We have pinned SO many beautiful layouts and cards to our Pinterest boards. You could say we are obsessed!
It was high time to put these pins to use, so our designers used them as inspiration for today's assignments.
Today Anam,Jana,and Danni are here to share some pinterest inspired layouts and cards. Enjoy!
Designer: Jana Eubank
Supplies: On The Sunny Side-Happy Go Lucky patterned paper,Sweet Chevron patterned paper, Simple Stripe patterned paper, In Bloom patterned paper, Flutter patterned paper, 6x6 paper pad,12x12 chipboard,layered stickers,accessories sheet;Good Day Sunshine (Girl)-Head in the Clouds patterned paper;Miss Caroline(Dolled Up)-stamps;Misc-cardstock,rhinestones,green letter stickers,cricut,cartridges, trimmer,scissors,ink,pen,acrylic block,adhesives
Thoughts from Jana:
The first thing that attracted me to Aphra's page was the layout of the photos with the three photos stacked on top of each other along with one larger photo. I love using wallet size photos on my pages and I am always looking for new compositions where I can incorporate multiple photos.
I kept the same general layout as Aphra's page, but moved my title underneath the photos and added the row of chipboard houses to the lower left corner. I adhered the houses from the Layered Stickers on top of the smaller houses in the chipboard piece to add variety.
A few chipboard flowers with rhinestones also add a bit of fun. The title block and word "Village" were cut using a die cut machine. I embossed the letters for more texture before adding them to my page.
A couple of the butterflies are from the chipboard and accessories sheets, but the rest have been handcut out of the Flutter paper. I love handcutting elements from patterned paper! I get a lot of bang for my buck that way.
Finally, I added journaling to the left of my photos and used Miss Caroline stamps to add the place and date to the lower right hand corner of my page.
Designer: Anam Stubbington
Supplies: On the Sunny Side-Parade patterned paper,Sweet Chevron patterned paper,Happy Go Lucky patterned paper,Playdate patterned paper,12x12 chipboard,layered stickers;adhesive jewels,heart punch
Thoughts from Anam:
I went with the very happy feeling of the On the Sunny Side release to play up the emotional feeling I wanted from the photograph – hence the photograph being in black and white.
I went with the punch ‘waste’ strips from Alek’s layout and combined it with the set of 3 tags/shapes from Lynn’s layout along with the yellow/B&W photo combo.
Instructions:Cut strips slightly wider than your punched shape and proceed to punch out shapes from the strips. Adhere gently to page – I sewed through the middle to add some extra dimension.
I worked it so the hearts on the right hand side lined up. I then added the upright strip – I put sewn zigzag edges on it for an extra touch. I then added the chipboard trim and the 3 tags which I hand cut.
I added the three large hearts and the chipboard. I arranged the bird piece to cover the bird on the chipboard title. I then added a banner from the brad pack and added my Title word on top of it.
The final touches are the little chipboard flowers and some jewels along with the layered butterfly sticker.
Designer: Danni Reid
Supplies:Indie Chic-designer tape,ginger layered stickers,buttons;Misc-twine
Thoughts from Danni:
There are so many creations that inspire me on our Pinterest page, it was really hard to choose just one to share. I finally decided on this card from the incredibly talented, Tracie Claiborne. I was instantly inspired by the incredible design and kept coming back to it as I was perusing the gorgeous creations. One of my favorite things about MME papers are the beautiful assortment of patterns in each line. It makes creating with them so easy and the end result, as you can see by her card, so beautiful!
Thanks so much for stopping by today guys- hope you have a beautiful and blessed weekend!