We are thrilled to have our August Guest Designer,
joining us again today.
If you missed her introduction last week you can click HERE and learn more about her. Plus check out her designs from last week as well!
Today Kelly has some amazing projects to share with us.
Kelly Wayment here, back with two more projects I made with the “Little Princess” collection. I truly love paper. I must confess that sometimes I skip the embellishments altogether, just because I can make something really great with just paper.
I used my Silhouette CAMEO and the “Little Princess” papers, paired with AC textured cardstock, to create two little purses for my daughters. I love the mix of girly papers, along with stripes, dots, and other versatile designs in the pattern papers.
This first purple purse uses a Silhouette cutting file called circle purse, and I chose polka dots from the 12x12 pattern papers to go with the purple cardstock. The center strap uses another subtle pink pattern paper from the collection.
You can see in this detail shot that I accented parts of the purse with pink adhesive gems, although I still used brads for the strap.
This second purse is also from a Silhouette cutting file called barrel purse. Again, I used pink AC cardstock and paired it this time with stripes from the pattern papers in the collection. I found some American Crafts pink brads that worked beautifully with the color scheme.
My daughters have had a great time playing with their purses that actually open and can hold (lightweight) treasures.
I want to thank Imaginisce and especially Cari Locken for letting me play with such a fun collection of girly papers, embellishments, and stamps. And I’d love to have you come visit me on my blog some time!
Imaginisce Little Princess 12x12 patterned papers, adhesive gems
American Crafts cardstock, brads