May's kits, My Favorite and the Sugar and Spice add-on really had a feminine feel to them. However, not having lots of girlyness to scrap this month, I had to look past what I saw first to see that this is one super versatile kit!
The first layout I made was an anthology of this years nail polish colors and designs. How much more girly can you get?! I love how the soft pinks and yellows textureized by that awesome ribbon really allowed me to create a very feminine page.
Even the font I used for my title adds to the femininity of this project.
Now, on the flip side, I wanted to create a 'Random Facts' page about my hubby. He's....uh, ......not so much about frills! (and can you believe this is the first time I've done the random facts thing?! Where have I been hiding anyway??)
The kit includes some wonderful pieces that complement masculinity very well. The stars paper, for one, in blue and black created a perfect place to begin my page
I selectively cut a few of the pieces of tape from the Maggie Holmes Washi paper . And those metal Basic Grey star studs were the perfect accent to my mainly project.
Even the Chipboard pieces which had a lot of feminine shapes and colors, found a place on my page via the small blue frame and the negative of the arrow image.
I colored the corrugated 'potty man' red by just a swipe of ink from my favorite red ink pad.
The lesson is that Scrapbook Circle kits always offer enough versatility to create whatever kind of layout you need them too. I hope you'll share with us some unexpected ways that you used supplies which initially had a specific feel to create a completely different look. The place to share is our Facebook page. Can't wait to see what you've created!