We spotted this amazing layout, created by our very own Lisa Dickinson, on the Scrapbook & Cards Today Blog! Can you believe she got 35 photos onto one page? So cool! She used the RSVP collection, perfect for her celebration layout.
Kudos to Marybeth I, the lucky winner of the entire J’Adore release! Marybeth, please email email@example.com with your shipping info. Enjoy the collection!
Thank you everyone for all of the kind comments that you left about J’Adore. We “j’adore” you!
Today’s your last chance to be the luck winner of the ENTIRE J’Adore collection! Just visit Monday’s Post (http://blog.basicgrey.com/?p=14082) and leave a comment. We’ll draw the lucky winner later this afternoon.
Happy weekend, everyone!
Audrey Pettit: The Mini Snippets are the perfect size for pocket scrapbook pages, but one of my favorite uses for them is to create a framework for the focal images on cards.
Here I used one of the 3×4 Snippets as the backdrop for all the feature images on my card, both the focal poinsettia flowers and the sentiment, too. It’s a great way to highlight the key features of a card design. And often, the printed images and greetings on the Snippets cards will work perfectly with your design, like these pretty leaf branches on the left side.
My favorite embellishment in the Evergreen collection is the Metal Shapes snowflakes, and I wanted to find some creative ways to use them. For this card, I created my own background paper with a pair of the snowflakes and a bit of ink. Simply place the snowflakes onto a panel of white cardstock and sponge around them with blue ink. Move the snowflakes to a new spot and continue the process until you have covered the entire panel. Then I layered the cardstock panel with some of my favorite Evergreen prints, and die cut an ornament shape from the edge. Finished off with a bit of trim, die cuts, and a pair of candy buttons.