Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Design Team Wednesday- RSVP BasicGrey Layouts with Sue


RSVP by BasicGrey

a cutie pie & a couple of layouts to celebrate
by Sue Woolard

                         Celebrate with RSVP.
This colorful line is a great way to capture a birthday celebration for any age or gender. It just makes you happy when you mix up all the cheerful and bright papers and cool embellishments.

For DTW (Design Team Wednesday), I have strayed from my usual mini album and mixed it up with two different layouts. If you like the idea of creating 12x12 layouts with lots of leftover embellishments to make additional cards, a mini album or layout- for around $20- this project is for you.

This page uses a bunch of different textures including wood, transparencies, stickers and die cuts. Since they were short words, it was a great time to use up some leftover letter stickers. These are Bella Blvd. sticker letters with glossy accents.

This little scallop element at the bottom was actually part of the bar code strip that was "fussy cut". It never hurts to turn a little trash into treasure.

When I opened the BasicGrey die cut/transparency pack, the transparencies made me squeal with excitement they were so colorful. Using them on a white background made them "pop" off the page.

This page shows simple layering of the festive papers in this line.

Add some glossy accents to the party hat and they pop even more.

To make the balloons float off the wood element, foam tape was used.

Both of these layouts were created without many tools- just scissors and a trimmer. Stop by the store to check out RSVP by BasicGrey in person, or to see the layouts up close.

Hopefully you enjoy these quick, simple and cost effective layouts. An adorable little girl and bright and happy RSVP line is a great way to cheer up your day.

BasicGrey- Die cut & transparency pack, Wood die cuts, 12x12 sticker sheet #4391. Papers are:Curling ribbon # 4380, Crepe Paper # 4383,Sprinkles # 4384, Confetti # 4378, Party Favor # 4376, Pinata.. Glossy accents, white cardstock and some leftover letter stickers from my Bella Blvd. stash.

1 comment:

Marcy said...

Really like the use of product and the layout are great. Thanks for the inspiration.