one of the most common threads through all of those who are using the Been There Done That range is that these papers are enabling them to scrap old photos that have been at the bottom of the pile forever, awaiting the perfect papers.
another delighted discovery was that these papers not only co-ordinate with the other papers in its state range, but they also go beautifully with papers in other states as well. very australian!
Chris has mixed and matched 3 different ranges of the BTDT papers for this layout. She thought the beach houses from the Vic range would make a great accent for this beach photo of herself and Annaliese. She also combined the Bluebells from the ACT range with some QLD rub-ons and title.
Because the picture is so stunning, Chris wanted to very simply embellish this page with the title, some handcut swirls and a couple of rub-ons.
Mel has combined a variety of patterned paper from several states to create this layout of a snapshot taken at Mt Field National Park. For a fast and effective title she has simply cut out the appropriate names from the Tas Titles patterned paper and adhered them on her layout. A little chocolate brown blanket stitch has finished everything off nicely.
When Jaimie's family took an extended vacation to the East coast earlier in the year, she ended up with hundreds of photos to scrap but not the right paper. When the BTDT ranges came out Jaimie couldnt wait to get her hands on them to create this mini album of their trip. Jaimie said "All the work is taken out with these papers - they have everything you need to create treasured keepsakes of your travels. The best thing is that you can easily mix and match because they all tie in together - Perfect"
Belinda has created this beautiful country wall hanging using the more natural colour palette from several states, handcutting the vine leaves from the SA state, and mixing and matching the rubons to suit.