Hey friends it’s that time again when we take inspiration from a design team member for our own layouts.

This month our newest Design Team member Antonia was our choice.

Check out Antonia’s style here on Instagram.  Think cool cut files, fussy cutting, patterned paper and cute embellishment clusters with a sprinkling of splatters and sequins.

Here’s the layout Brande created and the layout of Antonia’s she used.

Brande: “Scraplifting Antonia was going to happen with or without this The Wild Hare Kits challenge – I have so many of her layouts saved in my Instagram ‘Lift These’ collection it was just a matter of scrappy time For this list, I was really drawn to the large snap and layered cluster design in this layout. So I created my own. I love how many bits and bobs I could tuck and layer around my photos!  Thanks for the inspiration Antonia! ”

Here’s Jess’s layout.

Jess: ” I loved this layout of Antonia’s and wanted to make it work for a 6×8 layout.  I used two different pattern papers for the background.  I used a 4×6 journalling card for the basis of the photo cluster, added on washi, an embellishment cluster at the top and side and the title at the bottom.  I used a ticket for my journalling and made sure to add in some arrows, hand-drawn ones”


Here’s Sanna’s take on the challenge.

Sanna: “I loved the  design of Antonia´s layout and the  fact that the title drew the eye towards the journaling on the very bottom edge of the layout. I used her idea on the placement, but hid my journaling behind the layered elements. I used all my previous kits leftover products to create this page, because my March kit is taking a trip around the world apparently. It was a fun challenge to make a scraplift layout with those leftovers! These kits go such a long way!!”

You can find a blogpost on how Sanna’s layout came together here.


Here’s Daniela’s take:

Daniela: “Hi friends,

When I saw Antonia’s layout, I knew right away that I have to lift it. I love the big title and what it says, so I literally copied it and typed in the same words to cut it with my Cameo.

I used different papers to back the blanks. I went for the colors of the jumper my son is wearing, this way, everything fits together. I also added some paper layers behind my pictures and the last paperclip I had left. Then I grabbed the Magical Forest sticker book and added lots of tiny florals and stars. I love the golden glittery details.

I really like how the layout turned out. Sometimes scraplifts are just the perfect source of inspiration.”