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.
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.
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.
It happens to me sometimes that I am in the for creating, but I have no inspiration. In these occasions what most help me are the blogs of decoration or art, where I always find something that raises my spirit. That has happened with this photo, where my daughter is preparing a “perfume of lilacs”. Browsing on the internet I found this beautiful package on Oh So Pretty.com, and I decided to use the image as a scketch of my layout. After having found this image I just had to follow “the recipe”, the page came together very easily: Love P.J.
This year I have started something new, I hurtle into Project Life. As I am not a very systematic person, I was always afraid to start doing PL. Hence I have decided to do something light, I only document if something important happens in our life in a 6×8 format. our excursions: museum programs with children’s friends: about our project to find a cottage: and birthdays of course: I use Becky Higgins Project Life 6×8 album and page protectors, the inserts and embellishments are from Felicity Jane Studio. Love, P.J.
I killed all my 2016 Felicity Jane Studio’s kits. 😀 Love, P.J.
I try to finish my stash, so I made this very simple layout from the scraps I have left, combining with the beautiful Foliage cut files from Felicity Jane Studio. Love, P.J.
I have caught the Christmas-fever early on this year and I was in the mood for make some Christmas cards. The Christmas paper collection I ordered has not arrived yet, thus I decided to use my scraps and left overs from other collections. I hope you will enjoy the video: Love, P.J.
Usually I try to be fair with my children. Last time I made a layout to my daughter about growing with a beautiful text of a Hungarian poet: Zseni Vánai. Now I have created an other one to my son with the same text. I used Felicity Jane Studio´s papers and embellishments. I also put this Dear Lizzy beaded strand, I am crazy for this strands, they are totally cool! Finally I add some whimsical sewing to underline the title. The cut file I used you can find in the following video. It was early evening by the time I finished this video, so sorry for the lack of light! Con este layout participo en el reto de noviembre de 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.