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Harajuku Mega Post!

Hi girls!
Today is a super special day, I finally get to
reveal my big big news, I'm now officially
a designer for My Life and Scrap!

My first kit is called Harajuku and it was
inspired by the beautiful, colorful girls of Japan.
I've tried to capture their wonderful creative style,
and put it together in a kit for you to
enjoy over and over again.

Most of the elements are handmade.
This gives them a realistic look, something
I love in a digital page. This kit is perfect for scrapping
fun colorful layouts and the little
Harajuku dolls are great to print out and use to
embellish your paper scrap projects, gifts,
use as cupcake toppers etc etc.

You can get the whole kit here for only 3.99

Here are some examples of what
created using this kit:

The kit is also PERFECT for creating
fun hybrid projects! These elements were printed
on to white cardstock, cut out and layered to make
a cute little card for a birthday girl.

I also made this cute matching gift tag with
lots of hugs and kisses :)

Here's another example of a cute card you can make
with the Harajuku kit. An easy to make thank you note!
If you want you can even put a real brad, rhinestone
or button in the center of the flower!

Here are some CUTE layouts made
by CT Cutiepie Petra

Last chance to apply for my creative team!
The search ends tomorrow August 18th!

I hope you adore the kit as much as I do
and here's the link to my shop at MLAS
:: Miss CutiePie ::

Stay tuned for some upcoming Harajuku
freebies to match your kit and when
I reveal my new Creative Team!



  1. Grattis!! Kul att allt är klart!
    Ser fram emot att få se resten av CutiePie teamet.


  2. This kit is cute as can be. I LOVE LOVE LOVE those paper flowers, SO cool. Congrats on the store, we're very happy to have you with us : )

  3. Cute kit!

    I sent you an email yesterday, did you receive it?


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