I managed more than 30 layouts during the month due to some other commitments and of the 28 LOAD214 layouts, only 3 were made with stash not found in my kits. What a result.
Here are just a few that I haven't shared:
The first three are from my February kit, Tender.
LOAD214 #25 Myth: You have to plan your page out beforehand
|Another Teresa Collins file folder which can be used for additional photos and journalling.|
LOAD214 #26 Myth: All supplies have to come from the same manufacturer
|I knew my Counterfeit kit would be the way to go with this one and I picked out products from 8 different manufacturers and nothing from the same product line where I have two items from one manufacturer (e.g. October Afternoon, letters and paper)|
LOAD214 #28 Off prompt to do my regular LOAD round up and stack of pages photos.
|35 layouts completed in total and I think 24 or 25 of the prompts followed. This was a good LOAD!|
And this layout comes from my September 2013 kit, Passport. (I've also started another one using the kit, yet to be finished, so maybe the kit wasn't as unsuccessful as it seems)
LOAD214 #27 Myth: Journalling should cover all 5 W's and 1 H of writing (what, where, who, when, why, how)
|I was determined to give this kit a try and try it I did. Several times during the month, I opened it up only to close it again untouched. So I was pleased to get this one made and another one started.|
I still have old three kits on my shelf - Passport, Nostalgic and Tender - as well as my new Balance, but those older kits are all but finished and I might just break them back into my stash so that I can concentrate on some Scrapabilly scrapping to be completed before the weekend and my wonderfully calming Balance kit.
How long do you keep your kits before putting them back into your stash?