Webster's released their Cherry Pie line, in celebration of the 4th of July - Independence Day. Here Steph shows that the paper can be used for so much more, and even better for a girly layout. She has cut out and machine stitched the stars and clustered cherries around the outline. The vintage signs are on the back of the double sided paper, and these add a unexpected element to the page. The Hambly transparancy frames just add that little feminine touch to the papers which accentuate the white base.
Magical Wishes is Steph's favourite Webster's Pages line, and she has created a mini landscape in a 8.5" x 11 format. Magical Wishes is such a beautifully feminine set of papers which is accentuated by the stunning Webster's Pages Trims. Steph has mixed other papers in from the Hello Beautiful and Sweet Life lines, one of which has the little bird cut out from it.
Steph inked the bird in vibrant Versa Cube colours to make the image stand out in the die cut tree. Overall, this vista is a gorgeous addition to any studio or wall in your house.
Once again Magical Wishes was Steph's choice for this layout of her daughter Madison. She has created a wave title adorned with painted Basic Grey alpha stickers to match the color story. The roses in the Magical Wishes line are so pretty and they can be cut out and adhered to the base with 3D tape. This gives the layout a really magical look.
Nicole is absolutely delighted with the classic colours and vintage-inspired design of Webster's Pages papers and embellishments as they have the gorgeous homely feel that she adores. Here she has showcased the "Hello Beautiful" range of papers and embellishments to create this lovely layout detailing a conversation she had with her daughter Madeleine.
Suz used the stunning ‘Reflections of Nature’ paper line in this journalling-heavy layout about how travelling away from your kids is a double edged sword. She loved the soft colour palette which allowed the patterns to take a back seat and have her story and photo the focus, while still adding a beautiful splash of femininity to her page. She has layered some of the Websters trims to direct attention to the title – but her main love was the alpha stickers – four sets of alphabet on a 12x12 page in four colours and two different sizes allows her exactly the type of flexibility she needs when formulating titles.
One of Webster's Pages Design Team girls, Lucy Edson was wonderful enough to share some of her gorgeous work with us. Kitchen Closed is a eclectic mixture of Cherry Pie Papers and mixed media. This sign would look fantastic in any retro kitchen.