This layout is so beautiful! Just how you pulled it all together and your style...I just LOVE IT!
So pretty!!! I can't believe how quickly the card came together...you are right...making the second project with supplies that are already "out" really is a time saver. Great job on both - I really enjoyed the voice over...hope you do it again! TFS!
Excellent job! I love this! Such a sweet photo and I love the product choices and the way you used them!
What a sweet photo. Love this.
Beautiful page and card, I love all the details and colors!
Loved watching you pull this layout together. Thanks for the inspiration!
Video - Seeing Double: Good Night
Galleries: Scrapbooking, Cardmaking, Stamping
As usual I'm excited to be up in my rotation for the Seeing Double video series here. Today I chose to work with a colour palette of Navy and Mint, and focus on adding texture and some dimension to my page.
My hands down favourite way lately to add a different texture to my pages is with the corrugated papers by Fancy Pants Designs. I just love adding strips of them to my projects, and I definitely use them enough to justify the $1.99 cost when you figure how many projects I'm able to stretch one sheet on to!
I also demonstrate a really fun technique on a chipboard tag for creating a texture using layers of embossing powder and a rubber stamp. It turned out really cute and I hope you guys give it a try too!
I used product from a lot of different lines as I started by pulling product in the colours I'd decided on. I've included a photo of my supplies before I dug in. In the end I used a bunch from the Trend Setter line by Fancy Pants Designs, lots of the Maggie Holmes Ephemera diecut pack, and two kinds of new Thickers that I adore.
I hope you watch the video and let me know what you think!
CHALLENGE: Create both a layout AND a card and play around with adding some texture or dimension to your projects. Upload your projects to the correct challenge gallery for a chance to win a 2Peas Gift Certificate.
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