Transparencies are so versatile and look stunning on any creation, and none are more fabulous than Hambly’s! There is a myriad of things that you can do with a transparency and here Steph shows two other ways to use this versatile textile. Firstly she has cut the new Lace Hambly Transparency into strips and used them to frame her photo.
Because of the transparent quality of this textile, they are ideal for layering and special effects as shown here, adhered onto the photo. Another interesting way of showcasing this product is to use it as a "window" on your layout. Steph has cut a huge window in the middle of her Aussie Scrap Source Cardstock and adhered the Hambly Dress Form Transparency to the back. As you can see the result is gorgeous. This technique would look lovely for OTP projects and different size windows on a page.
Kraft Cardstock, grid paper, a variety of alphabets and Hambly transparencies all combine together to make this feel-good layout by Nic Howard. Nic knew the Hambly transparency would make a wonderful frame for this photo of her friends. She wanted bright colours with fun effect, and knew the frame would make the photo pop. Strips pf paper from Sassafras Lass add the spark, while some dark inking accentuates the effects of the black and white Hambly frames.
Suz loved Hambly’s Clear Butterfly Stickers and had been looking for an excuse to use them. She found it when creating a layout about a conversation she had with her daughter. Suz has layered Hambly over Hambly, included beautiful BasicGrey Lace Cuts and of course added the Clear Stickers which give, an otherwise simple page, some much needed movement.
A Hambly post isn’t really complete without a layout from Loretta Grayson using her favourite woodgrain transparency. Here she uses a Van Gogh quote to form the basis of this amazingly beautiful swirly layout. Something about it makes you want to just dive into the page. Thanks so much Rett for letting us share your talent yet again.
Christine Drumheller created this fabulous page with so many elements that we love – substantial journalling, lots of fun detail, perfect balance, and of course Hamby Screen Prints! We love how she has layered the leaves – and check out the little Sassafras owl hiding in the tree! Thanks Christine.
Finally, how beautiful is this tag? Judi VanValkinburgh-Garber allowed us to share her fabulous talent here – we love how she has combined Hambly with felt and such fabulous stitching to create a tag anyone would be thrilled to find in their mailbox. Thanks so much Judi.