Marion Smith's "Junque Gypsy" collection of papers was used for this layout. I added some tickets from Tim Holtz and some wooden embellishments from Prima's Time Traveller's Memories.
I used the Kaisercraft Collection "Time Machine" for this layout. It was so easy to add some of the Ephemera that came with the collection. I also used the Tim Holtz Thinlets "Adventure Words" and "Friendship Words" for the title.
I used the G45 Collection "Gilded Lily" for this layout showing photos of two of my nieces. I chose these papers simply because they highlighted the beautiful colour of my niece, Jamie's dress.
This was a kit that I made using a variety of paper lines. I used the Double Dot paper from Bo Bunny, the Chevron paper from Marion Smith's "Garment District" and a paper from Graphic 45 "Botanical Tea" collection. I wanted to show that you don't have to be relegated to one paper collection when you are designing a layout. I also added some twine and some butterflies that I punched out with a Martha Stewart butterfly punch.
In this layout, I wanted to show that you can use background papers as your mats. I did some fussy cutting to create some of the embellishments and added a title that I created using my Silhouette machine.
This layout was created using an older line from Marion Smith called "Garment District". The lattice panel was from a Trellis design from Spellbinders. I also fancy cut some of the elements from the papers to add as embellishments.
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