All posts tagged: scrapbook layout

Igor 6, Pink and Paper Shop Design Team Post

This page was inspired by comics. First I prepared American Crafts Smooth White Cradstock and I selected from Kaisercraft Hide and Seek 12×12 Paperpad the sheets I wanted to use. After I fussy cut the speech bubble elements. When I finished compiling the bubble I started decorating my page with Kaisercraft Hide and Seek Ephemera. I separeted and lifted the different layers with American Crafts Sticky Thumb Dimensional Foam Dots. Love, P.J.

Simple & Sweet, Pink and Paper Shop Design Team Post

As the basis of my sheet I chose Pinkfresh Studio Simple & Sweet Sweet Life paper. I also loved the Splendid paper, so I fussy cut all the circles and I layered down on my sheet. After that, I placed my photo and I added my text. To complement my sheet I added Pinkfresh Studio Simple & Sweet Epoxy Stickers as well as a flower bouquet from the Ephemera Pack. Finally I added the Golden Puffy Phrases from the collection, and some black splatters with Altenew Jet Black Ink Spray. Love, P.J.

Summer Joy, Pink and Paper Shop Design Team Post

The ones I like most in this collection are the pretty details. The edges sewn with gold, the pretty little flowers, hearts and of course the fabric diecuts. As a base of my layout I have chosen Pinkfresh Studio Simple & Sweet Happy Life 12×12 paper. Once I placed my photo, I started to embellish the page. Ephemeras are always and for ever my favorite ornaments, so I used as much as I can on the layout. Have you seen  these golden Pinkfresh Studio Simple & Sweet Puffy Phrases and the Epoxy Stickers? Obviously they should have a place on my sheet, same as the Pinkfresh Studio Sweet & Simple Fabric Die Cuts. Love, P.J.

Summer Vibes, Pink Paper Shop Design Team Post

I would like to make a very simple, almost geometric layout. What I like in Auburn Lane collection is that although the earth colors evoke the autumn seasons, because of the rose and the fresh green patterns you can also use it on your spring or summer pages. First I took one of American Crafts White Smooth Cardstock and printed out the letter frame with my Cameo3. Then I began to compose three groups of ornaments within the framework using Pink Paislee Auburn Lane Die Cuts, Auburn Lane Stickers and Mixed Embellishments. Once I placed my photo I added some back ink splashes and, my absolute favorite item from the collection, Pink Paislee Auburn Lane Rub-Ons. Love, P.J.

Csoki, Pink and Paper Design Team Post

Today I like  to share with you an other 12×12 scrapbook layout, this time from the sophisticated Auburn Lane collection. I cut out my title with my Cameo3, I liked to create a “background title”, after I find the place of my photo, it was time to embellish my page. First I created the central cluster with Pink Paislee Auburn Lane Wood Veneer Framesand Pink Paislee Die Cuts. I finished my cluster off some fussy cuted  flowers from Pink Paislee Auburn Lane Vellum Paper. I finished my cluster off some fussy cuted  flowers from Pink Paislee Auburn Lane Vellum Paper. Finally I added Pink Paislee Auburn Lane Rub-ons and Mixed Embellishments from the same collection. Love, P.J.

Shine Bright, Pink and Paper Design Team Post

Today I am here with you with a new scarpbook layout using the gorgeous Pebbles Patio Party Collection. I sarted this layout by trimming down my background paper from American Crafts 12×12 Smooth White Cardstock. Next I composed and printed out the title text with my Cameo3, using black Silhouette Sketch Pen. So, once my title was done, I placed my photo I and I layered some designer paper strips of coordinated papers from Pebbles Patio Party 12×12 Paper Pad on the bottom of my page. As a final touch I fussy cut some funny lemons and I completed my layout using Pebbles Patio Party Emphemera elements. Love, P.J.    

Wonderful 8

My beautiful daughter turned 8. I liked to make a layout as colorful as her personality that’s why I had chosen Pink Paislee’s Pick Me Up collection. Con este proyecto participo en el reto IntheScrap. Love, P.J.

Book love

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.

Tesótitok, Pink and Paper Design Team post

For this scrapbook layout using the irresistible Wild Child collection from Pink Paislee. The layout was inspired by the Hungarian Christmas candy: szaloncukor. I started my layout by trimming down an 8,5 x 11 inch background paper from American Crafts White Cardstock. Next I chose Pink Paislee Wild Child 12×12 Paper 8 and I trimmed a piece of it. I cut the strips following the design of Pink Paislee Wild Child 12×12 Paper 8 and I curled them up.  I glued down the designer paper on the top of my background without sticking the strips. After finding the right place of my photo, I cut out the title with my new Cameo 3 (wohooo!), and placed them above the Pink Paislee Wild Child 12×12 Paper 8. I made some tinsels from gold string to get a more fluffy, Christmas candy look, and I put them under some paper strip. Finally I created a long embellishment using  Pink Paislee Wild Child Ephemera Pack,  My Mind´s Eye Blush Enamel Dots and some ribbons I have left. To balance the page I added a strip of Pink Paislee Wild Child Ephemeras on …

Happy Snow Days

I found some unscraped winter photos from last year. How could this happen? Immediate intervention was required. I was sure that I would like to use the Brrrr paper from American Crafts Sweater Weather collection as a background of my layout, and the cutfile that I made of Echo Park Snowflake (Design ID #23132) and Sophie Gallo (Design ID #66600). Finally I added some cute deatils from American Crafts Sweater Weather Ephemera Pack and the golden title. With this layout I participate in Pink and Paper Shop November Challenge. Love, P.J.