Tuesday, April 27, 2010


If you've always LOVED Basic Grey products- this kit is for you!!!!
Receive a free 12x12 album at the end of the 12 month kit club.

ONLY 4 spots left in the Basic Grey Page of the Month Kit Club

You receive:
>>Pattern and solid papers from BasicGrey’s most current collections
›› A selection of our newest, most popular embellishments
›› An exclusive double-page sketch
›› Step-by-step instructions and color photos in a pdf format

The upcoming May/June 2010 kits features a brilliant selection of Green at Heart papers, Element Stickers, Canvas Tags, Micro Monogram Stickers in a layout that is perfect for early summer activities. Bursting with juicy color, patterns and texture, Kelly Goree’s layout is a sweet take on the Green at Heart collection.

For those who wish to keep with the “All About Me” theme to their layouts, members can document their favorite place or places (up to three images can be included on the layout). For students working on a more general theme, this layout lends itself to Mother’s Day, early summer cookouts and gardening.

June’s kit features the elegant and timeless Cappella collection. Nic Howard’s layout features Cappella Chip Sticker ABCs and Cappella Pops along with Nic’s signature “fussy-cutting” techniques for a classic, dimensional, and easily adaptable layout for June. This layout is dignified and perfect for weddings and graduations; f

or “All About Me,” we suggest your members take an honest look at some of their biggest fears and how they want to, or have, overcome them.

Other suggestions:

early summer
Mother’s Day
school’s out
kid’s graduation

prom/ school dance
high school or college graduation

All about Me: “Favorite Places” – take a moment to think about the places you’ve spent time– whether it’s a room in your house, your favorite reading chair, or a place in town that is familiar to you—or a far-away and magical location you’ve visited. Think about why they are your favorite places. Feature up to three different places, or focus on just one.

“Things that scare me” – dig deep and be honest about your fears: what you are afraid of and why. Documenting your fears is one big step you have towards conquering them. For those preparing the “all about me” album, honestly documenting your fears may help the recipients understand you better and draw strength from your experiences.

TUESDAY 2 FER: Purchase 2 Basic Grey 12x12 letters sheets & receive 2 FREE.

Happy Scrappin'

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