I've always been a big fan of Scenic Route products. In the early days it was mainly a fascination with their double sided patterned papers - so thick, luscious, bold and rich in colour. Now I seem to have an addiction for the black and red Berkeley chipboard alphas and all of the seriously delicious chipboard that is available to match each range of papers.
I find the papers particularly easy to use on boyish layouts and mini albums - Ashville and Metropolis are probably my most favourite ranges at the moment.
The new Scenic Route Kraft (double sided cardstock) is something that I usually reach for when scrapbooking. It's great for a layout background or as shown here in my 'come out and play' page, I've hand cut out the circles from a sheet (Ashville Kraft Rings) and used them as an accent to tie in with the photo.
For this layout (lollies yum) I've mixed up old and new Scenic Route papers for the background, layering them in vertical strips before adding photos and hand stitching.
I'm also sharing a few of my older favourite Scenic Route projects. The 'All Boy' mini album is a mix of chipboard, patterned papers, alphas and stickers, mainly from the North Shore range.