Louise just loved working with the Paddington range of papers. Whilst many find it hard to work with a range that is just in the 2 tones of black and white, the creative opportunities are endless as they are so easily matched with bright primary colours. The patterns and designs in the Paddington range are timeless and lend themselves to a broad range of topics that you might want to scrap.
Louise has chosen to keep it simple and has created 3 layouts, introducing 3 different bright colours [red, pink and yellow] to coordinate with this basic black and white range. Louise has used small amounts of the patterned paper, on a white background to embellish and showcase her photos. The small touches of bright colour, with the titles brads/eyelets and background spray mist, just finish the layouts off perfectly.
Louise loved the modern vintage look of the new 7 Gypsies Conservatory range. Using one of their amazing printer trays, she created this keepsake using the papers as a base and created a flowing plant design from imagery cut from the same papers and pop dotted into the sections. By adding lots of little touches including flowers, keys and a bird (also cut from the papers), the design has a coherent flow and lots of little details.
The pearl swirls add a sophisticated finishing touch to this family legacy.
A big thank you to Anna Dabrowska for letting us show this awesome layout featuring the 7 Gypsies Paddington papers. Anna has used these papers in such a wonderful mix of grunge and feminine styles. It looks beautiful. thank you Anna for allowing us to share your creativity.
This beautifully feminine layout from Veronica Goh shows the versatility of this range. By distressing, tearing and rolling the edges to show both sides of the papers, she has added depth and dimension as well as bringing focus to the photo. The large co-ordinated alphabet adds subtle detailing and the touches of lace complete the modern vintage look.
This stunning layout from Sharon Ong showcases the conservatory range at its best. By cutting out elements from the gorgeous papers and adding copious amounts of inking and details, Sharon has combined a modern photo with vintage look elements beautifully.