Caz was lucky enough to play with the new BasicGrey range - Eerie. Even though her kids do sometimes trick or treat for Halloween she decided to do a couple of non Halloween layouts to show you how versatile it is. The range is full of bats and spiders, as well as having trees, lightening bolts and black cats. Each of the papers is double sided and the colours are so gorgeous. Perfect for super-hero pages, and pages about boys, bugs etc etc.
The paper and stickers with the bats on was perfect for this photo of her son Jesse when he was little in his Batman outfit.
This rather cheeky comment came from Caz's son Jesse while he gazed at the cobweb hanging from one of the upstairs light fittings. Caz can only reach the light fittings with a ladder and can't really be bothered carrying it all the way upstairs so it is still there. lol.
The spider and spider web papers in the Eerie range fit the page perfectly. The large black web is actually cut from the packaging on the Tim Holtz Spiderweb Mask packet.
Basic Grey is known for their beautiful rich hues and exotic patterns, and Indian Summer fulfills all these expectations and more. Steph has used 5 different Indian Summer Patterned Papers and cut out distinctive images to add to her vibrant collage. She has incorporated the beautiful Basic Grey Indian Summer Woolies which add texture and diversity to her layout. By addiing the tulle, Steph has created softness on these quite heavy colors, and secured the tulle with a stunning glazed brad.
What we love about Kelly Goree, is her amazing sense of design. Here she has combined a mixture of patterned papers and used contrasting patterns and shapes to intensify the impact of her design.
Caz thought you might enjoy this pretty layout by Jeannie Rivera using the Ambrosia range from basicgrey. We love the beautiful spray of butterflies she has hand cut from the patterned paper to showcase such a happy photo.
These three beautiful cards feature BasicGrey's Eskimo Kisses range were created by the talented Amy Tara Koeppel. How effective is the stitching on these cards? Those cut little mittens joined by the hand stitched words are to die for. Thanks so much for sharing Amy Tara.
Even though BasicGreys Lemonade range is not one of the newest ranges, we just gad to show you all this gorgeous album created by Berdien Weideveld from the Netherlands. She was just blown away by the detail that Berdien has included on each and every page. You can spend ages looking at each page and still not see all the little features included. Such a lot of time and talent went into created such a beautiful keepsake. Thanks for allowing us to share your album with our readers Berdien.
And finally, how gorgeous are these Christmas tags created by Aida from Singapore using the Basicgrey Eskimo Kisses range. They would be perfect as place cards for the Christmas dinner table, grouped in a little bucket for a centrepiece or even hung from the tree by a ribbon. Thanks for sharing with us Aida.