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!
Hey Fancy Pants fans! Nicole here today with a project using the fun and oh so summery, Poolside collection
I used the yellow patterned paper from the collection to create a big and bright sun shape on my page, adding some foam adhesive behind each of the sun beams. I love the bright yellow, paired with the rich navy patterns in this collection.
I added in a bold title to the bottom of the page using the POOL title from the Poolside Ephemera package. I added each letter with some foam adhesive to add a little dimension and then added in some water droplets around the title for a little splash of color!
If this isn’t getting you ready for summer, I don’t know what is! Take out old photos, new photos, or plan for photos to come and get creating!
Maryám here with you to share my first project using the Poolside collection. This is such a fun and whimsical collection and I really enjoyed the first project I created with it.
For today’s project, I have made 3 envelopes using an old cut file from Clique Kits. I cut them with my Silhouette Cameo and I used 3 different pattern papers of the 12×12 version. I added some photos, tags and even a shaker pocket to the envelopes.
Here are some photos of each one.
Envelope 1: For the first one, I used the Summer Lovin’ paper. In the front, I added some ephemera pieces and with the help of one paper clip, I attached them to the envelope. Once I finished it, I repeated the same steps for the other ones.
Envelope 2: For the second one, I used the Cool in the Pool paper and the flamingo paper clip.
Envelope 3: And for the one, I used the Fun in the Sun paper and the pool paper clip.
That’s it for today friends! I hope you liked this project. Please, let me know if you have any questions. I can’t wait to see what you will create.
It’s Amy T back with a giftie duo that features Poolside! While this is summer focused, wouldn’t it make a fun idea for Mother’s Day…especially if you’re gifting a gift card or something on the small side!
Oh my, those colors are wonderful aren’t they?! I’ll first chat about the card:
One of my favorite papers from Poolside is Summer Lovin’. That green is spectacular. I incorporated a tag from The Bright Side Collection. I layered it with Poolside Ephemera. I diecut the hello from my stash.The stamped sentiment is also from my stash.
I used the Summer Lovin’ on the diecut pillow box. It has a Starbucks card popped into it. I topped the box with a fun tag that also has Poolside Ephemera.
As I type up this post, it is pure Springtime in the Pacific Northwest. Sadly it will be changing to rain and more rain in a couple days.
This is going to a friend of mine that has a summer time birthday. Perfect so that she can treat herself to a cool frappuccino!
Thanks for stopping by! I hope you’ll find some fun ways to gift your friends for summer…no reason, just to celebrate someone you care about!
It wasn’t long ago that it was still snowing here in my neck of the woods, so I am truly ready for SUMMER! Using Poolside made me warmer, just by working with it! Ha! Anyway, I printed some photos from our trip to Water Country. A large group of us go every year. We always have a great time.
I picked the pool tile paper (Let’s Flamingly) as my base. That is the ONLY 12×12 paper I used. The rest is with the 6×6 paper pad.
I used a cut file that I backed with the paper pad. I wanted smaller patterns. Trick is, these papers all have upright designs. When piecing together behind a file, you need to make sure that your papers are in the proper direction or you may have upside down flamingos and ducks! I used a FREE cut file from Paper Issues. This one is called Sunny Days.
Now, have you seen the ephemera in the Poolside collection? Fab. Just fab. |
See? Fab, right? I just love them all I bought 2 sets.
Zsoka back with you today sharing my newest layout I’ve created for Fancy Pants Designs!
I remembered using a specific cut file about 2 or so years ago but for the life of me I could not find it, I have no idea whose design it was. So I just went ahead and made my own in the Silhouette Studio program – it’s basically just triangle shapes arranged in a circle.
I cut this from one of the patterned papers, then backed the rays with different patterned papers from The Bright Side collection. I also added some machine stitching in the middle of the rays.
I created one cluster in the middle of the page, so it is a very simple design. I felt like otherwise the page would have been too busy. I layered tissue paper, tags, die cuts behind my photo and glued these down. I then added different embellies around and on top of my photo: labels, chipboard stickers, die cuts. For some interest I added a die cut photo frame too and my title also comes from the die cut ephemera pack.
To finish off my page I glued down some colourful puffy sticker dots!
I hope you like this simple idea!
Thanks for stopping by today and I wish you a great day!