September 6, 2009

new from SEI - Winter Song line



There seems to be only a handful of companies that contribute to the papercrafts industry that have real "staying power". SEI is one of them! (I've been loving and using SEI for 8-9 years now). The new SEI Winter Song line is no exception to how this company and their talented designers keep coming up with new, gorgeous lines!

I kept these layouts simple. A printed collage from Picasa, generous use of the Sparkling Frost Die Cut Accents, Glossy Accents and Pixie Stix glitter, Doodlebug glittery letters, some pop dots for dimension, a little bling and you're there!


This gorgeous red snowflake paper is called Starlight and is embossed and glittered in just the right places to provide an excellent, subtlely stunning backdrop for pages or cards (it's never to early to starting thinking of your Christmas card ideas, right?)



The lovely blue Snow Bubbles paper below is really cool and versatile. Each bubble on this side has patterns/prints that tie in with the entire line of paper. The other side, which I didn't use for this project is a dark red and tiny white tulip (yes, tulips!) print. How cool is that?


And finally, some cards. The Sparkling Frost Die Cut Accents and Doodlebug letters came in really handy here! The die cut accents contains so many different pieces, I know you'll be able to create and create and create with them! On the hello card above, I placed the letters on a piece of transparancy and used Glossy Accent and Pixie Dust Glitter on the back side to not only give this card sparkle but dimension!


Enjoy!


P. S. Not only will you want to go to Paper Pals to see all the new lines they have, but you'll want to see these layouts up close. Can you guess what happens when you place your finished pages on top of your car and drive off (at 10 pm in the dark and and have to retrace your "steps" to find them)? Ha!

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1 comment:

Leah Larson said...

I love your layouts. I have always liked the look of collages on a page. Your cards are so super cute. I wouldn't want to give them away.