Suz Doyle chose to play with the latest Dear Lizzie Neopolitan range. She found some old photos of Phoebe still at toddler stage, getting into her scrapbook supplies, that she’s been wanting to scrap for aeons which suited the colour palette and theme of the papers perfectly. Her favourite thing right now is playing with Thickers and combining fonts, colours and textures in the one title. The embellishments in the Dear Lizzie range are just beautiful and unusually Suz wanted to use them all – cut out mason jars, fair ribbon accordion flowers and she finished it off with a big beautiful splashy Prima flower.
Janine had so much fun with this versatile range by Amy Tangerine for American Crafts. She adored the combination of grey and orange in the range and decided to accent with touches of the green for added impact. There were wonderful elements to hand cut out as well as totally cute stickers to finish off the design, all the while keeping the focus on that cute little face of her youngest boy!
Leah Farquharson has a stunning tutorial on the American Crafts blog showing how she created the above canvas using the Dear Lizzie Neopolitan range and Mister Huey’s Spray Mists.
Thank you to Leslie Ashe for sharing these amazing cards created from the American Crafts Amy Tangerine range. Leslie shows how a touch of funky elegance can be achieved with these cool papers mixed with some vintage lace.
Check out this super-pretty card by Melissa Mann from the American Crafts design team. She has used the 6x6 paper pad and the gorgeous pinwheels, stamps and trims from the range.