This was a more challenging variation on the pink and green palette than Suz was expecting though the slightly-off more tertiary colours were beautiful, they were harder to find examples of. Lucky for her the gorgeous new SEI Mimosa provided the perfect cardstock backdrop and of course changing photos that didn’t rely on colour to black and white was a go-to solution.
Suz used few embellishments, but loves the new BasicGrey bling and handcut a Hambly leaf, and a combination of all-new Websters and Rose Moka alpha stickers worked wonderfully with the colour palette.
It's not often we see Nic use a lot of cardstock in her layouts, but this one, using Kraft cardstock, is perfect timing with the release of new Aussie Scrap Source textured cardstock in 75 colours. Nic paired the Kraft cardstock with Basicgrey Eva, carefully cutting patterns to create a delicate pattern across the layout.
The emphasis in this layout is definitely the story, with journaling printed directly on to the cardstock capturing memories of when Nic was a little girl.
A simple yet effective layout, using cardstock and one range of patterned paper. Finishing details include a Twiddleybitz butterfly, Rose Moka alphas and BasicGrey Bling.
This weeks contributors – thank you to all of you for hanging in there through school holidays and busy days…
We’re giving you an extra week to create with this beautiful colour palette – please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your entries by Tuesday 28th July.
Congratulations to Anthea Peterson for winning last weeks challenge.