Wedding Day Revisited

I used the lovely pale pink 'Love Forever' perspextive on a layout remembering my wedding day back in 2001. The pale pink colour is absolutely gorgeous and goes very well with the Crate Paper valentine's collections I had in my stash. I do so love pulling out papers and embellishments from my stash that I've not used, especially those that I've been holding on to because they are just so lovely! This perspextive set comes with two phrases 'Love Actually' and 'Love Forever' and is available in white, pale pink and cerise. I need them in every colour! Jo xx

Adding Some Extra Pizzazz

We all know that the Perspextives are perfect as is, but sometimes you want that little bit of extra to add some depth and a pop of fun to your elements. Raechelle here sharing a fun trick to do just that. The base for this layout is pretty simple. A diagonal strip of patterned paper along the top, and two tear strips along the bottom. Die cuts and several fussy cut flowers create the bulk of the page and add fun and movement to this sweet photo of my grand-daughter. I wanted the pale pink 'Love Actually' Perspextive to be the star of the show, so I added a tiny pink heart fussy cut from patterned paper to add a pop of color to help draw the eye in. Once I completes this, I stepped back and

Love Forever Layout with Thai

Hello crafty friends, Today I have a lovely project to show you. As we're getting closer to Valentine's day, I wanted to make a layout featuring me and my beloved husband. We've been married for almost 10 years, can you believe this? Anyway, I started from a soft mint colored paper and using the packaging technique along with my Distress inks, I created this pink and green background. Then I added my photo, embellishments and stampings. For my layouts, I like to use stamps with tiny shapes (here, little triangles) and also hand lettered phrases. Of course, as a final touch: I do love to add a big title and this "Love Forever" Perspextives is just perfect for my project. Get yours right here.

Good Vibes Only

The lovely Louise of Thompson Craft Supplies was kind enough to send me the totally gorgeous Good Vibes stamps from Crate Paper. I can’t resist tiny stamps to add detail to a layout. For my layout, I created the background with Distress Oxides (Fossilized Amber, Picked Raspberry) and Abandoned Coral (Distress Ink). As mixed media takes me out of my comfort zone, I lined up my elements vertically. This allowed me to be messy but in an orderly manner! I laid out washi tape and strips of patterned paper (Fancy Pants Family & Co.). I also used a stencil to add some stars along the way. Then for the fun part. Using the Good Vibes stamps and I stamped in between my elements. It's a good idea to s

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