Working with the Queen & Co Fusion Scroll and Vine Felt was really lovely for Carole as she loves to be detailed and the felt allowed Carole to do this with the Trinket Box that she has made, also using the Technique Tiles and Timeless Chipboard Elements.
Try leaving the protective backing on the Felt Fusion, so that they don't have to be stuck straight onto paper, then the felt can be layered and 3D into your projects to give them body and depth.
Caz used the Queen & Co Felt Fusion as the patterned background for this fun picture she made for her daughters room. She added grungeboard wings painted and then glittered and a halo of tiny paper flowers and jewels to the photo. By leaving the glass out of the frame she was able to layer the different elements and create a lovely tactile 3-dimensional look.
Queen & Co Felt solids are a must have in any scrapbooking stash. They are an adhesive backed solid strip of felt, perfect to use just as a strip or fabulous to cut into shapes etc.. for a layout. For this page Mel has used the solid blue felt to draw her title onto, then hand cut out each letter before adhering onto the right hand side of the photo.
Queen & Co Felt solids are a must have in any scrapbooking stash. They are an adhesive backed solid strip of felt, perfect to use just as a strip or fabulous to cut into shapes etc.. for a layout. For this page Mel has used the solid blue felt to draw her title onto, then hand cut out each letter before adhering onto the right hand side of the photo. She has also adhered a full 12" strip under the scalloped piece of patterned paper, adding just that little bit of extra texture.
Starting with a base of kraft cardstock and Michael Miller Fabric paper, Nicole created a cosy and tactile layout by laying strips of Queen and Co Felt Fusion ribbon snowflakes to create a photo mat and then she layered her photos on top before adding an additional strip of felt ribbon swirls along the bottom edge to soften it. She highlighted the swirls by attaching some Queen and Co jewels and finished with some Technique Tuesday snowflakes coated in Glimmermist!
Sherry Wright created this beautiful 'first steps' layout using a selection of Queen & Co brads, felt and jewels. The rich colour combinations of red and blue look striking with those super cute photos. We loved Sherry's use of brads along the edge of the large bracket - very cool.
Anabelle O'malley was kind enough to let us share this bright bouncy layout with you, featuring Queen & Co felt, brads and alpha dots. It can be hard to scrap pictured from kids play places sometimes due to the bright primary colours. We love what you have done here. Thanks Anabelle.
Anabelle has also been kind enough to let us show you some great card ideas using the Queen & Co felt ribbon, flower frenzy flowers and the gorgeous felt brads.
We are so excited to welcome Johanna Peterson to our blog sharing her gorgeous little sandshoes, adorned with delicious Queen and Co. Felt Frenzy ribbon and jewels. Wouldn't these be gorgeous with a little Summer dress? Thanks Johanna, I bet these look sweet on your little girl!