Monday Inspiration by Beatrice: Oven Lovin’ Collection

Good morning. It’s Monday so I’m here on the blog ready to show you some inspirational layouts using SnickerdoodleDesigns’ Oven Lovin’ Collection. This Collection is available for an amazing price only at The Digichick. 

Save 78% on the Collection! That means you can get this $26.92 Value for just $6.00!   Or if you only need the Kit, you can get it for $2.39 

It’s packed with realistic kitchen themed elements, several alphas, blank recipe cards and of course those handy pre-made borders and clusters. Oven Lovin’ would be perfect for creating a recipe card album quickly by adding the pre-made embellishments to your favorite recipes.

The clusters in this layout by Norma are amazing. I love the way she combined the food elements with the flowers. The placement of the spoon and spatula tie the two framed photos together. She used one of the blended papers from the kit. The word art she created is perfect for her theme. Notice the way she highlighted the word art that is part of the paper by placing the stitching directly above.

This layout by Miss Pepper demonstrates the versatility of the collection. The made with love tag does not need to refer to cooking and I like the way she incorporated it into her cluster. Hanging the framed photo from the kit element anchors it to the page. Her title-work is whimsical in keeping with the overall theme of the page.

This page by Kabra has a completely different look because she selected the blue papers in the kit. Angling and stacking them creates a good foundation for her page. That pie looks delicious and I like the way she tucked the apple and a few other elements under the frame. Once again the flowers and kitchen elements combine to make the ideal clusters for her page.

This is a lovely heritage page. The torn border, part of the kit, looks wonderful with the textured gray paper. I like the way the artist used the stitching to fasten the paper to the page. The clusters are small and delicate and in no way overshadow the treasured photo. I also like the way she added the wire to further embellish the frame.

The adorable child in this photo is intent on doing his job just right and the layout by 6grand features the photo so well. I like the split page background which uses the torn paper to merge the papers together. The horizontal design is so creative and the clusters walk the eye across the page. Using the tag for the journaling is the perfect added touch.

In conclusion, if you love to cook or even eat, Oven Lovin’ is a great value and I know you will want to add it to your stash. I’ll sign off now, hoping to have inspired you. Thanks and have a great week.




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