Spring is in the air and the gallery is blooming, we've had around a hundred pages in the Lilypad gallery this week and they are gorgeous. Just look at the range.
We are taken down the memory lane with the dreamy look that March of Life is offering.
Check it out for yourselves, the possibilities are endless, just see below for some ideas on how to use this kit for the memories from your childhood, to scrapping the photographs of wildlife and landscapes.
First things first and let me show you just a few images from the Lilypad gallery:
Lynn added the sunny photos from her family archive and I just love the contrast with the cool blues of the background, don't you?
Sondra's teddies and bunnies sitting pretty all in a row wearing adorable old-fashioned clothes just transport me instantly into Grannie's old guest bedroom on a Sunday morning with the girls playing before lunch.
As you see below in the gallery, the kit can be used for a variety of topics: travel disaster by Lynn Grieveson herself, unexpected snow in March by me, zinzilah, beautiful spring by Judy, romance by Arte Banale, potty training by Jana_NJ, surfing by Jane, a day in life of a baby girl by Diane, or Stefanie's relaxing cup of tea in the company of her feline friends to name but a few. The limit is your imagination. I'd need a book to name all :)
Let me finish the overview of March of Life on these two pretties celebrating Nature and New Life. I love how Lisa is using the journal card blended into her paper to give it a different look, and Karen creates this feeling of fragility with her careful use of colour, the page looks almost transparent.
I didn't mean to linger so long on just one kit, but the pages in the gallery just overwhelmed me, I am smitten. I did miss out some, so don't hesitate to pop into Lilypad and see the rest.
Before I go though, please, let me show you the vibrant pages that the CT girls created with the Madras kit by Lynn Grieveson.
With its vibrant colours and sparkles this kit is sure to ignite your imagination and help you scrap the travel photographs from exotic places, or the favourite corners of your home town, blooms of your favourite plant, or the pictures of a dressed up kid or adult. Surprise me. :)