Are you primarily a one kit only scrapper, on a budget or looking for ways to extend your stash?
Mashing 2 (or 3!) kits together (and making your own customised collab!) gives you so many opportunities but means you won’t have to spend all your time tagging or searching your stash. If mixing and matching is not your normal style and feels daunting, this series will look at several ways to make mixing different design styles easier than you think!
Hi there and welcome to a fun new way to start Mondays in the middle of the month – The Monday Mash-up!
* a combination or mixing of dissimilar elements, especially content from different sources.
- Some background:
Welcome back for another Mash! In case you are new to the Monday Mash-up, so far we have mashed kits of different styles from different designers that have a theme in common, we mashed 2 kits with different themes by the same designer and very different kits with the colour blue in common, and also different kits that share a black and white base colour, and just last month we mashing vastly different themed kits to tell a unique story.
- Let’s Mash: