Welcome back to April’s Project Parade! The first part of the parade can be found here. As a reminder this months parade is all about the beautiful flowers that are around us. Lets check out some more of the wonderful projects the polly’s have created to inspire you!
Trista created a hybrid pocket page with journal cards from Dwell as well as the images from Pinwheels and Butteflies. She says, “Even a printer mishap (running out of ink) can be fixed with a little creative thinking. Use matching inks to add color to an image to rescue a project and keep you from wasting paper.”
Ellen used these two products for a beautiful digi layout. She explained how she created her fun clusters using the template. “I replaced the top flower cluster with clouds, sun & the kite. The bottom cluster was replaced with the flowering tree. Instead of the doily, I used the stitched grid from the kit.”
Rolling right along we have Lemonade Stand by Mommyish.
Susanne wowed us by creating a booklet for her Gillio Giramondo. She tells us, “It was so much fun to use the different elements and paper patterns! For the inside I used a paper with lines and I placed a little lemon sticker on the bottom of each page. I also print and cut some elements to put into the credit card slots, I like how this looks.”
Up next is Little Bunny by Allison Pennington.
Trista shows us how to use bold patterned paper with a digital format. Trista says, “When I saw the beautifully bold flower paper, it immediate reminded me of a dress that my daughter wore on a perfect spring day during a not so perfect photo shoot. She just would not stop squinting her eyes. Since the paper was such a perfect match, I decided to embrace the imperfections in the photos and scatter a series of them around the page.”
Dalis created this beautiful layout using these products. Her layering of papers and leaves added great depth and texture to her layout.
Sarah whipped up another great planner spread. She tells us, “Even though the color schemes of the two kits aren’t a perfect match they were close enough! I was able to combine the two kits and create a cohesive memory planner spread. ”
Bloomin’ Fiesta by Kim Jensen grabs our attention next on the parade route.
The parade continues with Metamorphosis Papers and Metamorphosis Elements by Amber LaBau.
Jewelle created a sticker and washi kit for her planner. She explains, “My planner is a different size than others, which makes it difficult to find stickers that will fit it. To solve my problem I’ve started using some of my favorite digi papers and elements as stickers and washi. I love customizing the size to fit my needs and that everything is already coordinating. I’m able to finish my monthly spreads quickly suing these kits!”
Anne inspired us with this stunning layout she made using these products. She relates, “My aunt turned 85 today, and she is worth a ton of flowers to me! Making a bouquet of flowers is so much fun with Danyale’s kit. I played with a lot of these papers, clipping them to have torn edges and blending them together! ”
Thank you for following along with the parade. Stay tuned next month for another project parade!