Iris used Little Yellow Bicicyle SnuggleBug Girl patterned papers and embellishments on both this and the next delicately created layouts. Here she cut-out trees from patterned paper make for a fun and whimsical page.
On this layout Iris made use of the stripe patterned paper and cut off the ends to make it look like ribbon strips... a fun and quick way to create a base for your photos.
A self-confessed patterned paper junkie, Kathie sometimes comes across pieces that are just too perfect to cut. The Stroll in the Park paper that she’s based her layout on here, is one such paper. She’s used it pretty much as it came (and sighed sadly whenever she had to cover one of the images on it with other page elements).
The Snugglebug Boy range is wonderfully fun and vibrant for pages about small boys. Kathie used the images from the sticker sheet and rubons to make decorating her page a cinch.
Suz used the gorgeous greens and blues of the ‘Lucky Me’ range to create this fabulous little mini album of her son’s homage to the scooter and skateboard. In addition to all these papers in a 12x12” size and the co-ordinating embellishments (here Suz has used epoxy buttons and rubons) there is also a paper pad which is pre-cut to just pull out and cover a chipboard mini album – so all the hard work is done for you! This pad includes plain papers as well as patterned die cut ones and a sheet of perfectly themed stickers. The ‘Lucky You’ theme is extraordinarily versatile and would work with a great range of photos.
Suz notes that the most time consuming part of this album was finding two years worth of photos of her son’s scootering obsession.
Romy Veul from Uithoorn, Holland has created this card using the Snugglebug boy range. She tells us that the card was actually a quick and simple one. She cut the trees and animals from the patterned paper and layered them using foam tape to create this super sweet arrangement. To give her card extra charm and dimension, Romy’s created white dots using liquid pearls and decorated everything with gloss and stickles. We love the length of spotted organza she’s tied across the bottom of the card too.