This week, we thought we would spend a few days focusing on our Invisibles specialty papers. We've gotten lots of requests to see how our designers are incorporating them into their projects, as some of you might be a little unsure of how to use them. We hope you'll be inspired by the ideas our Creative Team members came up with, and put them to use in your own projects.
"Slidin", by Lisa Dickinson.
The Invisibles are such a unique product and they can really take a design over the top! For this page, I punched a grid of circles in my card stock and selected items to fill them with. In addition to patterned papers, I used Invisibles to in many of the circles and love the fun see-through effect they give. To cut them, I used my circle cutter to first score the material, and then cut the circles with scissors along the scores lines. Since the Invisibles and papers are adhered on the back side of my page, the edges don’t need to be perfectly clean.
Tiny Tots: Flashcards Y-Z, Toy Chest, Watch Me Grow, Sweet & Sassy; Color Chaos: Guacamole Strandz, Bell Pepper Strandz; Star Student: Schoolyard, Art Journal; Riley: Friendly Felines, Borders; Rover: Borders; Just Add Color: Dotty; Invisibles: Flower Fancy, Woodlands, Click Click, A Day At A Time, Amore, First Love, Pink Posies, Star Student; Little Bits: Bell Pepper, McIntosh; Ciao Chip Elements: Hearts & Stars, Symbols, WhatNots; Enamel Dots: Cotton Candy, McIntosh; Enamel DooDads: Cotton Candy, McIntosh
"She's Rad", by Kristine Davidson.
My niece is growing up so fast. My goodness! I like to think that she's pretty RAD! She makes me laugh and love that comedic quality about her. I used some Bella Blvd Invisibles on this page but first I cut out a pie chart with my silhouette and filled in the empty slots with invisibles! I sewed them on and created a pretty cool black and white background. I didn't want the page to be just black and white so I used the Just Add Color collection and added some pops of color on my page. I just used one sheet of paper - Daily Details and cut up pieces of paper to fit my page. Love that! I framed my white background with a black piece of cardstock and added some paint splats. The title in pink was perfect and using the Amorie and Sienna chipboard alphas make it so easy to make a cool title!
Just Add Color: Daily Details, Treasures & Text, Trinkets Full Color; Invisibles: A Day At A Time, Click, Referee, Brilliant; Sienna Chipboard Alphas: Frosting; Amorie Chipboard Alphas: Peep; Enamel Dots: Blueberry