We hope you're ready to be inspired! We have a handful of never-before-seen projects left to share with you, all featured in our CHA Winter booth display, during our last "Inspiration Week" feature. The new collections have already begun shipping out to stores and online retailers, so you should start seeing them pop up on shelves any day now (if you haven't already!). We hope that you'll be inspired by the projects our Design Team worked so hard creating with all of the new collections and products.
“Pretty Girl”, by Jen Chesnick.
One of my favorite things about the new collection Molly is the color scheme. I chose to enclose my photo with a 3D heart shape and then line the bottom portion with crochet hearts. The punch of color is a perfect complement to this collection.
Molly: Peace, Sketch with Style, Candid Cards, Treasures & Text, Trinkets; Crochet Hearts: Punch, Gulf, Bell Pepper, Pickle Juice, Cotton Candy
“Prettiest”, by Katie Rose.
There are so many great quotes and sayings in this Molly line. I used this "Happy Girls are the Prettiest" card as a jumping off point for this layout. I paired it with a few other sayings that went well with it. I decide to back the photos with the feathers which I stitched up the middle to adhere them to the background.
Molly: Sketch and Style, Borders, Treasures & Text, Paper Pieces, Trinkets; Feathers: Gulf, Punch, White, Bell Pepper, Frosting
“Fabulous”, by Kelly Holbrook.
My daughters' 10 year pictures matched these papers perfectly! I used mostly neutral and solid colors just to town down the very colorful photos, using just a little bit of multicolored patterned paper to frame my crochet heart.
Molly: Unlimited Text, Borders, Sparkle & Shine, Sketch with Style, Paper Pieces, Trinkets, Treasures & Text; Designer Tape: Pickle Juice Stripe, Hot Pink Dot; Crochet Hearts: Cotton Candy; Button Market: Pickle Squares
Molly altered frame, by Jen Chesnick.
The new Candid Cuts are a fun addition to the Bella Blvd collection of products. They are versatile for every scrapbooker in my opinion! One of my favorite ways to use them along with the paper pieces is to make a display board. I layered all my bits and pieces to create a "layout look" to hang on my wall.
Molly: Refuse to Sink, Paper Pieces, Candid Cards, Treasures & Text, Trinkets