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{Reveal Day} Dixie Pieces




October Kit- Riptide @ Dixie Pieces $28.00
Dive right into this bright and summery Dixie Pieces scrapbook kit. This Riptide kit features blue and orange papers from Kaiser Craft, Bo Bunny, and coordinating kraft papers from Fancy Pants Designs and Bazzill Basics cardstock. Embellishments include Kaiser Craft paper flowers and die cut embellishments; Maya Road craft envelopes, Jenni Bowlin crepe paper, Bo Bunny buttons, a 12"x12" canvas fabric piece, tulle pieces, and two alphabets! Riptide is packed full of new product to complete many scrapbook pages or other projects.

Patterned Paper and Cardstock
(single sheets of 12x12 paper unless otherwise stated)
Kaiser Craft Offshore Collection Ripple double-sided patterned paper
Kaiser Craft Offshore Collection White Cap double-sided patterned paper
Kaiser Craft Offshore Collection Current double-sided patterned paper
Kaiser Craft Offshore Collection Swell double-sided patterned paper
Bo Bunny Kitchen Spice Cinnamon double-sided patterned paper
Fancy Pants Rough and Tough Grunge double-sided patterned paper
Fancy Pants Rough and Tough Wishing Star double-sided patterned paper
Fancy Pants Kraft Kuts Graph Star single-sided die cut paper
Bazzill Basics Midnight Cardstock (2 sheets)
Bazzill Basics Patina Cardstock
Bazzill Basics Fig Swirl Cardstock

Embellishments
(single items unless otherwise noted)
Sassafras Pocket Full of Rosies 12x12 Cardstock sticker alphabet
My Little Shoebox quicksand mini sticker alphabet
Kaiser Craft Offshore Collection die cut elements
Kaiser Craft paper flowers; blue and orange
Jenni Bowlin Crepe Paper navy
Buttons Galore Granny�s Button Box Rowdy Stars buttons
Maya Road craft envelopes
Bo Bunny Kitchen Spice buttons
Fabric mesh stripes; orange and teal
12�x12� fabric canvas

Here is what I did with the kit :)




3 comments:

KellyG said...

Great kit! Love what you did with it!

Kelly said...

Awesome work. Love all the stuff you did with that kit. Love the Reach for the stars card.

LisaM said...

Gorgeous work Lucy!