Good friends
I believe that having good friends is a blessing from God. I appreciate it even more, when I realise that my true good friends are very few… So I decided to make a layout for a very good friend of mine who will soon be moving permanently to Canada.
I have used some LSG mists in this page, the whole Industial Chic kit. Having a white background makes it a lot easier for me to use more than 2 colours, without being afraid of making the page too busy. Some clustering, some tapes and of course the all-time favourite 9th Wave collection’s Elements!


Products used:
9th Wave – Elements
9th Wave – 6×12 Alpha Stickers
LSG – Industrial Chic kit
UWS – Arrows


This is a more free-style page, which I created following the instruction of Gwénaëlle Scharlipp, of the Pop&Colours 1 seminar. I really enjoyed making this page, as I basically added elements and colours without thinking too much. I would like to highlight the fact that a very basic element of the cluster underneath my photo, as well as on the bottom edge of my background cardstock, is the paper that was left after I used all the Messy Head Collection’s die-cuts. Isn’t it cute? It served as a die-cut itself as well!



Products used:
Messy Head – 6×12 Elements
Domestic Goddess – 6×12 Raspberry Muffin Alphas


Α true mixed-media page, with many colours and few embellishments. The techniques I used to create my background also belong to the Pop&Colours 1 seminar and to Shirel.
The background cardstock comes from the Messy Head collection and I found it just perfect for use, because I needed a soft and delicate paper, just to avoid big contrasts!



Products used:
Messy Head – Just Saying
Messy Head – 12×12 Elements
Messy Head – 6×12 Elements