Thursday, November 29, 2012

Creations Galore Gal, Megan Daul: Albums Made Easy

Hello crafters! Are you ready to see some projects from Creations Galore's talented customers? Today we're showcasing a gorgeous layout from Megan Daul. Megan, from Green Bay, WI, has attended a few classes at the store, as well as being a regular at our Crop Nights. You can find her blogging about her creations at Creative Happiness.

How fun is this layout? Megan started off with a traditional page on the left hand side using cardstock and patterned papers. She then added an Albums Made Easy page by We R Memory Keepers to quickly create two more pages! Here the flip side of the Album Made Easy page:

We just have to bring attention to some of the wonderful details these pages hold.

This cute tree was cut from the AccuCut die cutting tool available to our customer's in our Crop Room. She decorated the die cut with Lime Green and Cinnamon Stickles.

Take a look at Megan's blog, and you will see that she loves to add ribbons to her pages. Here she added some Baker's Twine with Glossy Accents.

Megan brought some dimension to each layer of paper by outlining the edges with brown ink. She even brought the glittery buttons to life by adding brown floss. You'll find glitter in another part of her page - the title! Megan used Thickers from American Crafts, another Creations Galore favorite.

Lastly, we want to point out the fun details she added to the Albums Made Easy page. Megan cut kraft paper with a Spellbinders Die. She then stamped some beautiful trees with brown ink and accented them with the Stickles again. So clever! We love how she incorporated stamping into her scrapbook pages.

A big thank you to Megan for sharing this great layout with us. Don't forget to comment below or head to her blog and leave her some love!

We'd love to feature your paper crafting projects on our blog! What have you been creating in our classes, during our crops, or with products purchased at Creations Galore? Send your project to nicolelaha{at]gmail{dot}com or stop into the store at 3164 Coronet Way in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

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