The Peaceful collection by Authentique is a sophisticated, vintage-style range, perfect for scrapping your winter photos. Sue lives in Queensland though so doesn’t see too much of a true winter up there. Instead she decided it would be perfect to showcase a few photos of her Christmas ornaments. Sue loved the neutral colour scheme and decided to complement the range with gold and silver tones. Sue even added in a glittered snowflake Christmas ornament, for which formed the base of a beautiful, layered and textured embellishment. If you haven’t used Authentique before, we’re sure you will love the textured heavy-weight papers.
Kim couldn't resist the beautiful aqua and orange colours in the Gathering range - or fussy cutting out the beautiful orange poppies to create the main embellishments on her page. If you look at the actual poppy patterned paper, there are berries printed onto it. Kim has replicated this look using brads on her page, adding detail and dimension. Kim has used a number of the lovely phrases in the various cardstock die cuts for her journaling.
A big thankyou to Lynn Sholoples for sharing her beautiful layouts using Authentique products. In this first layout, Lynn has used the same range Kim did (Gathering) but with a completely different look, which shows the versatility of the range.
In her second layout, Lynn has used the Enchanted range to create this fantastic halloween themed layout. If you would like to see more of Lynn's work, you can visit her blog here.
Tina Walker recently guest designed for Authentique and is sharing some of her beautiful projects using the Curiosity range. Tina has used the range to full effect, layering various items to create the gorgeous layout above and two cards. Thanks so much for sharing Tina!
Shellye McDaniel created a beautiful pocket to hold sweet tags she made, using the Authentique Fresh collection. Shellye cleverly covered a manila folder with paper and embellishments to form the pocket. Have a wander through many of her gorgeous gorgeous tags below. Wouldn’t they make lovely gift tags?
Thanks Shellye for allowing us to share your designs.