Jan 18, 2012

More Krafty Layouts

Hi Everyone, I have more Krafty Layouts from the January Fun Day Pack to share with you all.  Just loving what everyone is doing with Fun Day, and very excited to see all these wonderful layouts coming in.
Hey Buddy by Anita Bownds (CT)
Anita has used a Fiskars Apron Lace border punch to shape the white cardstock, and doodled on the edges using a  Copic Multiliner.  The daisy flower was punched out of the Kraft PP's using a Fiskars Heidi Grace Medium  Palm Punch, with an added bling to the centre.  And isn't Buddy's colouring just gorgeous?  He looks very comfortable perched up there!

Anita has also made the leaves from Kraft PP, and used a template to trace and cut the large daisy from another Kraft PP.  The spattering of Paint in white and blue breaks up the black background.  The cluster looks very effective, and the use of colour against the Kraft works well.  Great page Anita.
1941 by Beth Metcalf
Beth has used a photo of her mother as a toddler as a focus for her layout, and such a beautiful photo too.  This pack really lends itself to a variety of themes, suiting this layout perfectly, yet also worked against Anita's bright contrasts above they give off a different effect.  I think Beth's use of a heritage theme has worked well, with the burnt tag and text paper, crumpled and folded, just enough.  A bit of bling in the black lace trim and the bright red paper rose are also a nice touch.

Well done girls, so excited to see what else comes in!



Deb said...

Gorgeous layouts both are. Anita, love your splatters, and that fabby border punch. Beth, your layout is sensational - love the bling on the lace, well done

Deb ♥

Anita Bownds said...

fantastic scrap page Beth..

Claire said...

Your doodling looks great Anita, especially along your lace border - it really makes it pop. What a gorgeous photo to scrapbook Beth. Your distressing looks wonderful on the dictionary paper. Love that vintage look!

Sal said...

great colour combination Anita. I will definitely give that one a try! Beautiful LO Beth, I love the bling/lace combination.