Danielle was instantly drawn to the bright, fun 'Off to School' range from Fancy Pants and took the opportunity to scrap the first day of school this year. A touch of gesso and string add a more casual feel to the graphic designs, and the layered element stickers, chipboard pieces and trims add a vibrant cheerfulness.
In this layout, Iris Uy uses the gorgeous "Summer's End" papers with the glitter cuts for a layout that is filled with cozy comfort colors and glitzy texture.
Fancy Pants Designer Iris Uy makes it a habit to make mini-albums for annual holidays and events in advance. Having too many photos taken in an event coupled with the pressure to have it scrapped soon equals no pictures scrapped at all. So her solution is mini albums made in advance for specific events like Halloween. This way, as soon as the pictures are taken and developed, all she has to do is crop the photos and adhere to her mini album.
Yuka Hino, another designer for Fancy Pants, created this bewitching layout of her daughter using the Oct.31 collection. She created a ruffled trim paper for the edge, misted the background paper with purple and black colors then overlaid a flocked web transparency to document this fun and beautiful Halloween moment.
Fancy Pants Designer Pamela Young, actually used FP's ribbon packaging to draw the shape for the card. She then added some rub-ons to the background, layered a filter and a die-cut, and topped of the layers with a ribbon and a chipboard embellishment. Finally she added stitching around the edges of the card. Simple details, beautiful effect!
For this funky layout, Lisa Andrews has used the calendar patterned paper from Fancy Pants' Off To School range as her background and built up from there.
Here Lisa once again uses the Fancy Pants Off to School range, this time to create a unique pencil tin! You can see more of Lisa's wonderful Fancy Pants creations on her blog.