We are in the mood to splash and splash around here but the weather is not cooperating! The pool is open and the kid has his bathing suit ready. Instead of getting fun photos for this year, I reverted back to last year and a fun day we had with friends at the beach. The Poolside Collection is not just for pools! I have used it for 2 different beach layouts and could keep going!
You can see here that I topped the patterned paper with a FREE cut file from Paper Issues. I used the Wheel from the Seas The Day File. I backed some of the openings with the 6×6 paper pad, but I ended up covering most of that.
If you look close, I used Nuvo clear to add detail to my splashes of water. I used it on all of the water pieces and in the center of the flowers. It may not translate well here, but in real life, it looks super cool.
So, if you don’t have any pool photos, grab out those beach photos and get to documenting!
I am on a mission to document one of the funnest days last summer. We went to the beach with friends and had the best time. It was warm but overcast so the photos are fantastic from that day. I believe, if there were a contest, this photo would receive ‘photo of the day!’
For my layout, I used Poolside. Totally workable for a beach layout!!
I dug in my stash for some coordinating cardstock, I really wanted to use the wave paper but wanted a border.
In the photo above, you can see the small shark fins. I used a small punch and the sheet of paper from the 6×6 paper pad. The details in the 6×6 are a much smaller scale, which was perfect for collecting shark fins for this layout.
You can see that I inserted the title through the blue pool float. I think you can still make out the title and it helps draw your eye to the sentiment.
I hope you are having as much fun with this collection as I am. Oh, I did dig out some buttons from Wish Season and a flair from Making Waves. I think I have mentioned this before, but most of the Fancy Pants collections I have, can really be mixed and match nicely.
Hello crafty friends. It’s Anna here with my newest project created with wonderful Fancy Pants collections. I love working with bright colors and rainbow designs. That’s why I like “The Bright Side” collection so much. I created another project with it using fun pictures of my daughter Maja jumping through the puddles. I had those pictures for a while and was waiting for the perfect collection to scrap them. When I saw all the wellingtons added to the ephemera pieces I knew it was a sign
I started with a blue paper called “A bright side” as a base of my project. I also cut out two boots using a free cut file “Under the rain” from Paper Issues. I backed them with pattern papers from this collection.
I went with even more wellingtons bu adding the smaller ones from ephemera pack and chipboard stickers. I love how colorful they are. I created the title by hand cutting the lettetr using papers from 6*6 paper pad.
I fussy cut some of the floral clusters from both “Natural beauty” and “Coming up roses” papers and added them into my composition.
I finished my page by adding little hearts from puffy shape stickers sheet. It all came together really quick and I am happy from the final result.
Thank you for stopping by. If you want to purchase this pretty collection, search in you local stores, because many of them carry Fancy Pants collections. You can check them in Store Finder section here or contact them to request the product line!
Hello, everyone! Maryám here with you to share another project using the Poolside collection. For today’s project, I decided to make a fun layout, using a lot of flowers and the fussy cutting technique.
I started fussy cutting some tropical leaves from the Summer Lovin’ paper. Then, I adhered them to the left side of my page. I also added a few flowers and some puffy hearts and dots.
After that, I added the photo. Since the photo had a lot of space around I adhered some embellishments and stickers over it. In the end, I added my journaling and some mint ink splatters.
Want to see more details? Here are some close-ups.
I hope you liked this project. Let me know if you have any questions. I can’t wait to see what you will create.
It’s Anna here and I have for you some fun, summer page made with “Poolside” collection. It’s my second project made with it and enjoyed making it so much. I have plenty of pool photos and I have been waiting for the perfect collection to scrap them. My favorite elements from this line are those funny swim – rings in different shapes and I thought I want to use a lot of them in one page.
I started with a white American Crafts cardstock and splashed it with some colorful mists to create splatters and break this white space.
I found those “pool” letters in the ephemera pack and I thought they will be just perfect to create a title. I added a second word “party” using puffy stickers included in this collection.
Funny swim – rings from both ephemera pack and chipboard stickers found their place on my page too. I arranged them under and above my photo.
I filled the empty spots with smaller elements like water splashes.
This page is really simple and fast to make and you can easily recreate it using different creatures, matching your photo. I haven’t used any pattern paper in this layout. Mixing and matching embellishments is also fun and can be enough to make a page.
Thank you for stopping by. Remember to check your local stores, if you want to purchase this pretty collection. If you have no luck finding it, you can always order it through our retail store at Make a Pretty Life.
Zsoka back with you today sharing a new layout I’ve created. I’ve used the gorgeous The Bright Side collection on this one!
I picked a butterfly cut file I liked (one of the butterflies in the Butterfly Cluster cut file by Paige Taylor Evans) and cut it from different patterned papers and in different sizes. I then stitched 3-4 together, using my sewing machine.
I also cut another cut file from textured white card stock (The Chicken Wire by The Cut Shoppe), then I started putting my layout together. I picked a blue striped paper from the Family&Co collection for my background. I love this paper!
I then adhered the Chicken Wire cut file to my background paper. I didn’t put glue everyone on the cut file because I wanted to create a dimensional look. I arranged the butterflies the way I liked them, then glued them down.
I layered some tissue paper, tags and die cuts behind both photos and placed them on the layout. For my journaling I used a journaling spot. To finish off my layout I added a chipboard title and a few chipboard hearts.
I hope you like how it turned out! I love dimension and layered hearts/butterflies/etc give so much texture to the layout too! I realise this style is not for everyone, but it is certainly my style!