Hello everyone, I have a few more layouts to share with you from the January Monthly Pack Challenge. Also just a reminder that the WINNER of the January Pack will receive an i-Rock Pack, so get those layouts in!
First up I would like to share a layout from our newest Creative Team Member. Sam has worked with the red & white striped paper for a contrast to the orange, white and blue. It has a nice balance to it, and I like her use of colours. An interesting detail is the way Sam has simply stitched over the grid lines on the paper with thick red thread, adding more depth. You will need a second look to pick this up! Sam has incorporated the orange hessian into the layout with her i-Top by covering a couple of brads, staggered with some blue bling brads.
Boys will be Boys by Sam Epps (Guest CT)
Detail of Sam's stitching and layering.
The next layout has bunting sewn across the top part of the page, a nicely shaped bracket and strips of patterned papers, all used to frame the central photos. This seems to draw the eye to the open space. The hessian is layered beneath the plane, which works well. A nice and neat layout.Christmas Night by Fiona Tuckwell
Next we have a layout from Roz who has done a bit of fussy cutting to outline the little man in the sandpit. Also very neat that she managed to line the pool up as well! The hessian has been used layered under the photo frame, as has the orange c/s behind the title cutout. The cut out buttons also add a bit of 3D when mounted up in the background.Little Boy by Roz Langridge
This layout has a bit of punching, painting, Dimensional Magic, doodling, inking, distressing and layering. The large alpha's are hand drawn and cut, the Mini Alpha's are small tiles. The hessian is layered on the "a" beneath the star, and strands are threaded through the top of the tiles.Kinder by Janet Watt (CT)
Don't forget, the WINNER of the January Pack will receive an i-Rock Pack, so get those layouts in before the end of January will be here before we know it!