Hi everyone! Kelly here and I am super excited to be bringing you the first edition of the Press Exhibit with the new 2016 team! This is when the team creates a project using the Paislee Press product of their choice and I have to say that I am completely inspired by what the team has created. What an incredible group of talented scrappers we have on the team this year! So, without further ado….
I love how clean Emily’s PL spreads look. Plenty of white with splashes of color is my fave. Also I really love how she cut up the upper right picture on the second page. It adds such an interesting visual detail!
Completely adorable photo as usual by Leontien. Love the clean white look with the pops of red.
I really like the way Elisa did the shadowing on the photo and also the how realistic she was able to make her stamping look on a digital page.
I love seeing all of KerriAnne’s layouts with all the comings and goings of her two boys. I really like how she approaches Project Life monthly too. I like seeing alternatives to doing it weekly.
I really love how Monica includes so many photographs in each week’s spread and keeps it from being visually overwhelming by adding the patterned papers and journal cards throughout. Great use of color here too!
Oh how I love a clean and simple scrapbook layout. Super good shadowing here too.
I love so many things here. The enlarged photo, the journaling (which of course I can’t read, but I LOVE that there is so much of it) and the enlarged script on the bottom and top. Gorgeous!
products used: xoxo
Love the patterned paper circles here. Great story too!
I love the way Tara used the dark background here with the white paint mist.
I really like how Kelly cut that center picture to fit two pocket spaces. And I think the way she stapled on that hanging lightbulb is such a cute idea!
I like the way that Aga cut out her background paper to let the patterned paper show through.
products used: about us
This PL spread is just so so fun! I love the photos and I also like how they are separated by the mostly white journal cards which makes it so easy on the eyes.
products used: Behind The Lens
I don’t even know what to say about this layout because there are too many things that I love. That sock picture, the way she made a cut file out the word moment and all the little touches with the badge and tag. Love it!
The way Mandy put the wood veneer piece on the top middle journal card was an awesome idea. I also love the pinks and purples in her spread.
Super cute way to document a trip to the barber’s. And what a perfect kit to use too. I really like the pops of gold throughout.
products used: Hey There Handsome journal cards
This whole spread is just ridiculously gorgeous. The way Mira incorporated the pops of pinks from the photos with the pinks in the art templates just fits together so perfectly.
products used: Modern art photo templates
So much to say about these spreads. I like how she used all the circle tags here. I also love the way Pepper used the 3×4 templates to showcase her outfit of the days. So cute and clever!
I sound like a broken record here talking about how much I love all of these PL spreads but this is another one! Wendy has a way of taking photographs that just catches my eye right away. I love how white and clean everything looks too.
products used: My Tribe Paper and Elements, Artiste 6 x 8 Papers, 2016 Calendar Journal Cards (M-Su), Goes with Everything, 3×4 Photo Templates No. 2, 4×6 Photo Templates No. 1, Pictures + Words No. 11, Pictures + Words No. 12
What I love most about Carolina’s spread is the glitter! I just want to reach out and touch it (which of course I can’t because it would just mess it all up), but I love how much it compliments all the white and touches of black. And of course adorable photos of little girls and dogs are good too. 🙂
I love the way that the blues, pinks and yellows in the journal cards here bring out the colors in the Jamie’s photos. Absolutely perfect!
Amelia is our guest creative team member this month and I really love her PL spread. I like all the fun pictures and the way she carried the bits of green throughout to tie all together.