Decorate My Donut | pialopez
Have we mentioned lately how much we enjoy the projects you upload to our Flickr gallery? No?! What an amazing source of inspiration for BasicGrey fans everywhere – and also for our design team!
Today we’re presenting to you another new blog feature – Scraplifted. I selected this layout from our Flickr gallery and then asked a few of our design team members to use it as inspiration for their next layout. The design team inspires you and you inspire them – inspiration comes full circle!
You Get This Look From Mommy | Megan KlauerSUPPLIES : [Hello Luscious] 6×6 Paper Pad, HLO-3230 Inviting, HLO-3259 Felt Stickers, HLO-3266 Die-cut Shapes, [Jovial] JOV-2816 Micro Mini Stickers, [Studio Calico Exclusive] XSC-001 Mini Mono Stickers.
Design team member Jessy Christopher chose to think outside of the box concept on Pia’s original layout. She says, “I drew lines to create boxes but I wanted to connect each box with fussy cut shapes.”
Glasses Girl | Tiffany TillmanSUPPLIES : [OXFORD] OXF-D960 Digital Starter Kit.
Using our Oxford collection, design team member Tiffany Tillman paired the studious papers and illustrated designs with these photos of her daughter and her new glasses. Tiffany comments, “The original layout featured the cutest element groupings arranged concentrically. I wanted to continue that design characteristic in my page. I also cued-off the original stacked title because it really brought the entire page together visually and conceptually.”
Lucy & Lili | Georgia KeaysSUPPLIES : [OUT OF PRINT] OUT-3320 Storyteller, OUT-3344 Lace Stickers, [INDIE BLOOM] INB-3427 Rub On Book, [CHIPBOARD] CHP-1502 Delilah, [Studio Calico Exclusive] XSC-001 Mini Mono Stickers.
Design team member Georgia Keays‘ style makes her take on the original layout seem all her own. She says, “The original layout has such a striking a design I really didn’t want
to change it much at all. I decided to use just the two photos and so replaced the other photos with embellishment clusters. I love the stitching detail and incorporated it into my layout by stitching around my black title square. When it came to choosing products, I thought the Storyteller paper suited my photos perfectly but as it is a very detailed pattern I decided to keep the other embellishments simple. I put the rub-ons onto acetate and layered them using foam tape and then added some lace stickers to give the page a bit more texture.”
Pia – we hope you enjoyed our take on your project! Thanks so much for sharing it with us!