Carole Janson went to town with her Pink Paislee projects, creating us three very different results. Her first one is this simply gorgeous mini 'Welcome' free standing canvas. She has combined both the Office Lingo and Spring Fling patterned papers to create this paper-pieced extravaganza.
Using the Pink Paislee Office Lingo Diecuts and Pattern Papers, Carole has created a fun and funky layout, that has captured the fun of her daughter Sarah.
Carole used the Pink Paislee Office Lingo Overlay as the background for her layout. She added the scalloped circle to the back of the overlay and then created the rest of her layout on the front. Carole made a window from the circle on the Pink Paislee Office Lingo overlay and created an embellishment from that. She also added some Dimensional Paint around the overlay, and added a little glitter to finish off.
Spring Fling was Carole's favourite range in the Pink Paislee papers - the red, green and blues look gorgeous together. Carole loved the overlay in this range, with the little tree, and she created some 3 Dimensional flowers in front of the overlay and set part of the tree behind the overlay. She then created some three-dimensional flowers and finished the project off with red stitching.
Carole also added some white dimensional paint to the centre of the flowers on the tree.
Suz also shows off the Spring Fling papers in this layout of her gorgeous boy. The greens and turquoises really do work together to stunning effect with even on more simple layouts! Suz has covered new Technique Tuesday Technique Tiles 12x12 chipboard - these shapes are both versatile and gorgeous but Suz reckons the best bit about them is the edges - because they're a creamy white all the way through the chipboard you don't have to ink (or try to ignore) the ugly raw edges.
We thank some of the Pink Paislee Designers for the following images of stunning projects providing us with even more inspiration using these patterned papers, transparencies, die cuts and alphas!
Anabelle O'Malley is no stranger to our blog and here she shares a special sparkly layout using the Office Lingo line and combines it with gorgeous results with some of the new Queen & Co felt. She has glittered and blinged to her hearts content and we love the result!
Davinie Fiero celebrates stitching and the Office Lingo patterned papers in this gorgeous layout of her little princess.
Michelle Clement has stunned us here combining the orange of the Office Lingo line with the teal of Hambly Screen Prints woodgrain alongside that scrumptious tree from the Spring Fling range. Love this colour combination!
Finally, Roree Rumph has created this wonderful mini-album with graduating bracket shaped pages. The papers in the Office Lingo line are bright and happy and the perfect foil for these bright photos.