What?! Mid-November? I can hardly believe it!
Sandi here with you today sharing some November Social Media Highlights!
We love looking for YOUR work when we are out and about on Social Media and seeing the amazing things you create with our product! So, whether it's Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, be sure and tag us so that we don't miss a thing! It's also helpful when you mention the name of the product you've used. With over a 1000 products in the wholesale store, we want to be sure we've not overlooked what you've included.
Kana Abiko created this unique layout with a combination of paper collections, most notably Courtship Lane and Autumn Anthology by Michele Singh. We love how Kana's altered the gazebo image from Autumn Anthology paper to make it look more like a little house. The window and photo behind it are such a clever idea! And look at that fussy cutting! You can see more of her creations Here and find her on Instagram at @abikokana.
We are especially excited to see that Jennifer Evans (Jenaroo) is back to scrapping after several years of pursuing her nursing degree! Look at this shabby-licious, layered beauty! Here she has used the Frolic collection along with the Discover chipboard and added a few of her signatures .. doilies and flowers! To visit her blog, go HERE.
Designer Paula Calvanico has also used our Sanctuary collection to create this beauty! Photo is of her and her hubby at 15 and 17! With this the month of Thanksgiving here in the States, we were drawn to her color choices and use of the pretty leaf embellishment. Paula blogs HERE and is on Instagram at @paula_calvanico. Isn't true love something to be grateful for?
Next up is this amazing layout by USA designer Heather Thompson. We love how she's altered the title piece and Persian Ornament Chipboard and used our Serendipity and Tranquility paper collection. This really puts us in the mood for a New Year's masquerade ball. Outstanding work, Heather! Please visit her at heifer21.wordpress.com and follow her on Instagram at @heifer21. You will love her attention to detail and wonderful techniques.
Mayu of Japan posted this amazing piece on Instagram where you can follow her at @mayucrop_sbtnc. The fussy cut work is what really grabbed us for a second, then third look! She's used our newest Memoires and chose the dark red to add some drama to her photo of a traditional Japanese rite of passage. Please visit her blog HERE.
That's it for this month ... and what a great month of inspiration it is!
I hope you'll join me next month for a couple of special Social Media features!