Thursday, May 1, 2014

Mornings | May Write Click Scrapbook Layout


The May gallery is now live at Write.Click.Scrapbook.!  This month the theme is “Everydaily”, which is our take on scrapbooking something that is a part of our everyday lives.  I thought of my morning cup of coffee right away, because that is definitely a daily ritual for me!

12 x 12 | materials cardstock (Studio Calico) + patterned paper (Studio Calico, BasicGrey) + journal cards (Studio Calico, Evalicious) + alphabets (American Crafts) + die cuts (Pink Paislee) + washi (Studio Calico) + sequins (Studio Calico) + tabs (Evalicious) + paper clip (Evalicious) + stickers (Basic Grey, Evalicious, Crate Paper) + stamps (Kelly Purkey, Studio Calico) + ink (Studio Calico) + enamel dots (Studio Calico) + flairs (Evalicious) + punches (EK Success, Fiskars, Martha Stewart, Marvy Uchida) + stapler (Tim Holtz, Swingline) + adhesives (Scotch, Glue Dots) + scissors (EK Success) + pen (Sakura)

I used a lot of Evalicious goodies such as puffy stickers, shaped paper clips, tabs, badges, and journal card on this layout.  Eve has a bunch of coffee-related goodies in her “Everyday” collection in her shop!


This layout came together rather fast, in about an hour. I knew I wanted coffee theme and embellishments, and yellow, orange, and brown colors. I quickly found some papers, stamps, and embellishments to match. Love it when it comes together quickly and the creativity just flows!


Some sequins and enamel dot clusters finish off the page.


You can see the whole “Everydaily” gallery at WCS here, and see the launch post here.  Lots of awesome inspiration to scrap the every day!

I have just finished the rest of my March Project Life pages, so I will take photos of them and share them soon.  This Saturday is {inter}National Scrapbook Day and I can’t wait to crank out a few pages!


  1. I love this layout!! The colors are so pretty, and the cup just seems to jump off the page. Nice!

  2. Hi, for the picture, did you print out square and cut the extra borders? Thanks.

    1. Yes, I printed the square photo on 4x6 photo paper and trimmed off the sides.


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