Leeann says she’s not much of a fussy cutter but was keen to have ago and Webster’s patterned papers provide you with the most gorgeous fairlytale like images. Leeann has used mainly the Ladies & Gents line of patterned papers and embellishments. It was just a matter of fussy cutting out everything and then arranging and layering. The fabric blooms are gorgeous and add a beautiful softness to the page.
The combination of muted tones in the Webster's Pages "Clean and Simple" line and the bright romantic patterns in the "Classic" line provides a crafter with the perfect mix of background papers and elements which can be hand-cut and layered. Aussie Scrap Source designer Iris Uy who is also a member of the Webster's Design Team shares with us a layout featuring the classically beautiful and romantic "Everyday Poetry" collection. You can also see here some of the new embellishments from Webster's.
Here is another layout from Iris Uy this time featuring the stunning, recently released (currently on preorder!) "Girl Land" collection.
Stacey Michaud is part of the "Clean and Simple" design team for Webster's Pages. Here she shows us how to make a stunning page with the new "Palm Beach" line with a clean and simple approach to design. She loves to use Webster's journaling cards and she started building the layout using this embellishment. She then added the chevron pattern to give the layout some moment. Thank you Stacey for this great idea on how to make simple yet stunning pages with Webster's pages products!
Someone who knows exactly what to do with Webster’s patterned papers is this amazing lady Brit Sviggum. She is so incredibly talented with a very unique style. All of her pages are like fairly tale stories starring her children and each page is filled with detail and layers. Thank you so much Brit for letting us share some of your amazing pages. You can see more of her work here.
Gabrielle Pollaco created a stunning work of art with the new "In Love" paper collection. Soft colours, beautiful patterns, romantic embellishments - all in one artfully designed page.
Finally, feel free to gape in awe at this gorgeous layout by Webster’s DT member, Emma Trout. (We might have!) She has created a tutorial for this subtle rainbow page over on the Webster’s blog, here.