Kim has used the Prairie Hill 6x6 paper pad to great effect on this layout by layering various of the different papers to create an interesting mat behind the photo. Kim says that she has developed a real appreciation for the smaller scale of pattern on the 6x6 papers and really enjoys using them now on her layouts. Kim has also used the Mistables mask to create the inked diamond pattern in the background.
Louise adored the soft pinks, blues and neutrals of the Pink Paislee London Market range, yet still wanted to create a slightly masculine layout with it. By using a dark base and painting it with iron and copper reactive paint, it gave the layout an interesting base that was softened with fussy cut flowers and handmade, dimensional corner borders. By combining the papers with some Prima flowers and a metal light charm, the effect is soft and sweet while remaining neutral.
Kim is also a member of the Pink Paislee Design Team and she has kindly shared some more of her beautiful work with us. She has used Spring Jubilee in the first layout and a mixture of Indigo Bleu and Prairie Hill ranges on the page directly above.
Amazing designer Karola Witczak has done what she does best with these three amazing projects for Pink Paislee. With diecuts, punches and a lot of dimension and layering, she’s created interest with simple repetition of the heart shapes in the tag and frame gift set. Her Best Friend box uses the London Market range to create a stunning, vintage gift box full of detail and sweet little touches.
Maria Featon has created this stunning layout featuring lots of handstitching and some amazingly detailled Twiddleybitz chipboard that co-ordinate perfectly with the softness in the Pink Paislee papers. The flower clusters add balance and dimension and the fussy cut details and subtle inking add softness and detail.