Thursday, 13 May 2010
Wednesday, 12 May 2010
Peta Burrows has used 3 different laces here and even cut the centres out of one of the white laces to make the centre of the black lace...very creative.
Our ever popular mesh looks great. With 22 colours to choose from there is bound to be one to suit any project
We have noticed the skeleton leaves are making a come back with demand increasing all the time.. so after many requests we now have 3 sizes of skeleton leaves in bulk packs of 100 leaves in 14 different colours. If we don't have the colour you want it is really easy to colour the natural leaves and have just the right colour you want.
The Skeleton leaves that Peta has used match the leaves in the paper nicely.
It's hard to see in the photo but the Silk and Swarovski flowers add a nice bit of sparkle to the page.
How gorgeous are these two?
Peta Burrows has used the new metal photo corners on the photo and then coloured them with white Stazon ink, she has given the same treatment to the metal butterflies and small flower as well.
Just love the way she has threaded the Pink Champagne ribbon through the middle of the lace and then added the Bud n Bow to the bottom.
A lovely girly page with lots of pink flowers, well done Peta
Close up of the Bead Garland on the Petals1905. Isn't it great when old becomes new again!
Peta Burrows has really embraced the Heritage look with this photo of her Grandparents.
The laces work so well with heritage pages and she has used 3 different laces to really make a stunning page.
Peta has carried the bead garland from the bottom of the photo and cut individual segments and used them as centres on the flowers...how cool.
The bead garland is extremely popular especially for weddings, one of our clients recently used 6 rolls of bead garland on invitations and place holders for a wedding they did.
Two great layouts by Linda Thompson of Scrapper's Garden. Linda has used our Lace ribbons to good effect to frame and highlight the photos.
The neat thing about all the lace ribbons is that they can be coloured to suit your project.
While at SIA last week Alison had lots of fun colouring lace, metal embellishments and petals with our neighbouring exhibitor who are distributors of the Copics range of pens and inks. We even had customers wanting to order the "new" colour vines only to tell them that it was done with the Copic pen!
You will see that Linda has coloured her vines as well as adding Silk and Swarovski flowers to add sparkle to the layouts
Monday, 10 May 2010
A very creative layout by Linda Thompson of Scrapper's Garden. Linda has used the Burgundy Mesh to create a flower and then topped it off with a Spring Flower. The bottom of the photo has been decorated using 2 different lace ribbons using inks to make them stand out even more, then overlaying with Olive Bud n Bow ribbon. Strategically placed Spring Flowers add the finishing touch to a great layout.All products by Green Tara.