Monday, February 14, 2011

Details . . .

Becky always has an amazing eye for mixing colors and patterns in her hand-cut titles. This month she threw in a brad for an "O" for added dimension and detail.

I love how Danielle is inspired by product. This month she used the vintage memo paper from the add-on kit as the base for this delightful thank you card.

Wilna is just a master with neutrals. This month she's collaged a variety of neutral elements for her background then add fun whimsical bits on top for a classic Wilna look.

Lining elements up all in a row is a great way to spotlight them and it makes a great design element as well as Ranjini shows us here with a row of brads.

We see lots of homespun elements on Michelle's layouts, like here with the lovely bow, trailng threads, brads in buttonholes, tiny stitches, and always a touch of distressing.

Lisa demonstrates that a touch of Malted Milk Paint Dabber adds a great deal of depth to a white cardstock title.
This is such a sweet look that Kerry Lynn has created here with the layered buttons and brads in the heart shape.

Keisha is the queen of vellum. I think she has single-handedly made it all the rage again. I know I find myself reaching for it more and more often lately.

This is a gorgeous look that Jill is creating each month with her tiny bits on bingo cards in her monthly "Savor" mini-album. This would also be a great trick to try for this months Sunday Star challenge!

The letter stickers in this month's papercrafting kit are perfect for altering. Dina loves to do this with sharpies. It's a fun way to get more variety from your alphas.

Product doesn't have to be left as is. Make it work for your purposes as Celeste has done here by trimming out the boys from one of the number flashcards and popdotting them on this layout about her two sons.

What a lovely vintage feel that Betsy has created here by overlaying the vintage sewing pattern paper over regular patterned paper on her bunting. It gives the paper such a nice faded appeal.

You can also ruffle that same vintage sewing paper as I did here. There are so many creative options with this stuff!
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