Kat Hansen

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  1. Still working on my pages - slowly, but they're coming together! LOL (and yes, I know the summer group for Project Scrap has closed, but I still wanted to share )
  2. Pssst, @Cassie King I'll let you in on a secret ... these are Anita's template I purchased the first pack and I'm going back for the second. This style is more photo-journalistic than I'm used to, but I love how quickly the pages are coming together with just a few pieces. Keeping things simple, and just using the same striped and kraft papers, and the red alpha, is really all I'm adding (well, and some doodled wordart pieces). The photo action is one I found through trial and error in a large package, and I LOVE IT! It's a faded vintage B&W.
  3. Wow! How you've made this pop of a black background is awesome - and what a great idea!
  4. Fabulous use of the brushes and all the grungy feeling you created here!
  5. Okay, so at the beginning of this session of Project Scrap, I said I was going to work on my NOLA album ... and this is why I never finish anything ... SQUIRREL!!!! (and lots of them!! ROFL!!). I had friends from Australia visiting for a week, and I met them in New York for a weekend to start off our visit, so I've been all excited about scrapping THOSE pages. Did I say squirrel?! I've already got four pages done for the album, and I'm keeping the formula really simple and focusing on photos and journaling, not a lot of embellishments.
  6. Love that this looks like a photobook page. Great job on incorporating all the different shapes.
  7. As a total fan of turtles (love them!), I just had to look at this page more closely. Love the clustering, and the turtle you created from all the shapes is amazing.
  8. Love all the color you've managed to incorporate here ... #highfive #lovepatterns!
  9. Wild & Free Boy

    My page for the Masters' Minimalist group - five elements used, and only one paper (which had the border doodles and stars already on it - bonus!).
  10. Okay, ladies, I plugged names in the list randomizer at Random.org this morning ... and congratulations!! Prizes will be coming soon -- 1. Ashes 2. Skivvy 3. Kiana
  11. Thanks to everyone for playing along with last month's challenge. Winners will be announced tomorrow!
  12. I'm working on an album from a recent trip to New Orleans. I already did the cover/first page as part of this months' Champions class, and just got the next page finished. This is the cover: ... and the next page:
  13. Cemetery #1 (St. Louis)

    Although it was stinkin' hot and humid, this cemetery, the oldest in New Orleans, was super fun to walking around.
  14. I'm glad to see that Hayden was really going over the safety instructions. Flying quite a bit, it's sad (and somewhat scary) to see kids heads down into their electronics when important information like this is shared ... and you just never know #touchwood
  15. The circle frames really drawn you into the pictures - and I completely love that you did NOT crop the photos into the circular shape. The way they stick out from the frames is unusual and a great idea.