Suz created this delicate layout using the Winnefred Street range of Heidi Grace papers. The larger flowers and flourishes are handcut from the stunning floral paper which is both flocked and shimmery. She has used the co-ordinating chipboard alphas and printed flowers, and the alpha rubons which she found apply like a dream.
Photography by Raylene Wilkinson of her delicious daughter Tess.
The colour combination of pink and brown are perfect for boy & girl pages. In this layout Maxine cut a heart from a piece of basic cardstock and punched heart shapes from various Cherrywood Lane papers. She then glued the punched hearts on allowing some to over-lap at the bottom of her photograph. She also used the cherry word rub-ons as a decoration around the heart shape, turning them as she went to follow the curves. She made a cluster of hearts from the cherry shapes cardstock stickers.
Maxine first met Heidi Grace when they both tutored at an ISC in Sydney in 2005 and again in 2006 at CHA. What a perfect photo to use for Heidi's products.
As soon as she saw the Cherry Wood Lane collection Maxine knew she was in for a treat. Maxine said it was pure delight to work with the gorgeous pinks and browns and everything just fell into place easily. She especially loved the texture of the papers, the embossed designs with the touch of glitter just sheer bliss!
The Urban Acres Blvd range of patterned paper, chipboard and stickers blends so beautifully together as Mel has demonstrated here in the layout of her little niece Bonnie. The chipboard shapes are easy to use with their self adhesive back, so they can be peeled straight from the sheet onto your layout, no messy adhesive needed. Mel has added a little bling to the chipboard swirls and lightly sanded the edges back to white to help lift the layout.
This simply striking layout by Cathy Bodini caught our eye recently. Cathy has mounted the Heidi Grace papers onto chipboard hearts, sanded the edges and punched small holes through the middle of each heart to create buttons. Such a cool idea!