Pebbles has some of the most colourful, fun, and easy to use products in the market. For this post, Iris came up with three ways to use her stash of Pebbles "Seen and Noted" Products. First up is this fun and colourful layout of her kids goofing around in the coffee shop while she and her husband were trying to enjoy their coffee.
Next, she used her papers and stickers for a Project Life kind of page. Using Photo sleeves with the papers, and phrase tags were so easy. The tags were perfectly measured for the smaller photo sleeves as well as the A4 sized photos. This was so much fun to do! And as a bonus, since the papers and tags, were double sided, as soon as Iris flipped the page protector, she realized that the other side was done as well and only needed photos and a few stickers!! So easy and so fun to do!!
Finally, Iris found this photo album by Pebbles. Perfect to house all of those random A4 photos that you think won't make it inside the scrapbook album anymore. Just stick your photo at the front cover, add embellishments, and you are ready to keep adding photos inside. So practical!!
Leanne enjoyed making these cards using the Pebbles Inc Walnut Grove collection. It is a beautiful collection of papers which have teal, blue, yellow and pinks throughout. Each of the papers in the collection is quite different in its design and colour way and yet they all work so well together. This paper collection came with perfectly paired embellishments and Leanne chose to work with the tag set, masking tape stickers and clothespins.
When Leanne creates cards she loves to alter some of the premade embellishments so she can create a number of different looks with the one product. Here Leanne removed the tag top and made the “Many Thanks” into a sentiment label. Leanne also used some edge distressing and simple folding and sanding techniques to create a faux stitching border.
On this card Leanne chose to alter the appearance of the tag by cutting off the wording and transforming it into a banner embellishment. In addition to the faux stitching border Leanne made some tears in the border and inked them.
The Walnut Grove collection features a wood grain patterned paper which Leanne has used to simulate an old fence. By using some double sided tape and carefully layering the palings on the fence the cards instantly had some definition.
Christa Paustenbaugh made this simple and yet stylish card to give to her husband on their 15th wedding anniversary. Here is what she said, at the time, about the Walnut Grove collection:
I am absolutely in love with this new Pebbles line and couldn't wait to get my hands on it in person! The rich colours are really amazing and even better in person. I whipped up this card quickly as my husband and I celebrate 15 years of wedded bliss! I just punched some circles from the phrase cards and layered with stickers and some twine. Very simple card with a sweet sentiment."
This layout has been created by Kim Jeffress from the Pebbles Inc DT (and incidentally an Aussie scrapbooker and paper crafter). In her layout you can see the way she has been able to match the soft teal colours in her photo to those in the Walnut Grove collection and beautifully tied the papers and the photos together on her stunning layout.