Play Together by Nikki Antonello (CT)
Below you can see detail of the alpha beans (stickers). How nicely do they stand out with a little stitching doodle around the edges.
The branches look so effective with the brown webbing overlaying the cardstock.
I just love these rolled flowers, and the full shaped leaves give body with the slight mounting in the centres.
Clouds are such a big thing at the moment as well, and these little beauties are no exception! Nicely shaped Mulberry Paper and coordinating patterned paper, edged nicely with some doodling, and a nice central focus with the decorative pin. Thanks Nikki.
Here is one to catch your eye. Most of the embellishments were made by hand using bits and pieces from the pack (as you should...), and I'm just loving how Judy has put her Mermaid together. She has made good use of the Mulberry Paper and webbing, with a bit of paper shaping and a nice effect with the MS Fan punch replicating a shell. Judy has chosen to combine the Vanilla and Kraft cardstock with the blues and oranges from within the pack for a beach theme.
Grace's Mermaid by Judy Laracy
Regional Cross-Country Carnival by Kat Farrer.
A nice alternative here with Kat focusing on the greens and organges in her layout. What also works really well is the combination of multi photos, offset with staggered edges to soften the lines and give the effect of depth in the layering.
OTP - My Scrap Space wall hanging by Kat Farrer.
You need to get up close and personal with this one - it just looks gorgeous! Layered onto the chipboard with those lovely alphas and colours, this really is lovely. This will most certainly be proudly displayed in Kat's Scrap Space (.....when I give it back!)
Thanks for sharing girls, it really is exciting to see what you are creating each month. I'm looking forward to sharing more with you soon.