Kim has used the Persnickety range to create this delightful friendship themed layout. Kim says that the hexagon printed paper was her favourite in the range and was perfect for fussy cutting to make the random hexagon pattern that flows across the page.
Chris found everything she needed to create these 3 fabulous card with the Victoria Park 6x6 papers, bag of mixed bits and cardstock stickers! The colours and designs all fall together so nicely!
Katrina Hunt is back on the blog today this time showing us some gorgeous layouts using Lily Bee. Katrina has put this layout together using Double Dutch & Buttercup ranges as well as Lily Bee Index Card and Letter Stickers. It's so lovely to see your gorgeous dogs again too Katrina!
Becky Williams has kindly agreed to share one of her beautiful layouts featuring Lily Bee Designs Buttercup range. I love how Becky has cut various designs from the patterned paper to make it the highlight of this page. Thankyou for sharing Becky. If you would like to see more of Becky's beautiful work, please visit her blog here.
A big thankyou to Riikka Kovasin from Finland for agreeing to share her beautiful layout, Siskit (which is translated to Sisters. Riikka's layout features a mixture of papers from Lily Bee Designs Double Dutch, Stationery and Memorandum ranges. I love the whimsical feel that Riikka has given her layout with the misted and handrawn background which pull the colours from the beautiful bold red and blue floral paper.
Leeann really adores all the lily bee collections. She couldn't wait to get her hands on this collection "Buttercup" so many fabulous patterns with coordinating stickers. Plus the added bonus of the bag of bits which is filled with tags, banners and assorted shapes. Giving you plenty to work with. Leeann made over sized banners and simply layered them. Finishing her page of by randomly placing the shapes and machine stitching for added detail.
Here's a fabulous page created by Lisa Wilkinson who has used the Buttercup collection. We love how she has used lots of the pattern papers and layered each of them. Then simple finishing it off with using the bag of bits which is full of pennants and assorted shapes that coordinates perfectly with this collection. Thanks so much Lisa for letting us share your page.
Here we have a totally cool cool page created by Ashli Oliver, using papers and embellishments from the Buttercup collection. You can see more of Ashli creations at her blog which happens to be filled with a heap more of lilybee creations. Thanks so much ashli for letting us share your creations.
When Kim saw the Head Over Heels range she knew that it was just perfect for the photo booth photos that she had of her husband and her from a recent date night. The roses paper lends itself to the flowers being fussy cut and layered to frame the photos and matted area.
Janine loves the fabulous mix of patterns and colours in the This and That range from Lilybee Designs! They are so eclectic and give such a fun feel to a LO, and perfect for her layered style. Janine also chose to mix both feminine flowers with grungy cogs cut from Tim Holtz Grungeboard, perfectly mixing both masculine and feminine elements together to compliment the photo. The small alphabet stickers by Lilybee were perfect for adding a larger journaling style title to the page.
Iris made this page for her friend Arlene who was adorned in their Filipiniana National Costume. The colors of the "Picket Fence" line adds a rich color and feel to this page without taking the focus out of the photo. The banners and cut-out stars adds even more detail to the theme of the page.
Jennifer Hufford created this page and shows that a heap of journalling need not impede creativity! We loved how she layered the Harvest Market papers for a rich look on the photo side, and included the very cool and versatile alpha stickers to highlight her title within the journalling. Thanks Jennifer for allowing us to share.
We thank Lisa Day for allowing us to share this fabulous layout which also makes beautiful use of the Harvest Market papers. Lisa has given her scrapbook page a kind of patchwork look with random patterned paper piecing, and then stitched over them for extra texture. Despite all the detail the lovely mellow tones of the papers allow the photo to really stand out on this page.
The Christmas Town papers were ideal for scrapping one of Kathie’s favourite photos from last Christmas. It’s not often that she gets a photo of her husband and son together, let alone that they are both looking at the camera, and don’t have silly expressions on their faces.
The Christmas Town range lends itself well to a vintage Christmas feel. Kathie based the layout on a backdrop of BasicGrey, then teamed the rubons and die-cuts from the range with a little Webster’s Pages tinsel and some Jenni Bowlin stick pins for an extra Christmas sparkle.
This was Sue's first time scrapping with products by Lily Bee and she was suitably impressed. The Domestic Bliss range consists of really cute vintage designs and Sue found herself wishing she had photos of her Mum cooking when she was younger. But as she didn't have any older photos, Sue decided to scrap photos of her daughter Lily with her best friend Meg. The colours in the collection are really lovely and can be used to scrap lots of different types of photos, not just vintage ones.
The chipboard stickers are in Sue's opinion, the star of the collection. They are great value and provide the perfect embellishment for your layouts.
The Catching Fall collection from Lily Bee is so versatile for scrappers who enjoy working with a neutral palette. The patterns are subtle and understated, and extremely easy to use. Although the line is suited to Thanksgiving and Fall themes, it really is suitable for any number of projects as Kathie demonstrates with her page.
Iris makes beautiful use here of the Domestic Bliss range, pulling out various beautiful colours and elements from the patterned paper and using them on her trademark white glimmer misted background.
We thank Lisa Day for this stunning Catching Fall layout – we loved the elegant pleated flowers topped with buttons.
The beautiful muted tones of the Catching Fall papers are showcased here to perfection by Piradee Talvanna. We loved the simple but stunning colour blocking techniques alongside the quirky details like the bunting and the string.
This cute layout was created by Brenda Hurd, using the Lily Bee Catching Fall Collection. Brenda cleverly created the scalloped border along the top of her page by using the chipboard buttons. She alternated the button sizes and trimmed them to create the scallops. The banner on the page is from the sticker elements sheet and Brenda added rub-on words to each banner. Thanks so much Brenda for allowing us to share your gorgeous work.
Virginia Tillery, Alabama, has used Lily Bee's Catching Fall papers and rubons to decorate an old faux window frame and create a charming home decor piece. The rich vintage feel to the line makes it perfect for home decor projects. Virginia created the cute little bunting by hand sewing mini punched hearts to red and white bakers twine. It’s the perfect touch for the project, don’t you think? Thanks for allowing us to share your project Virginia.
Lori Gentile, from California, is the design team coordinator for Lily Bee. The tonings of the Catching Fall range were perfect for her adorable photo in the layout “Pumpkin Patch”. Lori’s used the text paper from the range as the basis of her page and then dressed it with a few strips of patterned paper, some of the chipboard stickers and some rubons.
Lori says “The colors of the Catching Fall collection are perfect for capturing every Autumn memory, from apple picking to pumpkin patches to Thanksgiving dinners. The patterns are elegant and easy to use." Thanks Lori!
Finally, ChristmasTown is showcased in this simply stunning layout. Though the colours are muted for christmas, it’s all the better to show off brightly coloured photos, or indeed, coffee cups!