This weekend we bring you inspiration from the extensive and diverse ranges of papers, alphas and embellishments of SEI. From the new Madera Island range which is lusciously chocolatey and earthy - to the happy girliness of Ally's Wonderland, SEI has something for everyone. And that something also comes in the form of another giveaway!! Leave a comment on this post and one lucky random person will receive a so-cute-we-can-barely-bear-to-give-it-away sample pack of one of their new fun and funky new lines - the doggy themed Park Buddies.
We hope you enjoy this Friday's inspiration post.
Caz created this layout of spectacular photos she took of the recent eclipse. The colours in these new SEI Madera Island papers seemed to go perfectly with the colours and the moon. The little owl serves as a pull-tab for the journaling card and adds a whimsical ‘night time’ touch.
We love that Emily Potts captured this important stage in her son's life both by her photographs and by including a little piece of history - his handwriting. These SEI pp's co-ordinate perfectly with her theme and the 'blocked' style layout mimics the structure and routine that we all remember when we think about our early school years. What a creative and inspiring layout! Thanks, Emily.
The colours and patterns that feature on the new Ally's Wonderland range of SEI products are bold, funky and totally HAPPY! Donna couldn't go past them. In fact, this layout was created in a frenzy of inspiration and creativity within minutes of their arrival at her home! The range of glittery flowers are beautiful and the new extra large brads make a fun embellishment all on their own.
This gorgeous layout by Ingrid Ijsselstein from the Netherlands is based on Sketch #22 designed by Valerie Salmon. Ingrid has used SEI Ally's Wonderland papers and rub-ons plus a semi circle of SEI Penelope's Potpourri Buttons to create a beautiful, bright page. Thanks for sharing Ingrid.
SEI's Doodley Doo Girl pp's have a certain whimsical appeal that are perfect for candid photos of children doing, well...childlike things. Anna added a little doodling, a mixed alpha title and the all-important journalling and voila - the gorgeous layout you see before you. Thanks for sharing, Anna!
This layout was also made by Ingrid. She had to use 10 different sorts of patterned paper for a challenge. Ingrid used a mix of Penelope's Potpourri by S.E.I. and Cape Town & Charlotte by Scenic Route. You have to agree that they go together beautifully .
Ingrid made this Mothers Day album for her Mum inspired by one that her sister in-law had made. Made entirely from the funky Penelope's Potpourri papers from SEI, she has also added SEI buttons, Heidi Swapp Flowers, Basic Grey Rub-ons and Quickutz letters. Such a gorgeous gift.
Simple, elegant layouts have timeless appeal and this layout by Staci Compher is no exception. Staci demonstrates that the beautiful patterns on SEI patterned papers don't always require masses of embellishments, but matched with just a few little bits and pieces can result in stunning layouts such as this one.