Hello and welcome aboard our Featured Paper Hello Lovely Australasian Close to My Heart Blog Hop. If you have arrived here from Mez wood’s aMAZing Close to My Heart Creations then you are in the right place. If you landed here by accident, no problem, please join in and follow the link at the end of this post.
With yesterday being Valentines day I am sure you all have some wonderful photos you would like to preserve. Well today I would like to share with you this double page spread featuring the gorgeous Hello Lovely papers. I wanted to keep this layout simple and easy to complete so that even the beginners can give it a go.
The page design is the Monologue design from the Imagine How to book. These how to books give you both the cutting guide and instructions for assembly. If you decide to follow this layout please note that I changed the 2nd B&T to colonial white card stock. Also I replaced cut “C” to shimmer trim.
On the colonial white card stock I have used the Charming cascades stamp set. I used the top part of the stamp only to stamp the hearts on the card stock. I did this so that there was an even pattern. I have then cut out the title with White Glitter Card Stock using the Celebrate Thin Cut. The rest is as simple as glueing the pieces down as per the instructions.
The great thing about the how to books is you can turn the look around just by rotating or switching the pages around as per the example below.
The Hello Lovely pages are gorgeous and can be used in so many ways. If you continue on this hop you will see some amazing designs. But before you jump along please leave me comment. Thank you, now take a look at another idea with Lauren Moore at CTMH Crafting.
Happy Paper Crafting and we look forward to sharing more ideas with you
Hello and welcome aboard our Australasian Close to My Heart Blog Hop. If you have arrived here from Shaunna Richards Passionate about Pages then you are in the right place. If you landed here by accident, no problem, please join in by following the link at the end of this post.
Today I would like to share with you my ideas with using the Nevermore Paper Packet. This Paper Pack is featured in the new Holiday expressions.
Around my area people will have a party for the kids so they can go around trick or treating together. This creates a bit of safety in numbers and also they give the neighbours warning so that there is plenty of fun for all those participating.
With this in mind I created this cute little invite.
I used Trick or Treat Sweets stamp set to stamp on the 1¼” square tiles. The corners have been removed from the tiles with the Corner rounder. My one tip for those making invites is when you finish them add a piece of magnetic tape to the back of it. This allows the recipient to place it on the fridge.
I have also created a double page spread using the Nevermore Paper Packet. When deciding on a design concept I look at the photo’s I want to use rather than trying to match photos after. I have one photo I will be cutting into 3 parts. With that in mind I went hunting through the how to programs for a design that I found suitable. My final decision was to use 1a Master for the left side and 6h Alternate on the right from the Reflections How To Book. I liked these two designs together because there was an element that flowed from one page to another giving it continuity. For that element I decided to use the Green Shimmer Trim. It is a new product and works wonderfully with the colours of this pack.
I have used the Sanding Kit on all card stock. I wanted the misty/old look that is associated with Halloween and this tool gives these pieces that look. I just love it don’t you? I also do this on old photos to help blend them into the design. The Halloween title is from the Artiste Cartridge, and the cobweb corners are from the Artbooking Cartridge. To finish off these pages I have used the Nevermore Compliments and Slate Diagonal striped Ribbon.
Thank you for stopping by. Please leave a comment before moving on to Expressions of the Heart by Wendy Hopper.
I hope you have been inspired to do some crafting of your own. Please feel free to contact me about any of my ideas or products. Happy papercrafting everyone.