Hey there. Elizabeth here with my final Paper Camellia blog post. I'm so sorry to see PC go, so I decided to finish big. These huge gold Crate Paper letters rock my world. I wanted them to be the showcase of a couple of projects. Here's what I came up with...
Raise your hand if you're obsessed with this triangle patterned paper! I cut it up and pieced it back together allowing enough room for stitching in between.
Big letters + a long word means a small photo is in order...
It was awesome being on the Paper Camellia design team. I loved seeing all of your projects in the gallery, and your creativity with the kits. Hopefully I'll see you all around the scrapbooking community!
Hey everyone, when I saw the sketch for this month I knew exactly what I wanted to do with it. The large letters were the perfect touch for my sweet boy's LARGE personality. Here's the layout I created.
Here are some closeups. Again, Ria picked the perfect embellishments for this great kit.
The embellishments really make the page, don't they? Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today!
Hi everyone, I wanted to share the layout I created using the December Main kit. These kits are definitely some of my favorites, and I loved the page I created of my son's selfies he posted to my phone.
Here are some closeups.
I love the fun colors in this kit, along with the great embellishments. Thanks for visiting the blog today!
Morning Paper Camellia Friends. Who says diamonds can't be a boys best friend? More like a baseball diamond! The Diamond ephemera by Jen Hadfield worked perfectly on this Game Ball layout! Let's take a look!
See! It goes with my theme perfectly! You will find this ephemera along with several other pieces in the Embellishment Add-on kit that matches the Main Scrapbooking kit perfectly.
Hello, it’s Veera here today to show you a layout I made with November’s main scrapbook kit. This layout is all about flowers and paper strips!
I sort of cheated a bit with this layout. I didn’t want to measure and cut the paper strips on a right angle as at least for me it would have taken too much time. My solution was that I cut just cut regular paper strips of the papers and placed them in an angle to the white cardstock. Then I trimmed the cardstock slightly to even the edges. So the layout isn’t a true 12x12, but slightly smaller. I don’t mind that the layout is a bit smaller but if this is something that bothers you, you can either mat the whole layout to another pattern paper or cardstock (or not cheat and cut the paper in angle from the start).
I really love how this layout turned out! I hope you are enjoying you November kits as much as I am!