All this week, we will continue to provide you with endless inspiration with never-before-seen projects that were featured in our CHA Winter booth display. Our Creative Team has been very busy creating oodles of project ideas with all of the new collections and products, and we are excited to finally share them with you!
“Always Love You”, by Heather Leopard.
Have I told you how much I "love" the new Chip Script words? I love, love, love, love, love them! As I was looking through the various packages of words, I noticed a common words that was on so many of them. I popped those babies out and turned them in to one looooong title for this layout. I used a paper from the new baby boy collection as my background but since I was doing a layout about my baby girl, I sprinkled in some other collections. I love how you can mix and match these collections so well. To create the title, I pulled out as many words as I could using the Chip Scripts to create the phrase. Then I added a little punch to it by adding in the blue chipboard alphas. I ended up removing one of the white "love" words and replacing it with a blue one to help tie the title all together. The title takes up a little more than half the page so I added my photo and kept the embellishments to a minimum. For the enamel stars, I didn't randomly sprinkle those on the page. There are some green stars printed on the paper so since I wasn't using green in my layout, I covered those up with the blue stars. Oh and I added a pink enamel dot to the moon to pull in the pink that I have sprinkled around the page. Now it has rosy cheeks instead of blue.
Cute Baby Boy: Barely a Wink, Daily Details, Treasures & Text; Sweet Baby Girl: Treasures & Text; Sweet Sweet Spring: Borders; Cute Clips: Baby Girl; Enamel DooDads: Ice; Enamel Dots: Cotton Candy; Bella Bows: Cotton Candy
“You”, by Jennie McGarvey.
These chipboard pieces are thrilling! The mix of icons and text is awesome! I love that you get some plain words and then some beautiful script. All of that with the plain white perfect for making the pieces exactly what you want? Genius! I couldn't wait to combine a bunch of them together and see how they would all mix together.
Sweet Baby Girl: Borders; Sweet Sweet Spring: Easy Breezy, Paper Pieces, Chipboard Icons; Enamel Dots: Bell Pepper; Chip Scripts: Hello There, Today, So In Love
“Adorable Family”, by Heather Leopard.
The Chip Scripts are one of my favorite new additions to the Bella Blvd product line-up. I LOVE that they can be stamped, inked, doodled on, you name it. I toyed around with altering them for today's feature but I really liked the contrast of the white on this background I created so I kept them as-is. I have a few ideas of fun things to do with them so stay tuned for that in the very near future. I created this background by simply doing some funky, offset cuts and layering each row over the other and then stitching the seam to give it a finishing touch. Then I determine what words to use and where to place them. I waited to print my photos until that step was complete. Once I knew that, I knew what size photos I could use. I framed them up and added embellishment clusters to complete the page. I will add my journaling to the bottom right under the photo.
Sweet Sweet Spring: Bloomin' Beauties, Her Bunny Hop, Easy Breezy, Borders, Treasures & Text, Chipboard Icons, Paper Pieces; Chip Scripts: Hello There, So In Love, Family; Enamel Dots: Ice, Guacamole; Bella Bows: Blueberry