Wednesday, December 31, 2014

January Hearts of the West Blog Hop

Welcome to the Hearts of the West team blog hop!

If this is your first time joining us you will love it. It features Close to my hearts Consultants from all over Canada showing you their projects. The hearts of the west team was founded by Nancy Klein.
The Heartstrings paper pack is a beautiful combination of Lagoon, Cranberry and Hollyhock which all look so stunning together. I really like the addition of the teal colour to add a little something special to a typical Valentine's palette. 

I created this two page spread using the paper pack, Hearstrings Compliments, Lagoon Hearts Washi Tape and Pink Glitter Gems. 

If you are looking for a quick way to complete some pages consider using the matching Compliments or Assortments that coordinate with each paper pack. It is so fast and easy!


In the picture below you will notice that I have a few different sizes of roses. These were cut out from the patterned paper and then I used foam tape to layer them on the page. 

If you came from Sonia Parent St Jean's Blog then you're in the right place, this is a go around blog hop so you can start anywhere! Just in case, the full list will be at the bottom. So, as always, grab your coffee, tea, water, relax, and hop around the team with us.






Your next stop is Kerry Hammel's Blog.
Thanks for joining us this month and come back next month to see what creative projects we can bring to you! Thank you for stopping by and please feel free to leave a comment.



6 comments:

  1. Very nice. I love all the little details on the pages.

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  2. This is a great layout! I really love how you did the white mat areas.

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  3. elegant layout! love how you cut the flowers out on the right page.

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  5. Gorgeous layout Chelsey! Thanks for sharing!

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