Any day is a good day for Gelato!

June 29, 2011

Hello. Lesley and Kerryn here today and we are here to share a little bit of Pink Gelato with you all.

Kerryn : At first glance all I saw with Pink Gelato were pastels.  To be honest, I don’t really work with pastels alot.  What surprised me though is that with the addition of just a little touch of colour, Pink Gelato came to life!  I added a nice bright green in my alphabet and a bit of doily trim for that pop of colour that worked perfectly with the pastels of Pink Gelato.

“Let’s dance baby” by Kerryn Lawson

Products used : Pink Gelato pp Honey Dew (P684), Strawberry (P683), Watermelon (P679), Pink Gelato paper pad (PP845), Pink Gelato sticker sheet (SS104), Pink Gelato rubons (RB922), Paper tags & shapes – White (EM923), Alpha stickers – Avocado (A218), Rhinestones – Hot Pink (SB702), Soft Pink (SB701)

Other products used : buttons, brads, twine, paper doily, paper lace

Lesley here

Amanda loves visitng the baby next door. To be honest though I am not sure who is more smitten Amanda or Tyler. With this layout I wanted to emphasise the blues in this gorgeous collection. I have also embossed the chipboard, sanded and then inked it. The letters have been coloured using a cotton bud and distress ink. To ink the edges of small things like letters I use a black pen (instead of a stamp pad) to run the edges of the letters around. Easier to get into those small corners.

“Smitten” by Lesley Cooper

Materials used:Pink Gelato Patterned Paper Honey Dew (P684), Strawberry (P683), Vanilla (P680), Blueberry (P682); Paper PAd, (PP845); Mini Journal Tags (JT621); Rubon (RB922); Sticker Sheet (SS104); Printed Chipboard (CB129); Alpha Stickers (AS219); Other: distress ink, muslin, distress stain

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