This Right Here indeed! This girl and her love for riding and all things equestrian! A few weekends ago, Mia competed in a horse show and it was the first time she did the "real deal". Yes, she had shown in shows before but it was sort of the prep of showing, showing for littles. This was her first "big" show, showing in more than one division. As per other shows, we had to go the day before to get the pony ready. It's just as much about the pony's appearance and performance as it is the riders. This pocket page, featuring the latest (and greatest) kit, The View From Here, from Feed Your Craft, is all about the Mia's riding lesson before show - the mock show to prepare them for what was to come. Incidently, the kit is sold out but there are still many awesome things in the store. And if you follow Feed Your Craft on Instagram, you will be sure to see the release and be able to snag up the next kit!
One of the many things I love about this kit, it's a first for me, is that the pocket cards are also emailed to you as well as having them printed and sent to you! I love that the printed versions are single sided and you don't have to worry about covering up the beauty on the back side as well. AND! with the digital files, you can manipulate the colors, size, shape and personalize them! As I have done here. Purple is the color of Haverhill Farm, the barn that Mia rides with/for. I wanted to incorporate purple into the spread and was able to do so with the digital files.
The stamps in this kit are so fun!! I watercolored an coordinating "blob" on a blank 4x3 piece of smooth Bazzill cardstock and stamps that lovely Instax camera then used a combination of stamps and die cuts to add the date. For the altered "this right here" card, I used coordinating enamel dots to dot the 'i's, I love the added color that such a simple thing brings to the card.
The kit also comes with flair! I love the originality of the Feed Your Craft flair! Brandi Kincaid's writing and her style are so unique and fun! It interesting to take this 4x6 card and use it with journaling across two 4x3 pockets. I really didn't want to lose the flow of my story by typing it on the whole card then cutting the card in half, it chopped some of the letters making it difficult to read. This was my solution to that problem!
In addition to the digital files of the cards, you get a printable with the kit that includes other fun embellishments for your papercrafting pleasure! I used a few of the labels and circles scattered through out the spread; the snail (you can't see it in this close up) is adorable!
This spread came together in no time flat thanks to this awesome kit from Feed Your Craft! My first Feed Your Craft mini kit and I had such fun with it! I can't wait to play some more!