On the right page, I made some more Cricut shapes (all from Art Philosophy):
The smaller shape is Kraft paper again, matted with leftover B&T from the Typeset kit. I put brads next to where it says Brother and Sister because I am going to make a layout about my kids with this one. That stamp set came with the Cricut cart, by the way.
The ticket is Kraft again, stamped with one of the sets that came with the cart, and topped with a Tim Holtz rosette from the Sizzix. I finally found one of those in AC Moore and used my coupon to get it for half price. It's the one that makes two mini rosettes--awesome! That border along the bottom there, that looks like lace? That is the zip strip from the Typeset kit! Don't throw those away!
The other layout is based upon Magic: Final Cut from page 122. I modified it a bit because I was too lazy to go downstairs that night and get my Magic book. So, I actually just cut stuff out! You who know me well know that I NEVER do this! But it worked out well:
This is pretty much what the second layout looked like in the Typeset brochure--it needs "more" but it's a good start. One thing I did that I REALLY like is I made my own corrugated shapes:
Next month we are making this gorgeous layout featuring Sonoma! I will put some Buy Now paypal buttons on here soon so if you want to come to club next month, you need to purchase your kit ahead of time! Thanks for looking!