“Hordó” means barrel in Hungarian, and this is the most beloved, and at the same time, the most fearful toy of my children in the park. I would like to make a very clean, very airy page. Looking for cutfiles I found this background from The Cut Shoppe. I loved the tone-on-tone effect, the white die-cuts on the white paper, but I decided to add some color to my layout. I layered several clouds whith these delicate pastel color papers from Felicity Jane Studio. I love how beautifully coordinated the papers are in this 6×6 FJ Favorites Collection. To conclude my page I added some bits and pieces also from Felicity Jane Studio, Crate Paper and Pink Paislee. It was fun to play with these cute clouds and beautiful papers, I couldn’t be happier with the way this layout turned out! Love, P.J.
Creating this page I follow the same method as with it’s “feminine” pair. I gathered all my small embellishments, bits and pieces from Cocoa Vanilla Studio ‘YOU ROCK’ collection and I placed them around the photo to get a random – looking cluster. Small embellishments can easily get lost on a full-sized page, unless you group them in a certain place on your layout. The colors of this collection fit well with the colors of my photo. The yellow and orange elements smarten up the almost monochrome layout. As a title I used a cutfile from Felicity Jane Studio. This area I wanted to keep clean and simple to make contrast with the decoration on the bottom and top of the page. I finished my layout using flair buttons. I did not know which to choose, so I chose all. Love, P.J.
Because I’m still in love whit Felicity Jane Studio mini clips, I wanted to hang as many embellishments as I could. First I cut out a title with my Silhouette. Usually I prefer white backgrounds, but this time I chose the grey one because I wanted the title can pop out. Before placing my title I added some gold spatters to give a little dynamism to my layout. When found the perfect place for my title and for the photo, I gathered all my small embellishments from Felicity Jane Studio, and placed them around, and on the title. I think it is turned out wide and free, isn´t it? Love, P.J.
Today I am up on Like For Ever Blog with a veeeeeeeeeery girly page! My daughter has lost her first baby tooth. I don’t know why but baby teeth always remind me of diamonds. This idea was the staring point for this layout. The layout I created with January’s Woodland Kit. I say ‘girly’ because the layout uses sequins, Hazelwood stickers, ephemera Butterfies and some diamonds (faux of course). If you’re curious about how it was made, please pop on over to the Like For Ever blog! Love, P.J.
Today I share an easy and fun design whit you. This layout I made without any journaling, just to document how big my little girl is getting. I used Felicity Jane’s papers and my Cameo as always. I hope you will enjoy the video: With this layout I participate in Jot Magazine’s October Challenge: Love, P.J.
I read somewhere that Vincent Van Gogh used to eat yellow paint because he thought that it would get the happiness inside of him. Although I adore the maestro, I hope my children will never need to do this. This layout I made for Jot Magazine’s July Mood Board Challenge: Thank you Kim for the inspiration! Special thanks to SOADYART for the lemons. Love, P.J.
I’m so happy and proud to be the winner of Cocoloko’s May challenge. Look at all these goodies I’ve received! And more! I´m the guest designer in July. As I mentioned before I made two “defiance” layout for my children. This second one I created to my daughter in neon style , with bright, vivid colors for the July challenge of Cocoloko. I used Felicity Jane Kits and Wilna’s cutfile, as always. Something else is coming soon….;-) Love, P.J.
(dɪˈfaɪ əns) n. 1. a bold resistance to authority or to any opposing force. 2. a challenge, as to meet in combat. Idioms: in defiance of, despite; notwithstanding. [1250–1300; Middle English < Old French, =defi(er) to defy + -ance -ance] Random House Kernerman Webster’s College Dictionary, © 2010 K Dictionaries Ltd. Copyright 2005, 1997, 1991 by Random House, Inc. All rights reserved. I love this definition, because for me defiance is much more than a bold resistance to authority. If only it were that simple … I made two “defiance” layout for my children. Here I show you the one I cteated for my son. My daughter’s layout will be a little surpise, my international debute as a guest designer. Yuppppiiiiiieeeeee! I’m so Excited! This layout was inspired by Lauren’s mood board. Jot Magazine. Love, P.J.
This is my all time favorite photo about Tamara and me, and at the moment this is my all time favorite layout about us. I used Felicity Jane Kits. Y como soy una loca por el scrap, participo en el reto mensual de Cocoloko.es. Love, P.J.
Sometime you just receive your new kit and you have to create! That was the case with this layout inspired by Wilna.