Friday, March 15, 2013

ScrapThat! Kit March Creations by Amarilys Doria

Amarilys here today sharing with you the projects that I made with the March Kit "New Blooms". This kit is simply gorgeous and filled to the rim with scrappy goodies!

My first layout is based on my sketch for ScrapThat! March Kit.

(See details about the challenge here: Sketch Challenges)

and here's my take on it:

I used the Main Kit, The Embellishment Add On and Flower Add On for this layout. The jute and cardboard are from my stash. The dark green leaves and butterflies are all handmade by me.

I wanted this layout to be outdoorsy so I did a lot of distressing and used a brown/green color palette. I used a circle cardboard (from the box that the kit came in) and distressed it with white acrylic paint and Vintage Photo distress ink. I also did some water distressing on the edges and machine stitched around twice.

Here are a few close ups:

My second layout is about the first time I held my best friend's newborn baby girl.

"Cherish" Layout

I used the Main Kit, The Embellishment Add On and Flower Add On for this layout. The hemp cord, large pink Prima flower and cardboard are from my stash. Everything else is included in this month's kit.These pictures were taken by my friend Hanay when I first held her newborn daughter. These pictures are so precious to me and it's a memory that I will always cherish!

Here are a few close ups:

My last project is a set of two birthday cards. Everyone can use one more birthday card for their stash, right?

Birthday Card Set

I used the Main Kit only for these cards. The doilies are handmade with the Cheery Lynn Designs English Tea Party Doily Die. I have a tutorial on how I made this card set using scraps after I was done working with the March Kit.

Here are some close ups:

Thanks for stopping! I hope that you are inspired to make something with this amazing kit! If you want to see more of my creations, please stop by my blog today!


  1. Such gorgeous pages and cards, Amy. Thanks for sharing your close-ups so we can see all your amazing details!! Blessings, Tracey

  2. Wonderful projects, Amy! Love the close-ups!