Sunday, July 15, 2018

Central Park CTMH Australasian Blog Hop

If you arrived here from Vandra’s Virtual CTMH Craftroom, welcome. Join in and hop around!

This hop features our Central Park collection. The vibrant palette of Bashful, Glacier, Lemon, Mink, Pacifica, Poppy, White Daisy, Willow is perfectly fresh and playful without being too bright.
I set myself the challenge of using only the Paper Packet + Coordinating Cardstock. I originally made these pages with no idea what photos I would use. (Does that happen to you too? Happens here all the time.)

I volunteered for Le Festival, Brisbane's French Festival last weekend. My red shirt just happens to perfectly go with this dotty paper!
One of the fun features of the festival was an instagram booth. Take any picture during the festival, upload it to instagram using the designated hashtags, and within minutes your photo popped out of the onsite printer. I may have printed a few of them! 😇

I was really not happy with this yellow paper and I couldn't see what I'd use it for. (Yellow is not my color.) Late one night I had a sudden brain burp. "Use it as your page bases!" Duh, of course! I could use it as my bases and plop other designs on top. So that is exactly what I did. Problem solved! 😉

To make these projects, I used my basic toolkit plus these materials. Click through to purchase or contact your consultant. Basic Toolkit: (Versamat, Trimmer, Ruler, Adhesive Runner), Central Park Paper Packet and Coordinating Cardstock, Make It from Your Heart™ Volume 3, My Legacy™ D-ring Album and Memory Protectors™ Top Load Value Pack.

I'd love it if you'd leave a comment below and pin my projects before you pop over to Lauren Moore's CTMH Craftings.

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4 comments:

  1. Lovely layouts good use of the colour combinations.

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  2. I do love the bright colours of this paper set. I also love the "Enjoy the Ride" title.

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  3. Great use of that vibrant yellow! And I love your confetti border strips on the first layout.

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