Janine loves the pretty mix of colours in the 7 Gypsies Victoria line. She enjoyed mixing the pretty colour palette with touches of black to help make it all pop on the page. With a few hand cut elements from the printed papers mixed in with some Prima flowers, she was able to create a floral cluster that flanked the photograph. For added texture she has added some touches of 7 Gypsies Book Binding tape and a metal page edge as well, both in black for added emphasis.
Iris created this canvas art for her friend Arlene. She first misted the canvas and rubbed on the 7 Gypsies colour rubbings on the canvas. What is great about this product is that it takes on the texture of the material on which it is rubbed on - which in this case is the canvas. 7 Gypsies metal embellishments and wooden ruler together with Prima flowers complete the look of the project.
Tina Walker has been into scrapbooking for about 15 years now and she loves how scrapbooking has embraced all types of medium, styles, and techniques. Anything goes, and that is perfect for her.
This project is special to her because it features a photo of herself with her sister whom she sees only a couple of times a year. The layout came together pretty fast. She used an old vintage plastic doily for the masking together with patterned papers from the 7 gypsies Mykonos line.
The beautiful colours and the artistic approach to creating this page is just so amazing and we hope that you will all be inspired to take out your 7 gypsies stuff too and play along with us.
This beautiful card and gift box set was created by Laura O’Donnel. She used the Camden 8x8 paper pack from 7 Gypsies for the flowers on the gift box as well as the collaged background on the card. Laura has been a long time lover of 7 Gypsies and is continually amazed that even the older lines of 7 Gypsies can be used today and still look up to date and trendy. Thank you Laura for sharing with us your beautiful creations.