They are great for little minds and they can also be great to spark your crafty creativity!
Use the book cover below to inspire your next layout!
Use the design of the cover, the color or the vintage vibe – be creative!
(I placed the book under my layout so it's easier to compare them.)
Tessa from Precious Paper!
I was inspired by just the colors to start...
Got me thinking of our recent trip to the beach at sunset. Greg wanted to get photos with his new camera at 'golden hour' and we all went...
4 cameras, 4 kids, sand toys, towels and full of stress.
Came home wet, sandy, happy and totally relaxed.
The evening was a wonderful gift of respite.
Topped off *perfectly* by seeing a Rainbow while out on the Rock Piers.
(You can see it between Robert and I in the photo.)
Once I started looking for paper it moved into also emulating the color 'blocks': you can see the comparison if you turn the book on it's side, to the right (minus the white strip the title was on).
I kept the embellishments clean and simple.
The laser woodcuts from Kaisercraft.
They have a relaxed, organic feel:
the wood and the swirls...
swishing like the waves...
The Family pagemark is from Making Memories.
All pattern papers are from K&Company.
Orange mulberry paper is Memory Stor.
All inks are Stampin' Up!