Jul 11, 2011

July Monthly Pack Layouts

Hi Everyone, time to share a few more projects from the wonderful Graphic45 Monthly Pack.  There's lots happening with this one, and the girls have come up with some great layouts, cards and a couple of Off the Page photo frames for something a bit different.
 Once Upon a Time by Michelle Rogers (CT)
As you can see from Michelle's layout, she has done lots and lots of fussy cutting and layering, and this paper range is just perfect for that. 
 Incorporating the layout as a game to find all the hidden photos of Amy is a great idea.
 Detail in the bunnies and the distressed edging.
 Detail in the fussing cutting of the fairies and the flora is very intricate.
 Dare to Dream by Jennie Seal
Jennie has cut away the top half of the patterned paper to insert a plain background that brings your focus onto the photos of the girls.  How perfect is that blue in their dancing outfits?
 Fussy cutting and layering the fairies and their wings.
 Fairies (at the bottom of the garden..) by Heather Bensley (CT)
Yes, he really is looking at that fairy!  Using a contrasting background has given this layout more focus on the little man and the clusters of embellishing.
Heather has also used the chocolate webbing to define the edges of the frame, and distressed the patterned paper to blend in with the borders.
The torn edges are perfect for hiding fairies, and the layered flower blends with the paper so well.  A closer look will highlight the latte coloured leaves shaped from the additional trims in the pack.  The pearl buttons sit nicely too.
Using the MS Eyelet Edge punch on the above papers with a bit of inking suits the theme of the layout, along with the little tears and rolls on the edges.

Well I hope you have been inspired by the layouts the girls have done, There is lots you can do with this one.  I will have more to share tomorrow - so keep posted!


1 comment:

Sam said...

WOW!!! I am loving what everyone has done with these adorable papers. The fine details, glitter all the fussy cutting and layers simply look stunning, the papers really do help tell a story and are soooo much fun to play with, who could resist he,he,he :)