Iris used overlays and Hambly frame stickers to frame her photos. A combination of cut-out overlay frames and clear stickers create a tree for the outdoor scene you can see here.
It’s no secret that Hambly has long been one of Suz’s favourite manufacturers. The rubon journalling blocks she has used above are just one of her many go-to products that you will regularly find on her pages. For embellishment Suz has combined the gorgeous colours of the Peacock Feather overlays to create a bouquet effect and accentuated the colour palette with Little Yellow Bicycle flowers from the Clothesline range.
Jules loves doing romantic, beautiful layouts, but she does not do shabby chic layouts.For this page, she wanted something that will give her layout a more modern vibe. That's where Hambly transparencies come into play. With this layout she used Hambly doilies and lace transparencies in hot pink to add a girly, romantic touch. Teamed with Webster's papers, it creates an elegant but modern image. Add a little bling (Zva Creative) and the project is complete.
Keshet Shenkar made this page to remember how happy and beautiful her friend looked on her wedding day. The white patchwork rub-ons added both a "fun" element and an elegant, feminine look, fitting a bridal layout well. Since she loved the rub-ons so much, she let them take center stage on the page and added many elements over them. She also added bits of twine and a mini clothespin after seeing some beautiful inspiration from Debee Campos, a talented scrapper and crafter.
Piradee Talvanna combined Pink Paislee’s 365 Degrees range with Hambly to create this beautifully and brightly romantic wedding day page.
Finally we loved the simplicity and vibrancy of this page by Michelle Sielman. She has used the glorious Hambly tree rubon on kraft, and to give it more contrast she has coloured in the gaps in the wood grain. She’s also used both Hero Arts and Technique Tuesday stamps on this layout – what’s not to love?! Thanks Michelle for allowing us to share it here.