Kim has used the Surf's Up range from Bella Blvd to create this great beach themed layout. Although the range has includes pink throughout, Kim says it was very easy to create a layout with no pink at all (since it featured her son and father-in-law). Kim loves the Bella Blvd paper tapes and used them to create a one of a kind border on this layout by layering a variety of different tapes. Kim says she particularly likes Bella Blvd paper tapes as they are a heavier weight than washi tape and can be removed and restuck easily.
These bright funky papers are fantastic to make a hip looking wedding card!! Jane stuck a cute little flag in one of the chipboard icon stickers, cut a sentiment from the vows paper and layered that on the card with some Washi tape.
When Jane popped out the letters from the chipboard icon sheet she loved the look that remained, so she just had to make a card with it!! She trim it and back it with the cloud paper, inserted a flag inside the ‘W’ and glued a couple within the ‘D’ section.
We’re big fans of the double layout here, and this one by Diane Payne can’t help but make us smile. She has used the appropriately titled Sunshine and Happiness collection to create this double page with sequential photos.
How sweet indeed is this layout by the talented Malika Kelly. She has used a mixture of collections to create the random pattern on this page, and notes how easy it is to mix and match the Bella Blvd ranges and still achieve harmony.
We loved the green and blue tones on the strong dark cardstock base in this gorgeous layout by Bella Blvd DT member Megan Klauer. She says that the inspiration came from some of the Designer Tapes which were just bunched together in a basket.. a happy accident that created a striking page.
Finally these wonderfully happy cards were created by Gretchen McElveen. We love her colour palette and the use of the pale greys from the Love & Marriage line that makes the brighter colours pop.