I love camera icons in scrapbooking and so this camera cut file had my heart.
It’s so versatile to use for any theme on a layout and I have been really enjoying catching up with my Disney albums.  I backed the cut file with coordinating patterned paper and even used a camera patterned paper to compliment the cut file.
I enlarged the cut file to use as the main element on my page as that really narrows down the amount of embellishments needed to complete a page. I finished it all off with some bits of ephemera, chipboard and the layout wouldn’t be finished without the addition of the Mickey Wood veneers from the PMP shop.
With love and colour x

Psstt…. I think our Tracy might like her coffee… 😉


This project uses the ‘coffee cup grid’ cut file. I’ve not used it as the grid but instead used them as separate elements.

A few gold glitter sequins and gems and gold glitter ‘coffee’ and tiny black letters finish this layout.  There’s not a lot on this page, it’s all about the coffee – just the way I like it!



My latest project for Pretty My Page is a 12×12 layout using the “Star Corner Mesh” cut file. I have kept this quite simple to show off the lovely new design team. Backed in shades of pink and silver, the stars match the colours of the design team logo.

The tiny wood veneer stars and the black dylusions ink used to paint them with are also available in the shop to buy along with the brand new colours and the newest shades of distress oxides.

Thank you for looking and have a scrappy happy day.xx


Today’s project uses the leftovers from my first Pretty MY Page project… I saved the rainbow negatives from my cutting mat and coloured them with some watercolour paints. I arranged them in colour order and ran them through my sewing machine.

I’ve added texture paste through the Rainbows stencil for subtle details on the background.

I’ve added black shimmery splatters using Dylusions Shimmer Ink in Black Marble.  And embellished with enamel dots – some regular and some with a matte finish. I’ll tell you now – you need these matte ones in your stash!

I’ve also used some foil leftovers from this project. Never waste a thing if it’s pretty!

Here’s the process video so you can see how it came together.

Thanks for looking!

With love and colour

Laura  x

This layout uses the pre-cut file Bed of Roses available in white, cream or black cardstock available in the shop.
I used Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Inks in Blueprint Sketch, Peacock Feathers and Salty Ocean with a blending tool to create a bright, bold background on some heavy weight cardstock. To add interest I splattered the ink with water which lifted some of the colour.
Laying the bright white cut file over the bold colourful background gives a great contrast.
For this layout I have gone with a kind of monochromatic style for the colouring focusing on the blue/green background when choosing embellishments from my extensive stash.
With love and colour

Hello All

I am back with you today to share a layout I created using the lovely Batty Ring cut file.

I love Halloween and the cut file was just crying out to be used with this photo of my daughter dressed in her bat witch Halloween costume when she was nearly 2! Yes, that was 12 years ago and it’s taken me this long to scrap it!!


I raised the cut file up on foam pads and fussy cut around my daughter in the picture to make her look like she was sitting on the die cut. I added some ribbon from my vast Halloween stash to the plain edge just above the photo.  I added the haunted house and Fright sign die cuts from My Minds Eye Trick or Treat collection. I found the spooky tree in my buttons collection and thought it went well with the house for a spooky feel!

I flicked some purple ink to the top right and bottom left corners and I found a moon and stars in the same die cut pack. It makes it look like the bats are flying in the sky with them in the corner! I raised the larger star up on foam pads, just to give it a bit of dimension.

I didn’t want to take too much focus away from the bats on the cut file, so I added a few more little Halloween die cuts, a few tiny buttons, some black sequins and purple gems (I love a bit of bling!)

I am a self confessed Disney nut so anything Disney themed will always win my heart. This cut file is amazing to be able to scrap Disney memories with. And I’ve found that both the positive and negative part of the cut is so versatile to use.
For this layout I have gone with the positive part of the cut file and used a whole load of different Alphas to fill in the cut file. Another great way would be to use stamps instead if you don’t have as many Alphas as I do (I know, I have a Thicker problem).
Once I filled it in, I used some small embellishments in the blank area. So some die cut pieces from multiple different Disney collections and I used these super cute wood veneer pieces from the Pretty My Page shop (I can’t get enough of these!).
I then backed it all onto a patterned 12×12 piece of paper and added my photo to the bottom right so as to leave the majority of the cutfile and embellishments uncovered.
You can the layout come together in the video here.
With love and colour
Claire xx

Our second Design Team project is from the lovely Jane Gwynn!

For this project I used the Rings Of Hearts cut file available in the store and created a 12×12 layout featuring a photo of my lovely mum and I on my wedding day fifteen years ago.

The paper collection is More Than Words by Cocoa Vanilla Studio and uses just the 6×6 paper pad and the ephemera pack.

I have used layers and layers of foam, Heidi Swapp Gold Colour Shine and my own gold pearls to add dimension and depth.

Thank you for looking and have a scrappy happy day.xx