This weeks focus was not only on some bright fresh colours but tiny type lettering. Why not hop over to CCG and check out what all the Design Team members did.
I decided to not only do a layout but I would throw in a card as well. I don't usually make cards, seems such a waste if they are thrown in the bin. I staggered the letters and I decided to go with a film strip to mimick looking into the bowls, something like that anyway.
Products used - White bazzill cardstock, Matha Steward doiley punch, Kaiser Dress form & flower, Fancy Pants buttons, Basic Grey Alphas and Tim Holts die cut.
My Layout this week is of my Niece, I very rarley get to see her so it was nice to spend my Christmas with her since, ummmm never have I had that opportunity in the picture she is 17.
I decided to go with a black background to make the colours look that much brighter, I used papers from Cosmo Cricket Upcycle range, and the leaves are left over paper that I cut the red flowers from in my last CCG layout from Pink Paislee fascinating paper. I used PP house of 3 fibre and tiny stickers from Lime Twist MME. Other bits are are left overs found in my stash.
Thanks for looking and for any comments you may leave. Hope to see over at CCG.
Love the color combo... hmmm I might give a go.... Both layout and card are STUNNING...TFS Fi.... hugs...xoxoReplyDelete
VERY VERY beautiful and I'm loving your fascination with black backgrounds... TREMENDOUS!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous layout and card Fi, love the dress form die cut, in the middle of using one of them at the moment, love them. Your layout design is lovely like that you used up bits and pieces from your stash, have a fab weekend xReplyDelete
So beautiful, Fi! The bright colors are so striking against the black background. Love the butterflies carrying the caption. Gorgeous design, both card and layout. Love the new clean look of your blog!ReplyDelete
Both your card and layout are amazing! I love the way the bright colours pop off your black background, and the fibre, letter stickers and butterflies at the top of the page is truly fabulous. The design of your card is so beautiful and I love the way you have altered the dress form.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous work again Fi. And I love your card. The film strip idea is very clever.ReplyDelete
I also love the trick of adding black to make all else pop. You make it all look so beautiful!
So happy you made the team!
That banner is so innovative, continuing on your black background phase I am loving the "look" I know what you mean about cards, but seeing this example of your cardmaking skills I can't wait til my birthday *wink* TxReplyDelete