When I look at the designs I can see so many things one can do and achieve with them. But it is the My India Rose Gold that caught my attention fist. The designs lend themselves to so many possibilities, and I knew that adding some kind of colour to it would be so much fun. By adding an accent colour to the design you can turn the design into any project in a few easy steps.
I used my Sharpie pens to add colour to the design picking up the colour in my photos used making it a really special attention to detail.
The design of My India makes colouring the images really easy – the printing line creates a barrier that prevents the pens from crossing over and thus preventing you from colouring outside the lines. I love how the colouring makes the rose gold stand out even more especially against the darker shades of purple and pink.
Combined with a touch of black from the Ethnique paper this layout turned out to be as magical and special as the photos used.
A simple layout focussing on the photos making for the perfect memory keeping option.
I hope you love this new range as much as I do…and you will be seeing more designs from me using this stunning range of basics and limited edition papers.
Layout photo credit: Wilna Furstenberg
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