Monday, August 30, 2010

Sept 1st DT Reveal

For this month's DT reveal over at TSF, I created these layouts of a trip to Germany and Singapore last summer. My DT package featured products from Fancy Pants "Road Show" line, including patterned paper, rub ons, stickers, and transparencies, as well as ribbon and buttons.

The muted colours and vintage look of this line really suited these photos of a hot lazy day in the cathedral towns around Frankfurt. For this layout of us in the town of Worms, I added a few things from my stash such as chipboard letters from My Mind's Eye "Lush" line, Kaiser pearls and a Prima holiday lights bird. I also used some chiffon fabric to make a flower and added some teal lace trim.

For this layout I added some card stock for the background and floss for the button bows.

I thought the black and white designs of the "Road Show" line and transparency title really suited these ethereal photos of Singapore's Esplanade. I added card stock for the background, vellum for my journalling and pink brads. I made the folded flowers from the Spring 2010 edition of Scrapbook and Cards magazine.

For this layout I added card stock, vellum and mesh from my stash. I also used glitter chipboard letters from K&Co., mini alpha stickers from My Little Shoebox and Prima lustered leaf sprays.

This little card allowed me to showcase more of the colour in this line. The sentiment stamp is from Studio G and the crochet flower is by my mom! I used my copics to colour in the poodle and added some stickles.

This was an interesting line to work with. I loved the look of the transparencies and the muted colours could really become dramatic when paired with the black and white details.

Thanks for peeking!!


Avril Tanner said...

Totally amazing layouts! I love how you cut the black and white flourishes from the paper!

Joanne said...

Just fabulous Sharon! I love seeing all the photos from your travels and your designs suit them just perfectly!
Joanne xo

Deanna said...

So stunning Sharon, you did a beautiful job!