It was love at first sight when Louise Williams discovered the Jenni Bowlin Hodge Podge album. With a mix of elements including a transparency, frame, seed packet and bingo card, she created this mini album of favourite quotes. By mixing in papers from the Jenni Bowlin Haven range, the album has a modern vintage look with quirky feel.
Sue has been intrigued by the Jenni Bowlin Hodge Podge books for a while now and she decided this was a perfect opportunity to create a mini album of some 'everyday' pics of her children. The books come with six pre-punched pages made from various materials such as heavy cardstock, transparency, book board etc. They provide the perfect base for your photos and other odds and ends to create a fun and interesting album.
The pages are then held together by two brass rings and of course you can add your own pages too.
This adorable layout was designed by the talented Lisa Dickinson. What a fabulous idea to use the Jenni Bowlin clock design to represent the growing up of a child. We can all relate to wanting time to slow down a little.
We love the simple design of this layout using the Jenni Bowlin Haven collection. And what sweet photos. Thanks Lisa for allowing us to share your work.
It's the little details that Celeste Smith has used in this clean and simple layout that attracted Louise to it. The Jenni Bowlin kit that was used all co-ordinates beautifully, but it's the touches of stitching and the strips of paper that add a punch of colour that bring it to life.
This cute layout from Dina Wakley is another layout using Jenni Bowlin products in a fun, whimsical way. The random stamping and staggered line of photos along with the hand journalling on a punch of orange, all come together to make a layout that's simply "Oh Fun".
Louise spotted this amazing canvas by Leah Crowe in an online gallery and immediately recognised the Jenni Bowlin cherries. She loves the layering of collaged elements and the little birdcage adds a touch of whimsy to this lovely piece.