If you know anything about my style, even just by reading this blog, you know that I tend to go a little overboard in my techniques and embellishments. After receiving the March kit and it being a nature theme, I knew that I had to do something a little more "organic" and not so overworked but also something that still represents my style. With that I introduce you to my "Natural Beauty Pocket Letter":
My main focus was to highlight the papers but still keep the integrity of my style. I pulled other elements from this kit as well as previous kits, like this "Live life out loud" rub on from the January kit.
Layering washi, ripping it to add a bit more jazz or even manipulating the shape is an quick and easy way to add a little more interest to your cards. But also, can we talk about that wood grain paper?
Another awesome thing about paper is that it doesn't need to be just paper. For instance, the sticky notes. They don't need to be just sticky notes. I laminated them, glued them onto a paper clip and made a customization paper clip. I took it a step further, however, and added a little flower made from other elements in the kit and glued it to the top of the pocket letter. The flower and paper clips sit just right so that it just looks like a flower with leaves!
I really enjoy how this pocket letter turned out. I hope this blog helped you figure out new and interesting way to use the items in your planner kit!