Today I have a new project up on the BasicGrey blog using the Herbs & Honey collection. I know that sometimes people shy away from purchasing a themed collection like this, but rest assured you will find plenty of reasons to use these cute papers! (Wouldn’t they make an adorable Recipe Album?)
Infact, I used these garden-inspired products with photos of my daughter in a Cowgirl costume. See?! Just use them for what you want. The colors and textures are the most important thing!
DADDY DAUGHTER DATE
For my assignment, I was challenged to find an image on Pinterest and use them along with the Herbs & Honey Bottlecap Stickers (arent’ they cute?!). I have always been inspired by wedding cakes, and was drawn to this quilted diamond patterned cake with the studs adorning the points of each of the diamonds and thought it would be a really fun idea to use with the tiny bottlecaps.
Link to Pinterest Pin | Direct Link to Photo
I used the my Silhouette Cameo electronic die cutter to cut several diamond shapes from the Herbs & Honey 6 x 6 paper pad and then arranged them in a random order on my background. Then, to mimick the studs, I placed the small bottlecap stickers on each point. LOVE!
I created the title by layering together two colors of the tiny Alphabet Stickers (love that you get so many colors on one sheet), and paired them with the Kraft with White Print Chipboard Alphabet Letters. My vertical photo is adhered to one of the Printed Kraft Bags. My journaling is added to one of the Snippets and accented with an Element Sticker and a couple more Bottlecap Stickers.
Finally, I added a die cut tab to the top of my vertical photo and a couple of the transparency borders underneath my title (both from the Die Cuts & Transparencies pack).
Sadly, this is my last page for the BasicGrey Design Team. I have LOVED working with their collections and being a part of such a talented team for the past two years. I will miss them, and will always be a fan of their amazing collections. Blowing kisses their way! Thank you for the fun ride!
Have a great day!
I’m up on the BasicGrey blog today with a new scrapbook page featuring BasicGrey cut files (available in the Silhouette store) and a cut file created by me! This is the first time I have created a cut file and I had a lot of fun doing it.
Other Supplies: Sewing Machine and black thread, White cotton string, Scissors, Trimmer, Adhesive, Foam Squares, Silhouette Cameo Electronic Die Cutting Machine, Embossing Machine & Folder
The rainbow, banner shapes and icons decorating the balloons are BasicGrey shapes that are available in the Silhouette online store. The handwritten “Birthday” word and the balloons are cut files that you can download at THIS POST on the BasicGrey Blog or by clicking the icon below.
I love titles with mixed fonts and thought it would be fun to use my own handwriting in this title. I wrote the word “Birthday” on a sheet of paper several times using a black marker and then scanned it to create the svg cut file. It was fun! And I hope to make more in the near future.
Thanks for coming by! Have a great day!
Good ol’ planking! I can’t help but think of this episode of The Office. Cracks me up!
Well, my son hopped on the planking trend back in the day and we had fun taking a bunch of goofy pictures of him planking all over the park. I love that kid!😀
BasicGrey Mon Ami collection: Nuage paper, Partir paper, Bonjour paper, Bicyclette paper, Element Stickers, Title Stickers, BasicGrey Herbs & Honey Alphabet Stickers
Other: Cardstock, Kraft photo corners, Buttons, White cotton String, Trimmer, Adhesive, Computer & printer, Tiny paper clips (Tim Holtz), Silhouette Cameo (for title letters)
Today, I also have a new project up on the 3 Birds Design Blog. I created some cute gift packaging using my Silhouette Cameo. I hope you’ll come by to see the full project.
Happy Spring, Friends!
The BasicGrey Fresh Cut collection is perfect to scrapbook your Easter memories. Yesterday, I shared a two-pager with you using this collection, and today I have a single page layout to share featuring a few silly snapshots of my daughter on Easter morning with a rabbit sucker in her mouth. Ha!
Again, I used a Scrapbook Generation sketch to get me started on this page, but then added in a few more layers and changed up the elements to fit my style.
BasicGrey Fresh Cut Collection: Poppy Lane paper, Peony District paper, Tulip Field Paper, Gardenia Row paper, Violet Garden paper, Element Stickers, Snippets, Waterfall Theme Pack, Printed Chipboard Alpha
SVG Cuts: April Avenue SVG Collection (bunny)
Other: Cardstock, Sewing Machine & Thread, Black Pearl stickers, Buttons, White cotton string, Trimmer, Adhesive
I’ve used this cute bunny cut by SVG Cuts before (see page here). I love the April Avenue cut files. So many cute bunnies and shapes! This time, I folded down the bunny’s ears and added a flower to one of the ears to make it a girl bunny.
Thanks for stopping in today! See you again soon!