Summer Soul is our next collection that we've got inspiration for today. The Pocket Chicks are holding nothing back! Take a look at their a-maz-ing projects!!
And remember, if you are heading to CHA, come see these projects in real life!! Come visit Fancy Pants Designs at booth #1763!
Jellies by Betsy Veldman
Betsy says, "What's not to love about this bright, juicy, summer collection? The colors just scream summer and I can't wait to create some more layouts with this line ... and not just summer ... I'm thinking it's perfect for birthdays and any other girly-girl topic! And I could definitely see pulling out the blues and oranges for my more masculine subjects!"
Life's A Beach Banner by Jess Mutty
Jess says, "Everyone needs a little bit of Summer on their walls when the weather isn't quite there yet! Summer Soul was the perfect fit for a bright, fun pop of wall decor. I covered the artisan edition chipboard brackets with paper and fussy cut embellishments and dangled accordion rosettes from each."
Surf Babe by Greta Hammond
Greta says, "I knew I had the perfect photo for the Summer Soul line!! My daughter loves to be pulled on the boogie board at the beach and the colors in this line will match any little girl’s swimsuit!! I used some of the filter paper embellishments to mimic the waves and give some fun dimension next to the chipboard surf boards. This line will come in handy for all those summer photos!"
Aloha by Yuki Shimada
Yuki says, "I made this page using the Summer Soul collection. It’s perfect for my daughter’s photo of a beach vacation. The printed transparency will be fitting for your tropical theme projects! I also love the new stamps".
Summer Is Here Again by Suzanne Sergi
Suzanne says, "I am drawn to bold, and bright colors in my scrapbooking. The Summer Soul Collection did not disappoint. This collection has a variety of papers that are matched with summertime photos, but it also includes papers that will fit for other type of photos, too. I began with these photos of my daughter at summer, and the bold polka dot paper was the inspiration for this page. I wanted the page to convey the happiness of my daughter. She loves summer. She is constantly moving, so it is rare to capture a photo of her in the water. So there are lots of circles on this page, to add a playful feel to the page. I also punched confetti to use as rays for the sun, and randomly placed a few on this page. Now, I am ready for summer to arrive."
Tulum by Jing-Jing Nickel
Jing-Jing says, "I am delighted with this fantastic collection of bold and bright colors with a beach theme. It's perfect for my hundreds of photos from a few tropical vacations. I particularly adore the soft pink in this collection, does it ever match perfectly with the shirt I'm wearing!"
Aloha card by Jess Mutty
Jess says, "Summer Soul's patterns just make you want to say "hello" and this card says it the Hawaiian way. I backed the large cut leaves with a plain filter embellishment and stitched a couple of sweet butterflies to the top."
Summer Studs by Pamela Young
Pamela says, "I weaved two papers together for my background, then added the fun orange waves that I cut out. The Glitter Cut originally said Summer Soul but I used my white chipboard letters to cover up the soul with studs. Those bursts on the top and the bottom right are a fun new stamp ... and I love it!!
Summer Girl by Sarah Mullanix
Sarah says, "I was so inspired by the beautiful summery mix of colors and patterns in the Summer Soul collection! They immediately reminded me of the countless hours during those summer months that I spend watching my kids swim at the pool. The colors and feel of these patterns were perfect for my photos of my daughter hanging out at Papaw's pool, and loving every second of those summer months."
Hi card by Yuki Shimada
Yuki says, "I used the flocked transparency of the Summer Soul collection. The flower images are from the new stamp of the BE YOU collection."
Makes Waves card by Pamela Young
Pamela says, "I just wanted to add some of the pretty embellishments together on my card. I used the sentiment 'make waves' because I thought it could be used for more than just beach related stuff. Living in Colorado, I don't really surf much, but I could use this for a promotion or something else."
Summer Fun by Valerie Sanchez
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