add journaling.

Two Page Layouts

Are you as in love with these adorable gnomes as we are? They are so cute, especially when you add a little tassel to their hat and a pink, cold tinged nose. Shiloh also loved adding the speech bubble from the February 2020 Kiwi Club Kit to frame a sentiment card from the kit. The little Christmas tree was from the Wonderland template set (December 2019 Kiwi Club Kit) and helped add to the fond memory of picking a Christmas tree.

There is nothing like going up into the snow-capped mountains to find yourself a fresh Christmas tree. And there’s nothing like using the Moutain a la carte, Pine a la carte, and the Wilderness Accessory from the June 2018 Kiwi Club Kit to pull the fun tradition together.

 

Pulling from the December 2019 Kiwi Club, Shiloh put up her Christmas tree and wrapped some string around it to recreate a string of lights. For the borders, she used Clara Lane and had fun layering them on top of each other to create dimension. Again, the sentiment cards are perfect for journaling!

The bright paper that came with the kit this year was perfect for the memory of bright lights around the Holiday season. And using Tiny Traditions, Shiloh recreated the fun Holiday event. On a different note, we loved how she used Lacey Trims to frame her sentiment card!