Today we have a special treat for you! We have an old friend, Lisa Moen, visiting us today with some absolutely beautiful layouts using our new “Let Freedom Ring” collection.
Lisa made use of the Philadelphia part of this colleciton on this layout. She included fussy cutting from the cut apart pages as well as several of the cardstock stickers. Isn’t that wood grain background just perfect for her picture?!?
Her second layout makes use of those cut apart pages again as well as the cardstock stickers. She made great use of of borders by tucking things underneath them at the bottom. The machine stitching details throughout this layout really help add a one of a kind touch!
Thanks so much to Lisa for sharing these beautiful projects with us today!
The 2017 Creativation show wrapped up last week and today we are putting a wrap on sharing our projects from the booth. We have two beautiful layouts to show you that highlight our “One Big Happy Family” Collection.
Anybody else need a dose of sunshine and warmth today? Here’s the projects from our Creativation Booth using the Paradise Found Collection to warm you up! We asked Bev Code, Lisa Moen, and Christine Meyer to create with these collections for our booth and here’s some of the projects they made!
Aren’t the colors and patterns just fabulous!?! Be sure to check out the whole collection in the store!
Vibrant colors, rich textures, and all things USA – this is a fun new collection that you are gonna want to get your hands on ASAP! We asked designers Lisa Moen and Bev Code to create with it for our Creativation Booth and here’s just some of their creations!
Even better you can grab this gorgeous collection right here in our store!
Hey there Paper House fans! Lisa back with you for my final post here at Paper House Productions. I would like to thank everyone at Paper House for having me this last year. I truly enjoyed working with your fun products!
Have you scrapped your Christmas photos from last year? Today I am sharing a Christmas layout that I used photos on from last Christmas. I figured it was time to get some of these scrapped.
I fussy cut the circle with the holly and berries on it and used pearl dots from my stash for the berries. I also fussy cut that cute squirrel and popped him up with foam tape.
I choose the background paper because it matched the wood walls in the photos. I cut 2 of the 4×6″ cards and used those to balance my layout. One I used for the matting of the photos and the other for my journaling.
I fussy cut the tree, house (love all that glitter!) and all the snowflakes (more glitter!) I added some bling to the centers on the snowflakes.
I fell in love with the adorable fox on this 4×6″ card! Isn’t he just the cutest?!
Finally I added some of the Sculpted Stickers and a few of the Cardstock Stickers.
So what are you waiting for? Dig out those Christmas photos and start scrapping!
Wishing you and your family a wonderful holiday season!
Hey there! Lisa back with you again today to share a layout using some Paper House goodies.I love creating summer layouts in the midst of our cold Wisconsin winters. It sorta warms me up seeing my daughter in shorts, t-shirt and standing by the lake.
This was a fairly simple layout to put together, I liked that!
I started with white cardstock as my background and added some different shades of blues using my watercolors. I fussy cut the mountains and lake from a sheet of paper in the paper pad and attached that to my background. I distressed the top of the mountains to give some dimension to them. I added 3 of the #D Stickers to create a fun and easy title:
I fussy cut the tree and leaves from a few different papers from the paper pad. I also added the “Calm” 3D sticker:
I love the 3D canoe and it was perfect for this lake layout:
Hopefully if the weather is cold where you are, this layout warmed you up a bit! Dig out some summer photos and scrap them!
Have you ever been to Vegas? I love it there, so much to see and do! Friends and I went out there for Spring Break this year and took in a lot of free stuff, of course we did do a bit of gambling while there also.
Lisa here today to share a fun Vegas layout with you.
I started my layout out by adding Gesso to my background paper. Once that was dry, I added some watercolor. The Gesso helps in mixing the watercolors better and also toned down the words a bit. I added some of the Footprints Paper behind my photo and added some stitching. I added the “Say yes to adventure” tag to the right of my photo and added the fun “awesome” cork sticker and 3D cards sticker. I also added a cluster of hearts I cut on my Cameo.
I added a strip of the France Tags paper to the top of my page and stitched in place. I also added a sticker popped up with foam tape and one of the Puffy Butterflies.
For my title, I used the “hello” rub-on and cut the “Las Vegas” from my Cameo. I also added a bunch of messy stitching in this area as well.
I love this fun Puffy Camera Sticker! It was perfect for this page.
Check out that “Love it!” cork sticker! Yup, I love that too! And whats a Vegas layout without dice? I added a few strips of papers down on the bottom of the layout using the Discover Tags Paper and the Italian Words Paper.
If you have some travel pages to scrap, these goodies that I used are perfect. Go checkout the store!
I hand cut my banner using The Raven and Bats Scrapbook Papers and backed them with black cardstock. I cut 2 of each color. I roughed up the edges a bit and then stitched around the edges with black thread. I took two black doilies and cut them in half placing half on the top of each banner. I then took a punch and punched a small piece for each banner. Finally I machine stitched using a zig zag stitch:
I added two eyelets to each banner to thread my twine through. I also added some ribbon on each end of the banners to hold them in place. The black ribbon is what I cut off of the 3D Lighted Shimmers. They come with the ribbon so you can hang them.
Check out this super duper cute ghost! This is one of the new Halloween 3D Lighted Shimmers. Isn’t he adorable?! I added the “Boo” sticker from the Scary Sculpted Stickers.
This “Spooktacular” sticker is from the 3D Stickers. I just love all the dimension they add to my banner!
Here is another 3D Lighted Shimmers. Check out the cool haunted mansion! I added the “Creepy” Sculpted Sticker. So fast and easy!
The “Halloween Hauntings” sticker is from the Cardstock Sticker Sheet. I just popped it up with foam tape to give some more dimension to this banner piece. The “owl” is from the 3D Sticker Sheet.
Here are some more close ups:
You can see see the dimension these fun embellies have.
The spiderwebs and spiders are from my stash.
I saved the best photos for last! These are the 3D Lighted Shimmers lit up:
All 3 windows light up at different times:
It’s kind of hard to see the light on the ghost, but if you look closely you can see it right above his nose:
I just love all the dimension these fun Halloween embellishments gave my banner and it was so fun and easy to create!
Thanks for stopping by and stay scrappy my friends!
For my background, I used the Autumn Air paper and cut it in half, flipped one over and stitched them together. I added a few layers behind my photo using a few of the cards cut from Woodland Friends Tags paper. They were to small to fit behind my entire photo, so I cut them in half as well. I fussy cut the leaves from the Autumn Woods paper and the foxes from the Woodland Friends Tags paper.
I added a journal box and word strips that I fussy cut from the Woodland Friends Tags paper. I just love this cute little fox! Isn’t he adorable?
Here is another adorable fussy cut fox:
Here is another leaf I fussy cut, curled up and tucked behind my journal card:
I finished the layout off with some black mist spatters.