Celebrate the Little Things from Keep It Simple

Hey everyone! Roree here with today’s Inspiration Station post and I have a beautiful project and some fun products to share with you from our new brand, Keep It Simple.

Today, I am sharing the work of Heather Leopard, an amazingly talented designer who worked with the Celebrate the Little Things collection. Here is a layout she created using this fun & colorful line:

Heather chose the streamer and doily patterned papers from the Collection Pack for the background of her layout. She accented the streamers on the upper half of the layout with Enamel Dots and used the doily paper to create a scalloped edge on the lower half. She joined the two with a strip from the sentiment patterned paper.

She used the “Celebrate” chipboard from the Chipboard Words pack for her title and created a stitched banner directly under it with die cuts from the Ephemera pack.

She then added her sweet photos, accenting them with several pieces of Ephemera and some fussy-cut doily flowers to finish. Isn’t it adorable?!

This collection is perfect for celebration-themed cards, layouts, projects and more! And there are other great products in the collection such as Washi Tape, a 4×6 Stamp Set, and Travelers Notebooks.

Be sure to check out the Celebrate the Little Things collection (plus our other great new collections) at the Keep It Simple website. I hope you enjoyed today’s Inspiration Station project. Thanks so much for stopping by!

8 thoughts on “Celebrate the Little Things from Keep It Simple

  1. fodanet says:

    Very cute! I don’t see the streamer paper or doily paper in that collection. Is there any way to just buy the streamer paper?

    • Roree Rumph says:

      Thanks! The papers are not available individually. They are only sold in the Collection pack.

  2. Anita says:

    Thanks! Is the streamer paper and the doily paper in that pack? Did not see it on the photo of what was in that pack.

  3. Mary Alane Winkler says:

    That is soo cute. Love the idea to add the enamel dots to the “stripes” on paper. Dresses it up!

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