September Memory Keeping Guest Creator Recap | Desiree Lamar

September Memory Keeping Guest Creator Recap | Desiree Lamar
Fall Faves TN Spread
Hi crafty friends! I am so excited to be the Cocoa Daisy Guest Designer for the month of September. The amazing Daisy Fields kits are perfect for the Summer to Fall transition. So I used the Daisy Fields Simple Dori and TN kit to record all of my fall faves that I am looking forward to. I really appreciate the opportunity to add interest to this spread by using the stamps and rub-ons. I love how this spread turned out.
Homebody Spread
I love how the warm-toned, patterned papers worked together. I was inspired to layer the pretty papers on each side of this notebook spread. I used flowers from the Modern Memory Keeping kit from kit to spill out from each photo cluster. I allowed myself to get carried away with the Daisy Fields rub-ons and I am pretty happy with that decision. I had so much fun creating this spread.
Fall Nostalgia Spread
Once again, this spread was inspired by the beautiful warm tones and patterns in the Daisy Fields collection. I created layer after layer with all the stamps, puffy stickers, die-cuts, rub-ons,  and enamel dots. I even laid a few strips of yellow, sewn daisy paper under my photo. I added my “Fall Nolstagia” title to the tag from the TN kit. I hope you enjoy this spread as much as I enjoyed making it.
Fall Loading Planner Spread
For this planner spread, I used the Daisy Fields Classic Planner Sticker Kit. I love that I had everything I needed in the planner kit. When I look at it, the green letter stickers are my favorite. They bring the whole spread together while adding a fun pop of color to the spread. I used coordinating papers, enamel dots, and rub-ons from the Daisy Fields TN Kit. My favorite part of working with the Cocoa Daisy Kits is that I was able to use the perfectly coordinated and designed kits to let my personality and style shine through. I hope you are inspired, thank you so much for following along.
Join us back next month for more memory keeping inspiration using the October, Autumn Thicket, collection.