Ok, I really had a hard time narrowing down my photos for this layout idea!!! Problem is, I wanted to clump a ton of photos all on one page! I think it is successful because of the On Or Way Collection. I know it seems like lots of patters, layers, photos and cut files, but it works for me!
The station wagoncars included in the ephemera pack are not what we drive nowadays, but I think it is a fun play on telling the story that we drove for this trip.
Hey there Fancy Pants fans! Nicole here today to share a super summery page using the great On Our Way collection. I just LOVE the bright and vibrant colors in this line.
I created a watercolor like background on the center of my page and added a row of punched half circles to create a sun-like design. The golden yellow patterned paper is so perfect for some of those summer photos that I know you have been capturing lately!
Next, I added a large black diecut title to the center of my “sun” and added some thin strips of the rainbow striped patterned paper in the collection. I added more rainbow by stamping a rainbow of hearts along the bottom of my photo mats using the On My Way clear stamps and a variety of inks.
Hey Fancy Pants friends! Nicole here today to share a project with the new On Our Way collection.
I used the 6×6 paper pad and punched a whole lot of circles out of various papers in the pad. I cut each of the circles in half and then started to layer them up the middle of the page.
I love the vibrant colors in this collection and they are perfect for travel and summer photos too! Once I had all my circles in place, I added some ink to the background of my page and added a simple and bold title using some letter stickers from the True Friend collection. They pair so well with the colors in this fun collection!
I finished off this project with some chipboard from the Family & Co. collection as well as some diecut ephemera from the On Our Way collection
Zsoka here with you today sharing a new layout I’ve made for Fancy Pants Designs.
I’ve used the Poolside collection with a little bit of The Bright Side on this one.
I chose this adorable Crab cut file from Paige Evans (Silhouette ID: #267053) and cut it from textured white card stock. Then I backed it with patterned papers from both collections and adhered it on the background paper (from The Bright Side collection).
I kind of put the photo in the crab’s claws but now that I’m looking at the close-up I notice it came out on the left side. Oh well, you get the idea :). For my title I used a die cut, Fun in the Sun, which perfectly fits my photo! Because apparently at that age eating sand is fun, ha! I also tucked that adorable smiling sun die cut behind the title and adhered another phrase die cut on the photo. Oh, and of course I had to use a rubber charm clip! How cute is that flamingo float?!
There is a patterned paper in the Poolside collection that has these big monstera leaves on it and I felt the need to fussy cut some! There’s also some in the ephemera pack. It’s totally random but I tucked these leaves in between the crab’s leg haha! Random or not, I like the way it looks :).
On one side I created a flower cluster, again, totally random, but I love flowers so it’s all good!
On the other side I created another cluster with some summer icons like flip flops, snorkelling mask and a swim ring. To create a dimensional look I used foam adhesive in many places.
This layout came together very quickly, it’s quite possibly the quickest layout I have ever made! But I still like how it turned out, I hope you do too!
Thanks for stopping by today, have an amazing day!
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.