We absolutely love it when MultiCraft asks our design team to take their Scrapbook Challenge! They send three of our design team members the exact same products, ask them to create a project, whether it is a card or art journal or scrapbook layout, the sky is the limit and we get to see the results! This time around I was able to take part and had an absolute blast playing with this collection of their awesome products. This collection included a a 6X6 pack of patterned paper, cardstock, stickers, charms, metallic pen, gems and adhesives all from the wonderful people over at MultiCraft. I absolutely love seeing the different takes.
Nadine decided to create a beautiful 12X12 layout with some machine stitching.
Nadine incorporated a number of 6X6 patterned papers on her layout, along with the chipboard, stickers, adhesives and metallic pen. I especially like how Nadine fussy cut out the frame from a piece of the patterned paper. Here is a close up look.
Kerry added the twist of her Silhouette machine to create a super fun cut out background.
Kerry cut out the flowers with her Silhouette and then backed the flowers with the MultiCraft cardstock. The flower centers are their self-adhesive rhinestones and I absolutely adore that little MultiCraft metal bike charm! The perfect accent to coordinate with Kerry’s photo.
I decided to create a vintage-feel card with the MultiCraft collection supplied.
I layered the MultiCraft cardstock and patterned paper adding a gentle outline using the metallic pen – which by the way – is super slick to use! I dusted off some of my older Spellbinder dies and cut out labels from white cardstock and the MultiCraft pattterned paper. Those MultiCraft hot air balloon charms are a MUST HAVE !
So much fun!
Thank you to MultiCraft for the scrapbook challenge – our team LOVES IT!
Have a wonderful Sunday everyone.Are you a subscriber to our quarterly publication? The winter issue of Creative Scrapbooker Magazine has been showing up in mailboxes all over! Don’t miss out on this inspiration, filled issue! It’s so awesome!