Bella Blvd is so bright just like a rainbow! Leeann had so much fun in creating this page. She really made those papers pop by using it against the white cardstock. Leeann has used the Sunshine and Happiness paper collection, journaling stickers, miniatures and buttons from the button market.
Leeann could not stop at one page and decide to whip up another. She adores this picture of Jorja colouring. Here she used the Bella Blvd chevron washi tape to create a quick and simple border. She made a few banners from patterned papers and journaling spots. simply layered them and added a few of the miniature tags. She finished this page of with those market buttons which she totally adores.
Iris had so much fun creating this layout of her daughter playing with clay on a warm summer afternoon at the park. The Bella Boulevard papers and embellishments were a perfect complement to the colourful world of a child. She only used stickers here and embellishments and was still able to complete the look of the page.
She used a mistable paper as base and applied pastel colours to create a colourful base for the stickers and embellishments.The edges were then texturized with texture paste and coloured again with pastel colours, paint, and gold metallic pigments.
The Bella Blvd collection doesn't have to be all about baby creations. Here Chris has decorated one of the new Jenni Bowlin Chalkboard Easels for her daughters bedroom. Chris fussy cut around the cupcake image and used 3D foam tape to adhere it to the chalkboard. She also did the same with the stickers from the Baby Girl miniature stickers and formed them into a garland. The chalkboard easel comes with it's own chalk pencil for writing reminders or little notes on the board.
You could be forgiven for thinking that the background of this card was stamped, but alas, it is the gorgeous pattern paper from the Bella Blvd Baby Girl collection. So soft, pretty and easy to create with! Chris fussy cut around the elephant image and added one of the divine crochet flowers embellishments to the image.
Chris saw this cute little monkey image in the Baby Girl collection kit but didn't want to fussy cut around the edges of the image, so the solution was to use the Sizzix fancy label die cut to cut around the main parts of the image and create this adorable baby girl card.
Chris found it hard to stop creating cards with the Baby Girl Collection. This time she also combined the papers and stickers with some twine from Jillibean Soup.
This bright and funky page was created by Kim Watson. You can see her published frequently in magazines and craft books and this page with it's crisp lines and rich details show us why her pages are loved by so many. This page was one of her creations for her guest designer spot at Bella Boulevard.
Our very own Kim Arnold is also a design team member For Bella Blvd and she jumped at the chance to share these gorgeous layouts using the Baby Boy range with our readers! Kim says that the chipboard icons in this range are super cute and along with the papers are a match made in heaven - such a versatile collection.
Kathy Martin is a design team member for Bella Blvd and has created three very gorgeous cards. We adore how happy and bright they are. Thank you so much Kathy for letting us share some of your cards.
Lia Abdulah created this masterpiece of a monogram for the product swap and blog hop of Bella Boulevard and Maya Road. She created fun and colorful embellishments with the Bella Boulevard Papers and came up with a design that will cheer up and corner of the room.