Story Kit Crush | Play

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Today I have a video sharing all the projects I created using the Play Story Kit from Ali Edwards as part of the #StoryKitCrush challenge. Read this blog post for more information about this challenge created by Krystal Iduñate and Tazhiana Gordon.

I had so much fun working with this kit! I completed 10 layouts and have just a few bits leftover to add to some Project Life pages for the month of May and one other story that is taking me a little longer to pull together. I was able to use pieces from the Play Story Kit to create stories for our 6×8 family story album, our 12×12 story album, and my nieces and nephew’s albums.

Here is the video walking through each of the projects I created with this kit:

And here are close up photos of each project:

A 6×8 two-page layout about my oldest niece’s last day of full virtual learning and her fun personality.
A 6×8 and 3×8 pair of pages documenting my nephew’s first foray into the world of organized sports.
A similar story to the previous one telling the story of my niece’s first foray into organized sports.
A 6×8 two-page layout in our story album all about Ruby’s love of her Bark Box subscription.
A small story about my oldest niece’s first attempt at screencasting / streaming for fun.
A 6×8 two-page layout documenting Ruby’s love of playing outdoors.
A 6×8 two-page layout where I adapted one of the 3×4 digital cards into a full page layered photo template to tell the story of the various ways that my husband, Shawn, and I are currently playing.
Another page for the oldest niece documenting her love of Lego and the evolution of how she plays with Lego.
A two-page 6×8 page outside the page protectors documenting our daily play routines with Ruby.
A 12×12 layout featuring a full size photo as the page documenting a story about how I struggle with play.

So there you have it, all 10 of my completed projects using the Play Story Kit. Like I said, I had so much fun using this kit and felt so inspired by the theme and the products. Here’s to having more stories documented! If you have any questions, let me know in the comments below.

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