Suz loved the gorgeous depth of the colours in the Indie Chic Ginger range but stuck to a fairly monochromatic palette and very subtle patterns for this page. MME Layered Chipboard gives a pop of colour and she had fun using one of the Martha Stewart ‘Punch all over the Page’ Flower punch to expand the theme of the photo.
Sue was really drawn to the On the Bright Side collection from MME. The collection is full of wonderful bright colours that are a little muted which makes them nice and easy to work with. Sue chose papers to co-ordinate with the photos of her daughter Lily, releasing a monarch butterfly that they raised from a caterpillar. The On the Bright Side collection contains a fantastic accessory sheet which is die-cut. Sue used lots of the die-cuts to embellish her page. Canvas flowers from Prima, that have been coloured with glimmermist, along with a Hambly overlay and stamped butterflies added the final touches that Sue needed to complete her design.
Anabelle O'Malley created this lovely page using the MME Follow Your Heart line. Here's what Anabelle had to say about her page: "My son created himself and my husband out of Lego mini figures. I wanted to do a fun, graphic page using MME's Follow Your Heart range. I love the hexagons and added them to my page, adhering some with foam adhesive to make them pop. We love the simplicity of Anabelle's design. Thanks Anabelle for allowing us to share your page.
We loved this layout by Karen Grunberg using the Indie Chic Saffron and Nutmeg ranges. She has fussy cut and layered the large flowers and laid it over the more subdued netural pages for a really eye catching page.
We love double pages and this one from Jana Eubank is a wonderful example. She has used the Indie Chic Saffron and Ginger lines which pop so beautifully on the grey background. You can see this page in more detail here on the MME Blog.