There really isn't much left to do on the Paper Trunk paper as the beautiful and bright patterns have done it for you, and Jaimie has worked those patterns beautifully here.
Jaimie wanted to add just a little dimension to her page so she cut around the main orange swirl of the Boogie down paper and adhered it with double sided foam tape to her background page. Jaimie placed the adage tickets under an old film strip and built a cluster of sticker words, brads, journal spots, rubons and ghost shapes to create little pockets of interest on her page.
A few well placed dots from her white pen on the title gives a little bit of lift and ensures that it wont be lost on the page. Jaimie chose this paper to create this LO of her children at the beach as the patterned swirls replicated the feel of the waves that had her youngest two in awe. Lovely.
For this layout about her son scoring his first ever goal at basketball that she missed, Nicole has used the brand new "Wrangler" range by Paper Trunk released at CHA and expected here in Australia soon.
With a delicious heavy weight and cardstock texture, this range lends itself to all sorts of inking and distressing treatments. Nicole combined the papers with new sticker letters from Paper Trunk along with embellishments from the also-soon-to-be-released "MVP" range by We R Memory Keepers.
Not usually known for using brighter papers, we thought Nic H was quite brave having a play with the Paper Trunk Socialite collection. Nic thought the papers were perfect to go with some of the many beach photos she had. The papers are double sided with many of them having a plain side. This meant Nic could create a fairly plain base. Then she went to town cutting embellishments from the many patterns within the papers.
Her embellishing was finished off with a few of the Paper Trunk die cuts, some new Paper Trunk Alphas (aren't they just the perfect size!) and some Heidi Swapp transparency.
One of those layouts that make you go WOW, this layout by Sherry Steveson from the U.S.A. uses the new Paper Trunk Socialite collection. Sherry's whimsical use of the papers as well as the different alphabets shows just how versatile the collection can be. Thanks for sharing yet another gorgeous creation, Sherry!
An explosion of colour is how we'd describe this LO made from the new Socialite range. I think the perfection of Paper trunk is that you can use the patterned paper as is or go to town with your scissors and create extra interest for your page. Such a pretty LO and the addition of bling and glitter only add to the wow factor.
Joliene Pienaar has created this sensational page full of hand cut patterns from the Maybe Baby range. We love the layered clusters that Jolene has put together on her page. So much to look at. Beautiful
A gorgeous layout again from Sherry Steveson, showing off the Paper Trunk 'My Baby' collection just beautifully. Sherry uses the My Baby papers as well as the My Baby die cuts, matting the diecuts on black being an effective way of creating an outstanding embellishment. Thanks for sharing, Sherry!
We are very happy to be able to share the gorgeous work of Jane Jones on our blog once more. Here Jane has used the "Gigi" range by Paper Trunk. We love how she cleverly embellished over the top of the printed flowers to create a stunning base for her photo. Thank you Jane.
Once you get past the solemn cutie in the photograph you will be taken by the hand drawn & cut out splat of the Fashionista paper from the Socialite range. Bird pattern embellishments cut from paper, die cuts and more layering complete this lovely page.