Maybe some of you noticed it, I am back on the Pretty Little Studio Design Team! Not only as a designer of collections for Pretty Please. :D I'm very happy about it because it will be the perfect excuse to use my collections! And I can't wait to inspire you to use my products as well. :)
So here's the first layout I have to show you, using my Here Comes The Sun collection. If you are following me on Instagram you probably already seen a part of it.
It's a layout celebrating Maya at 5 years old.
I used my papers divided in 4 4x4 squares and used them as small canvases to build don.
On some of them I have pictures, on some other I have journaling, die cuts and piles of pretty things. :)
I used my die cut letters to write my title which I splitter in two parts.
This little sun square makes me happy!!
I had to buy a new sewing machine when I arrived here. The different electricity had me leave my beloved sewing machine in the USA. :( And it took some weeks before I got a new one. It was not a priority for everybody in the family, you know?! ;) lol So anyway, now that I have one again, I used it!! Woohoo! So I stitched and teared the edges of my little squares. I really like the effect.
I paired some gold elements together like this flair button with the golden speech bubble and some gold sequins in the square right next to this one.
In the middle of the page, I made a pretty large cluster of hearts die cuts. I also added a golden paperclip (Dear Lizzy) and a small flower die cut that I just love so much
That little woden umbrella was waiting in my stash since a long time to be used on just the right layout. It time finally came and I now have it in my album to enjoy.
The small flag here was used to add some more details to the layout. I think my rain drops paper might be my favorite one of the whole collection. I hid it behind a picture but I really like the parts that are peeking out. They go perfectly with the sun and cloud paper. Did you notice that cloud die cut that I layered over one on the cloud that was on the paper? I adhered it with foam dots and it makes for a pretty interesting look.
The small with circle was perfect to add journaling!!
Here's a better look at the hearts cluster. :)
For the exact supplies list I used, you can go to my Pretty Little Studio blogpost where I listed everything.
Thanks for coming by guys!!
Talk to you again soon!