Yesterday was my introduction day at the Graphic 45 blog. I almost have to pinch myself that it is really me, little me, whose work is shared on this amazing blog. I am still so excited about it! As we speak I am working on my projects for CHA with the brand new Graphic 45 collections and I'm dieing to share my creations with you. But for now I have three lay-outs and one card that were shown in the introduction blogpost.
Gisteren was de dag van mijn introductie op het Graphic 45 blog. Mijn eerste echte eigen blogpost bij hen...hoe gaaf is dat! :) Momenteel ben ik aan mijn projecten voor CHA aan het werken met de geweldig mooie nieuwe lijnen. Ik kan haast niet wachten om mijn creaties te laten zien. Maar voor nu zullen jullie het moeten doen met de drie lay-outs en kaart uit mijn introductiepost ;) De teksten bij mijn lay-outs heb ik rechtstreeks gekopieerd uit de blogpost.
A Ladies Diary is feminine and elegant and thus one of the collections that I just can't stop working with. On this layout I did a lot of fussy cutting to adorn this photo.
On this lay-out I used a mixture of the ABC Primer collection and die-cut frames from the Steampunk Debutante range. I also did a lot of fussy cutting - these adorable vintage images were irresistable to me!
An ABC Primer 12x12 paper pad
Steampunk Debutante Frames
Little Darlings is one of the most gorgeous baby collections that I have seen so far. It actually makes me want to have a new baby in our family, just so I have another subject to scrap about with this collection. But for now this photo of my niece Elise seemed to with it quite well too. These papers kind of worked themselves when I created this lay-out. I arranged lots of fussy cut items around the photo, while still trying to keep Elise the main focus of my layout.
Little Darlings 12x12 paper pad
Little Darlings Chipboard Tags 1
Kraft Reflections: Before Your Time
French Country was a true must-have for me. Its sunny colours and sunflower patterns are perfect for a summer inspired card. I cut out some sunflowers and a red frame and used them as the focal point on this card.