This layout I have made for Jot Magazine February Challenge , using a super cute collection from Piątek Trzynastego: Cute and Co. First I was afraid a bit because the colors of the mood board seemed too pastel for me, but at the end I really had fun with this page and actualy I am in love with it. Thank you Lauren for the inspiration! Love, P.J.
Challenge time! In February is all about love, I thought I make a mood board to inspire you. My layout is based on an American Crafts 12×12 Smooth white cardstock, wich I decorated with a huge heart cut out from Pebbles Forever My Always collection From My Heart paper. First I decorated my heart with textil strips and than I layered over Pebbles Forever My Always stickers and die cuts around the heart. I dumped some Pebbles Forever My Heart Puffy stickers in some places in order to keep my photo in focus. For the title I used the breathtaking Pebbles Forever My Always Foam Thickers. Rules of participation: The task is to create a scrapbook page, postcard or mini album in wich at least two elements of the mood board (either color or shape) have to be able recognized. You can enter as many times as you wish! Share your project on instagram using #ppchallenge4 and #pinkandpapershop hastags. Don’t forget to tag our shop as well using @pinkandpapershop. As a second photo you must add to the post the covering photo of the challenge! Attention! In case of a private account the organizer …
I love that my daughter loves reading so much, and I love scrapbooking so much! So I made this layout truly just for fun, to participate in Jotmagazine challenge. After having painted the white background, I added the block of the littlte strips of paper as if they were bookmarks. Finally I decorated my layout with hearts and a little black ink. Thank you Anna for the inspiration! Love, P.J.
I´m so excited to share with you this layout as an inspiration for the very first Monthly Challenge on Pink and Paper Shop! I invite you to play with us using the sketch below: In my layout I used almost eveything from Pebbles Heart of Home Collection. I love this cosy mixture of gold, brown and pale pink. It reminds me of the lights on an october afternoon. For the background I chose Pebbles Heart of Home Grow 12×12 paper, and I added some 6×6 papers from the Pebbles Heart of Home Paper Pad. The embellishments are from Pebbles Heart of Home Ephemera Pack and Pebbles Heart of Home Label Stickers. Click here for challegne details. Love, P.J.
This photo I’ve been saving for some time because I wanted to make a layout that reflects the milieu of my daughter’s best friend’s birthday. First I would like to make fairy – lamps but than I found these cute little clips from Felicity Jane Studio and I decided to make some tassels. I used yarn and residuals to make them. Once I start putting ornaments it is very difficult to stop. I completed my layout with all the cuties I found in my stock from Felicity Jane Studio and Pink Paislee. I made a small cluster on the right bottom under the photo where I placed my journaling, and two others above the photo and on the left side to balance the page. Love, P.J.
We have a scraplift game here in Hungary started by Anna. As a winner of the last challenge, it was my turn to scraplift three layouts from the artists of our community. So the good answer is: The fist layout I scraplifted from Dido: the second one is from Noémi Mounier: and the third is from Gólya: Love, P.J.
Sorry guys, this will be a post in Hungarian, but in the second part I will explain everything. Emlékeztek, hogy másfél hónappal ezelőtt Anna egy remek játékot indított? A játék lényege, hogy hazai scrapperek oldalait lifteljük, majd közzétesszük a saját verziónkat. Nektek nincs más dolgotok, csak kitalálni kik voltak az eredeti alkotók. Az nyer, aki először sorrendben leírja a a facebook poszt alá a helyes sorrendben az eredeti alkotók nevét. Én nem voltam olyan termékeny mint Anna, csak három oldalt készítettem, de alaposan körülnézem a hazai blogokon… Tadáááám, a három oldal: 1. 2. 3. Nyeremény is van! De ez legyen még meglepetés. Love, P.J.
This mood board was a real challenge for me! When I saw it I thought that was so beautiful, but what would I do with these colors??? What most inspired me was the big image with the floppy disks. I haven’t got any products in these colours, so I decided to make a painted background based on the mood board. First I put everything on the painted background, but it seemed too much for me. Than I cut my background in half, I cut out some speech bubbles and I added a few cristals, splatters and enamels.– Thanks Sharmaine for the challenge! Love, P.J.