It's running late - but it's worth the wait. We hope you're inspired - I know we were. Junkitz has such a versatile range of papers - truly something for everyone.
With this layout Rachel Axton wanted to create a centre focal point, so she used a 6x4 photo on a 12x12 layout. She then bordered the photo with strips of paper and the flowers, then finished off with the title and some rub-on corners. This is a great way to highlight detail on a small photo.
Suz has used Laguna Girl papers, transparent alphas and embellishments in this fun layout of her daughter on the beach, as well as having a play with the must have box of rainbow acrylic paints - cute and perfectly portable for crops - and their new foam stamps.
One of our most recent additions to the Aussie Scrap Source design team is Christine Millar. Her 'official' work won't debut for a few weeks, but we'd already snaffled a few of her layouts for the Junkitz blog entry. Chris uses Teresa Collin's Love Line papers here for a beautiful tribute to her DH.
The Pop Rock collection by Junkitz is so fun and funky, and we love the way that Chris has interpreted it. The doodles work so well with these papers and the photo is gorgeous! Love everything about this layout! We also congratulate Chris here for being invited to join the Junkitz design team. Interpreting Junkitz papers like this though, it's no surprise!
We love these two layouts which formed part of Jody Dent Pruks' entry into the Junkitz Competition for 2006. The simple but sophisticated designs maximise the effect of the patterned papers.
We love this layout because it uses the Laguna Guy range so well, it is a grungy paper that is so boy, and I love how Celia King has mixed this with the stunning black & white photos.
We found these three fabulous layouts in Mary Russo's gallery. Boy layouts seem to have to work harder to manage the same level of eye-pleasing-ness as girly ones, but Mary does it with ease. We totally love what she's done here with Laguna Boy, Extreme Boy and Cousins papers, respectively.