This week's Product Spotlight focuses on our Baby Mine Flocked Transparency. It's pretty floral pattern, mellow yellow and velvety finish make it a perfect addition to any project that needs a little soft touch. A few of our Pocket Chicks were asked to use this transparency and they came up with some creative ideas you are going to love. Take a look!
Play Time by Katja Schneider
Katja says, "For this Layout I wanted to show that the Baby Mine flocked transparency can have many looks depending on the paper used underneath or used by itself. There are three different examples on this layout ... the flocked transparency has been used by itself (with no paper under it), it has also been used with a dark paper and a light paper under it. Every time the transparency has a completely different effect and look. I have also used some Maya Road products on this layout that were generously sent to us previously. I received a 'Play Word Chipboard Album' and some 'Gingham Fabric Blossoms'. I took the Album apart, used 3 of the inside pages on the left side of my layout to create lots of dimension and placed the front page of the album (play) on top for my title. The Maya Road chipboard was great to work with as it can be altered any way and matched to the colors used on the project."
The Club by Iris Babao Uy
Iris says, "I love how the flocked transparency quickly and effectively adds both texture and design to my page. I cut the transparency into different sized blocks and painted the edges to give definition to the shape...
... I then laid it on the page on a gird structure and used it as the foundation of my page. I added hand-cut papers, die-cut papers, rub-ons, and chipboard shapes to soften the edges and create a free style look to the layout."
One by Jen Martakis
Jen says, "I have always loved transparencies. They are so versatile and fun to work with. In this layout, I used the Baby Mine Flocked Transparency to add visual interest to a couple of simple elements. It was the perfect product to add a special touch to my project."
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