Bright and beautiful Bubblegum Hill

February 28, 2011

Layout – Monika Martinson

It’s not difficult to create with this beautiful line. I just love that it works for so many different styles.

I have used a digital frame for my photo to make it look old and I used an inkpad to color the wooden flourish at the top of the page.

Items used: Rhinestone Flourishes Island Lagoon RS465, Ink pad Jade IP717, Wood flourishes Birds
FL304 and Rose & Leaves FL318. Papers: P631 Blue Lemonade, P630 Tropical Twist, P633 Calipso Punch. CB124 Layered Printed Chipboard, Paper blooms F638 Cranberry,

Other: Paper flowers, handmade crochet lace, ribbon

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Layout – Nerrida Mitchell.

Hi, Nerrida here and I agree with Monika – soft and pretty or bright and beautiful – you choose. Its seems we both agree that using black and white photos works well too (LOL).

I sprayed the white paper blooms with Maya Road taffy pink mist to give them some bright pink touches a soft touch but still keeping with the softness of the page. Without the pink spray, the white roses looked lost and insipid on the against the background paper.

‘Being you’ by Nerrida Mitchell: Bubblegum Hill Papers: P631 Blue Lemonade, (P630) Tropical Twist (P633), 6″ Paper Pad (PP839),  Die cut elements (DC363), Journal tags ( JT615), Colour rubons (RB898), Paper blooms F638, Wooden flourish –  Rose & Leaves (FL318), Paper flowers (F601), Pearl brads – pearl (EM930)

Other:  Prima flowers, white paint, Maya Road taffy pink mist.

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  • Reply Debbi Glennie February 28, 2011 at 8:06 am

    ooo this is pretty, have to go look at the website to see what the other papers are like

  • Reply Facebook User February 28, 2011 at 10:50 am

    Oh these are both ever so pretty

  • Reply Facebook User February 28, 2011 at 11:33 am

    I just love your layout Monika – it so fresh and pretty.

  • Reply Kerryn February 28, 2011 at 2:18 pm

    Gorgeous layouts ladies!!

  • Reply Monika February 28, 2011 at 9:09 pm

    Nerriad yours is amazing, as always! Love al the flowers and details!

  • Reply Kirsty P March 2, 2011 at 10:01 am

    Stunning! Love the details and general gorgeousness!

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