The Pretty Little Studio Design Team was challenged to “Think Outside the Box” using a pillow as an example. Check out how Pretty Little Studio Design Team members Jennifer, Karen and Laura interpreted the “Think Outside the Box” challenge this week!
Use a Monogram letter on a layout
Create a button monogram on a layout
Use blue buttons on your layout
Make a blue and white layout
Use buttons on your layout
For this outside the box challenge I took the largeness of the monogram letter and created a large monogrammed shape that mimicked the shape in the photos. Having some of the same color scheme as well as adding buttons helped tie into the ad theme perfectly!
- Tea Party Collection, Restaurant Receipts Vintage Journaling Cards White, Mini Bingo Vintage Flash Cards Bright, 1” Little Girls Vintage Circle Tags, 2” Little Girls Vintage Circle Tags
I was inspired by the grouping of buttons in the photo to create this layout. I punched a circle of kraft cardstock, then adhered buttons and stitched them down with thread. I adhered a heart in the center to use as an embellishment on my page about my daughter and her new cousin.
- PLS Products: April Showers Paper Collection, Apple Cider Paper Collection, Little People in the Fall Vintage Tags
For the outside the box challenge this month Design Team member Karen Lim used buttons to help record her memories of cherries using the Pretty Little Studio Cherry Chocolate collection. Aren’t Karen’s digital buttons created from Pretty Little Studio digital patterned paper great?
- Products: Cherry Chocolate Patterned Papers – Digital, Vacation Digital One Word Flashcards – Tropical Colors, Storybook Pattern Papers – Digital, Digitally-made buttons from Cherry Chocolate Patterned Papers – Digital