Mar 26, 2010

Super Stud March Monthly Pack

With the very quick sales of the March Monthly Pack well and truly gone, we patiently await the arrival of the top up packs.  Once these arrive they will be promptly posted out to those that have already paid for them.  The remainder will be put on the shelf in the shop.  This will run very close to the release of the April Monthly Pack, but none the less, people have been asking for it and we will make sure we get it done for you!

Just so you can see what the girls have been busy doing, I have uploaded a few layouts showing the diversity of the Super Stud range.  Firstly we take a look at some layouts already completed from Roz, Sandie,  Jacqui and Anthea.  All a bit different, and good to see the way we all apply the patterned papers. I'm liking your creativity too.  Thanks girls.

Roz Langridge

Now look closely at this one Roz has done...... when I asked her if it was a grandson she said "No, that's my son!"  She couldn't go past using this photo of her son in his space gear, taken all those years ago.  Great effort Roz.

Sandie Spalding
Sandie has used a photo of her son Zac, a well known Scrapville creator of pictures,  playing with some very nifty looking robots.  The puffy orange fellow was created by her daughter Eliza, so this really was a hands on creation!  Well done team Spalding!

Jacqui Haysom
Jacqui has taken some photos of her son playing with an enormous rocket, staggering them diagonally down the page.  The blast of stars and colour in the corner looks really effective. He looks like he's having a great time too!

Anthea English
Anthea has used a photo of Matthew and his dad hangin'.  I like the style of this layout, clean cut and a real mix of the patterned papers.  The puffy orange dots look really effective on the scallops too.  Nice work.

Thanks for sharing your Monthly Packs girls.


1 comment:

Melinda Spinks said...

Roz, how darn clever is that rocket and I think your use of the eyelets across the bottom is fabulous!

Sandie, your son's robot shirt matches the papers brilliantly and I just love that little robot made from the puffy orange thickers!

Jacqui, is that denim you've used across your layout and with the star, too darn groovy for words!

Anthea, just wonderful, I love the symmetrical structure to your layout and the puffy thicker dots across your scollop border looks awesome!