Here's some fun paper that dear Jen from Coconut Scrapshop sent my way. Thanks sweetie!!! It's fun and they have subtle embossed parts that are really neat in real life. So here's what I made with them...
2 Cute to spook
Supplies used: Pattern papers- Hallowhimsy, Imaginesce; Cardstock- The Paper Company; Chipboard letters- Center of Attention, Heidi Swapp; Journalign font- Nadine2, downloaded from the internet.
This papers are double sided so it was extra difficult to pick which side to use! Here I layered the papers and added some fun pics of Maddie.
Made for Hosting
Supplies used: Textured cardstock- Die Cuts with a View; Pattern paper- Hallowhimsy, Imaginesce; vinyl brackets and ribbon- American Crafts; Letter stickers- blush, Basic Grey; Journaling font- Simpson, downloaded from the internet.
Here I used the sampler pattern paper (paper with strips of the diff. patterns in the line) to create my borders. Loved the dots of my main pattern paper that I went with that theme for my ribbon too. I made the title letters pop out more by drawing a black line around the letter stickers.
Snowy Jo line
Supplies used: Textured cardstock- Die Cuts with a View; Pattern Papers- Snowy Jo, Imaginesce; Ribbon, Rubon and vinyl letters- American Crafts; Letter stickers- Hopscotch, Doodlebug designs; word stamps- KI Memories
Here I presented the different patterns by adding them as blocks to my page. The complemented the red very well and I LOVE the brightness that blue pattern gives the whole layout. The page seemed to look very streamed line and predictable so I added random letters for my title to give it that extra surprise!
I grounded my page with ribbon which I personalized by stamping words on it.
Supplies used: Textured cardstock- Die Cuts with a View; Pattern Papers- Snowy Jo, Imaginesce; foam letters- American Crafts; Foam adhesive- 3D dots, EK Success; Journaling font- LD Aloha, downloaded from the internet.
Tried playing with the way I did my title here. These pictures were part of my trying to be a professional photographer mom who just wants to get that perfect Christmas shot of my girl. After some takes (as you can see) I did manage to get that "perfect" shot and more. Love the way this page turned out.
Don't know if you can see it but I tried to take a picture of those nice embossed accents of the paper, they're really cool!
Thank you for looking,