The Storyteller range from Crate Paper is perfect for telling stories, and especially telling stories about journeys! Suz used it to record her kids’ first flight last year when they flew to Perth for a holiday. The colour palette is bright but with subdued patterns so they don’t fight with the photos, and the chipboard elements are fun and help tell the story perfectly. Suz decided to turn the whole layout onto an angle at the last minute, which also helps convey the dynamic of the travel theme.
Sue used the Crate Paper Little Bo Peep to decorate this gorgeous Jenni Bowlin divided box and added photos of her daughter Lily Rose, during her first year of life. The divided box is nice and deep so you can add quite bulky items. It would be cute to even add a little pair of booties and a hospital bracelet.
Tami Gookstetter from the Crate Paper design team created this layout which is perfectly stunning in its simplicity. She has used the new wood veneer pieces and go with just about anything.
We thank Michiko Kato from the Crate design team for this little gem. She has created delicious little ‘shaker boxes’ using a sunburst punch and punched leaves, along with Crate’s fabulous wood grain papers.
Another layout by Michiko also caught our eye – this time she has used the Pretty Party range in a delightfully unexpected way. She provides a tutorial on the Crate Paper blog here.
Finally, how about this page by master designer Christine Middlecamp?! Her eye for detail and harmonious contrast is second to none and here she showcases the stunning colour palette and designs of the On Trend line.