BasicGrey’s Konnichiwa is a bright and girly range that has been used perfectly by Kim to document a day out with the girls to celebrate Melbourne Cup. Kim has used a variety of embellishments from the large number in the range to frame her photos without overwhelming them. The papers also proved perfect for fussy cutting allowing Kim to easily layer more flowers onto the base patterned paper design.
Meanwhile the soft and ethereal Plumeria range was the perfect backdrop for this spell-casting photo of Suz Doyle’s daughter. Lilacs and golds are offset by turquoise to create a pretty, dreamy effect and Suz has played with layers and Martha Stewart edge punches to create some interest at the bottom of this page.
How cool is this page created by Leeann Pearce for the BasicGrey blog. She has used Kissing Booth in a clearly non-Valentine and very-Leeann happy carefree way.
Danielle Flanders has kindly agreed to share this beautiful layout with us using the Konnichiwa range. I love how Danielle has created the quilted pieces from patterned paper to reinforce the theme of her layout. Thanks for sharing Danielle.
Ashli Oliver has used the beautiful Basic Grey Piccadily range to great effect. We love Ashli's layered and distressed style. She includes so many interesting details into all of her layouts. Thankyou for agreeing to share your layout with us Ashli.
Nicole Samuels from the BasicGrey design team created this page using the What’s Up range, which is due in Aus any day now! We love how she has colour-coded the heart punches to create a background that’s both interesting and still allows the focus to remain on the photos.