Leeann loves anything with spots and chevrons plus having the pattern papers that are double sided with lots of paper accents gives you so many more choices when designing pages. Leeann wanted to use a bit of everything and created a collage page, each piece of paper and accent just overlapping with a bit of machine stitching for added texture. She finished the page of by using the stickers from the sticker sheet and throwing in a few buttons.
Jane added quite a bit of detail to this card, lets see - she cut up the puzzle paper and used the words as a frame, uneven areas and corners were filled in with a cut-out star square, she added small pieces of the Washi tape behind the sprocket gears and glued them in place. Jane also used the gears embossing folder with the blue paper and sanded it to tie it all together.
Jane has a thing about arrows at the moment and they work really well on male cards! The chevron Washi tape was trimmed to look like arrows and a row of metals game spinners were added to create more interest. The number wheel sticker can be pointed to the recipients age or if they are older you could place numbers stickers over one area!
We would like to thank Chantelle Huizenga for letting us share a few of her fabulous creations using echo park scoot collection. This page is full of fun and pops all those primary colours.
On this page Chantelle has made great use of all the accent cuts and stickers, by framing the focal point.
and lastly coordinating the papers and accents to work with different types and colors of photos.
You can see more of Chantelle's work here.