Friday, November 12, 2010

American Crafts Dear Lizzy Enchanted: Several Mini Collections in One!

Suzanne and Amanda here with you today.  We both are just loving working with the American Crafts Dear Lizzy Enchanted line and wanted to share it with you.  With tons of patterns, it is almost like several mini collections in one.  First, we must say how fabulous the color palette is!
Here are the patterned papers together, along with the coordinating cardstock (all available in the store):



Aren't they fabulous?!  The best part is that you can regroup the patterns to focus on certain color combinations.  For this layout Suzanne concentrated on the patterned papers with lime green and purple patterns:

From Flamingo Scraps: American Crafts Dear Lizzy Enchanted collection, Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Dusty Concord,
and miscellaneous trims from my stash.
 Three different patterned papers combined with coordinating cardstock from the same Enchanted collection give an entirely different look!  Here Suzanne focused mostly on the pinks and teals from the Wonderful Alice patterned paper (flower pattern):


From Flamingo Scraps: American Crafts Dear Lizzy Enchanted patterned papers and fabric brads, coordinating
American Crafts cardstock, miscellaneous embellishments.

Amanda chose an entirely different color palette, focusing first on the peach, hot pink and lime greens:

From Flamingo Scraps: American Crafts Dear Lizzy Enchanted (cardstock, patterned papers); American Crafts Thickers (Rocketeer); Prima Love Letter Roses (Rose Quartz)
Other Supplies: Martha Stewart punches (ribbon loop and doily); Anniversary sticker (unknown); American Crafts pen (stamp marker)

And a close up of the fabulous patterned paper -- it's pretty and shiny!

 
Then for a fourth entirely different palette, Amanda focused on the light teal, light lime green and light pink combination:
From Flamingo Scraps: American Crafts Dear Lizzy Enchanted (cardstock, patterned papers); Stickles (stardust)
Other Supplies: Cricut (Simply Sweet cartridge); American Crafts pen (stamp marker); Martha Stewart punches (ribbon loop and doily); corner rounder

The stickles added a lot of sparkle to the page and as soon as there are some pictures of Amanda's niece once she's born in the next few weeks, she'll have this cute page for her niece's scrapbook!

We hope you have enjoyed seeing the versatility of this collection today!!

4 comments:

  1. Ohhhhhhh I love love love Dear Lizzy and loveeeeeeeeee what everyone created!!! GORGEOUS! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

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  2. Very nice. These patterns are generic enough they would compliment most of the paper collections out today. thanks for the share.

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  3. Gorgeous! I love what you made!

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  4. What pretty projects with this line!

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