This line by Cosmo cricket “salt Air” was just screaming at Leeann to create a beachy page. Leeann just adores the brightness of all the pattern papers and the paper borders are proving to be a very versatile piece. And you can’t go wrong with coordinating chipboard embellishments which will always add that finishing touch.
The Scraps patterned papers from Cosmo Cricket's 'Odds and Ends' range have a fun patchwork style which Danielle emphasised in this multi-layered page. Two sheets of the paper were used here, one for the background and various squares of the second sheet were distressed at the edges and layered over the background. Cosmo's cardstock stickers are also great for layering around the page, and can be used as a design element rather than as journaling spots.
A handful of chipboard shapes from an older Cosmo release - 'Nutmeg' - are scattered around the page, showing how easily different Cosmo ranges can be selectively combined, mixing old ranges with the new.
Iris created the two charming layouts above using Cosmo Crickets fabulous Odds & Ends collection. She has combined in her signature way lots of layering of the patterned papers and some of the gorgeous Ready Set Chipboard to create her scenes.
WOW - Tanya Batrak took this to another level and created this very beachy scene using the "Salt Air" collection.
Another stunning page by Tanya Batrak this time using the "Circa 1934" collection. Thank you so much for sharing your amazing projects with us.