Hello Friends! Maryám here and I'm so excited to be back today with my first layout using the new and sweet Chloe Collection. We recently got a new kitty so this collection is going to be perfect to document all of those moments and new experiences.
To create my layout, I started out by opening the super cute 320578 Cat in a Box Cut File on the Silhouette software and then ungrouped all the elements. I then separated all the pieces and cut them from different colored textured cardstock and pattern papers from the Graph and Dot Rainbow 6 x 6 Paper Pad.

Once the machine finished doing its job, it was my turn to assemble all the pieces. To glue most of the elements, I used Tombow liquid adhesive, and for some other, like the head of the little kitty, I used foam dots to add more dimension. In addition, I also added an epoxy finish to some other pieces- like the eyes, nose, and whiskers- with Glossy Accents from Ranger.
To embellish the page, I fussy cut some flowers from the Smitten Pattern Paper, and added some elements from both the Ephemera Words and Ephemera Icons sets. I also created two more little embellishments, a milk bottle and a plate for cat food, from the 320582 Milk & Tuna Cut File reaping the same steps from before.
For the title, I used the word the acrylic word "Adorable" which comes in a really nice shade of grey color and positioned under my photo and cut files.
To finish up the page, I added a scallop border sticker under my journaling and some enamel dots in the center of each one of the flowers. 

Let's take a look at the finished layout!

That's it for today! I hope you enjoyed today's layout and inspired you to create something new. If you have any questions just leave a comment below, and I’ll be happy to help you.

Have a great day!


  1. So nice to hear about your new kitten; furbabies are wonderful - my first pet was a golden long hair tabby cat I named Muffy. Now I have 2 small dogs and still having fun with them. Your scrapbook page of Shiro inspired me to do more scrapbooking pages with my two girls, Inu (dog in Japanese) and Tootsi! Beautiful work!

  2. Your projects are always so cute!