Another six months has flown by and it is time to say a fond farewell to the current Design Team. Before I say goodbye, I have to show you the last several projects that came in while we were busy getting things ready for the event in Oak Ridge! They are too beautiful to not show off!
Rachel Steiner brought in Disney pages!!
She used parts of the Say Cheese and Say Cheese II paper kits. Have you seen these kits and embellishments? They are perfect for Disney, but the bold patterns would be fun for any page. I love that she did a good mix of family photos and attraction photos. These pages are full of little details...pop up tiles, journaling, banners and flags, stickers, cut-outs...What wonderful memories!
Rachel had a couple more pages I want to show you:
I love this page made with the Simple Stories “So Fancy”. (Okay, I love them all, because this line is just gorgeous!). Rachel’s style is perfectly shown here...little pieces of tags, stickers, bling, hand drawn elements. Another perfect page.
Look at these adorable librarians! “Teacher’s Pet” by Echo Park was put to fun use with this memorable visit to work. I really like the way Rachel grouped the photos in the center, and put fun embellishments on the photos to help the eye move around the page.
Kate Russell also has a few last layouts to share!
Oh! This page is so soft and pretty! This is Jillibean “Summer Red Raspberry Soup” paper and cut-aparts. I love it! If you are thinking…”Where is that paper?!” We hid it in the back room by the Copics and pens...take a look at it! I love the pearls on the page, they keep the page from being plain, and add to the softness of a magical moment.
This very interesting page is all about Kiwi Lane and their plastic border and shape pieces. Kiwi...what? They are themed templates that you can play around with until you get a design you like, then add paper! The shapes are meant to be traced and hand cut, but you can do all your designing with pieces of plastic! Kate put those to good use with Authentique “Nestled” papers. I love the interest that comes from the patterned papers and wavy lines. Thank You Kate for showing us how it’s done!
Well, it is time to say goodbye to one team and hello to another...tomorrow! I’ll do it tomorrow!