My sorority "mascot" is an owl and while you might be able to guess about the meaning to Chi Omegas, I took a vow to keep that meaning secret and share it only with sisters.
Karen knows I love owls. So, when she asked if I would create something from the Adorn It Nested Owl (in coral) line, I knew just what I would do with it. Being is a sorority is a lifetime commitment and we have the opportunity to share in our sisterhood across the generations. Chi Omega celebrates our founding each spring around April 5th, and this year I was able to attend a luncheon with both students and alumni here at WSU.
It was a great event!
The colors are beautiful and this page came together very quickly with the accompanying sticker sheets, some washi tape (can you spot it on the layout?), and Glossy Accents.
Now, maybe you don't love owls. Maybe you can't imagine how or when owls would work themselves into your creative crafting. Sometimes you must look past the owls (in this case) or whatever other design element and focus on colors, or the message the design element might convey. So, owls work for me because of Chi Omega, but you might use them on graduation cards/pages, or really anything (owls are very "in" right now). In addition, this paper line has many other design elements - the floral parts are absolutely adorable!
These three cards were a snap, and again, because the colors are so beautiful, the cards can be used for all sorts of occasions!
The bottom right photo shows the inside of the "hello" card.
Head in to Paper Pals this weeks to check out this line!