Monday, April 21, 2014

Another layout using Twirly Girls collection!

Good Morning everyone.  Sharon here to share a layout that I made using the Twirly Girls collection.
I saw Pam's recent pages that she posted using this collection, and just had to try it myself.

I decided to make to girly page with these wonderful papers, and use a photo of my oldest daughter's smile to commemorate your 20th birthday!  I converted it to black and white, too, and used both photos.

And they look like this on my page:

Next, I went "shopping" in my stash and found some things that I could use that I already had on hand:

I used the word "smile" as shown above in the die cuts from Little Yellow Bicycle, but didn't like the orange color.  So I used some Donna Salazar ink and old Doodlebug glitter to make it pink and girly:

and it came out like this:

 I loved the pennants and little hearts from this collection, too:

as follows:

I had so much fun working with these beautiful papers and embellishments.

Here is my final layout:

We would love to see more pages from all of you, too!

And thanks so much for visiting "Ideas for Scrapbooking" today.

Cathy Dippolito
Dolores Schaeffer
Cindy deRosier
Lesley Walker
Gael Spence
Sharon Fritchman
Tanya Ham
Pam Callaghan

Friday, April 4, 2014

One Collection, Two Different Looking Pages

Hey all. It's Pam and I am sharing two pages which are completely different but use the same collection. I really like the versatile patterns and color in the Twirly Girly collection by Chickaniddy Crafts. The possibilities are endless! You will see below how different my pages look.

My first page is of my friend's little girl. When I saw these photos I took, I envisioned butterflies and fun banners. Thus I created this page. I used a technique which I use often on my pages which is having a slight space between shape and the paper it is near. Check my layout below to see what I am talking about.

  Here is how I achieved this look! First, I cut out my strips of paper like this.

  Pam Callaghan Chickaniddy Twirly Girly Tutorial 1  

Next, I put the butterfly over my papers. I traced in pencil the outline but with a bit of space like  shown below.

 Pam Callaghan Chickaniddy Twirly Girly Tutorial 2  

The last step is to cut out and adhere to page! You will see that it looks like the butterfly is floating.

  Pam Callaghan Chickaniddy Twirly Girly Tutorial 3  
Pam Callaghan Chickaniddy Twirly Girly Layout 1 close-up   
Pam Callaghan Chickaniddy Twirly Girly Girl Layout 1 close-up2 

 I hope you get a chance to use this on your pages! Products: Twirly Girly Paper: Birthday Girl (TG140S02), Paper Posies (TG140S05), A Girl's Generation (TG140S09), Grandma's Quilt (TG140S10), This and That (TG140S07), Itty Bitty Ballerina (TG140S08), Piggy Tails (TG140S012); Mini Sticker Banners (TG14EB03); Mini Tag Stickers (TG14EB04); Enamel Hearts (TG14EB07); Brads (TG14EB06); Sticker Sheet (TG14EB02)  

On my next page, I scrapped this page of my son (you could also use a photo of a girl for this page). He has such a vibrant personality that I wanted to capture these photos with a burst of sun! I chose mainly four of the Chickaniddy colors for my page: pale yellow, grey, orange, white and a touch of pink. I absolutely love how many grey patterns there are in this collection. That gave me the idea for clouds! I used a piece of patterned grey, yellow, and white to make the sun bursts. I used pop dots on some of the clouds and outlined others with a white pen.  
   Pam Callaghan Chickaniddy Twirly Girly Layout 2 close-up1 
 Pam Callaghan Chickaniddy Twirly Girly Layout 2 close-up2 

 Products: Twirly Girly Paper: Paper Posies (TG140S05), This and That (TG140S07), Never Grow Up (TG140S011), Piggy Tails (TG140S012); Mini Sticker Banners (TG14EB03); Brads (TG14EB06); Sticker Sheet (TG14EB02); Alpha Stickers (TG14EB01) What kinds of pages can you create with Chickaniddy Twirly Girly Collection? We would love to see!!!