Looking for more ideas…lucky for you…our design team just keeps coming up with them. Here are some for you to use as inspiration, motivation…or even to generate some of that famous competitive spirit that can sometimes result in the best projects of all!
This is the Hello My Name Is 12×12 layout by Amy Heller:
Notice how much some zig zag stitching can add to a page in this closeup.
And you’ll see in this closeup the extra emphasis you can add to a page with: layering, photo cropping, and journaling with colored alpha tiles (they’re not strictly for titles, you know!)
This is the My Scholar 12×12 layout by Amy Heller:
In this closeup you can see just how varied the papers are that Amy used for her layering…
And in this closeup you’ll notice that Amy created a banner across the top of the page…I thought it was a good example of a fabulous banner for strictly decorative purposes. The title is elsewhere on the page.
This is the Snow Patrol 12×12 layout by Amy Heller:
In this closeup you’ll see one of Amy’s carefully constructed embellishment clusters. It’s a great way to accent a page as well as show off some of your fabulous vintage extras from your kit. Amy’s becoming known for them here at Little Black Dress kit club!
This is the Gifts 12×12 layout by Francine Clouden. I’m a big fan of the “series” of photos layouts. And Francine does a fabulous job presenting a story.
In this closeup you can see how Francine created a space for her series of photos as well as her title using the scalloped cardboard border included in the kit.
This closeup shows Francine’s take on the pinwheel flower…I’m a fan (particularly of her paper combinations).
This is the My Snow Angel 12×12 Layout by Francine Clouden:
In this closeup you can see the layered portion beside the title that includes vintage items, a heart punch out of a vintage bookpage and some journaling (by hand…a fantastic feature of most of Francine’s layouts).
The Special Moments 12×12 Layout by Francine Clouden:
Francine used some of the unique vintage items included in her kit to generate title and journaling space on her layout.
The All I Want For Christmas 12×12 Layout by Jan Hobbins…when your kids have grown up and flown the coop…you’re left with your pets for all that celebratory overflow. Thus…Christmas outfits and photo sessions never have to be a thing of the past! I love the way Jan’s pages have a LOT of fabulously detailed work, but always seem to stay away from “overdone” AND leave the focus on the picture being presented!
Looking for a greeting card this holiday season that is most definitely NOT Christmas related? Here’s a fabulous take on the tried and true Happy Birthday card by Jan Hobbins. Square cards are my favorite and this one incorportes two of my favorite trims from the December Kit!
The Here Comes Santa Claus 12×12 layout by Jan Hobbins:
This layout makes me want to get ready for Santa Claus to come…and he was JUST HERE! Look closely at Jan’s layering…it’s a work of art.