Hello Cocoa Vanilla fans. It’s Anna here with my brand new, colorful page. I am sure I already mentioned it in my previous posts, that one of my favorite CVS collections so far is “Hello sunshine”. It’s an old line from few years back, but it has all the major factors I love in scrapbooking collection – colorful patters, summer themed motifs, pretty flowers and great variety of embellishments. It’s no longer available in paper version, but you can purchase a digital bundle and enjoy this line for forever 🙂 The bundle contains of 12*12 papers and 164 elements, that are also grouped in three A4 sized PDF printable sheets – very easy to print and fussy cut. I still have some bits and pieces left from the paper version and I used them to make this page.
I started with a white paper with little, colorful triangles as my background. Next step was to cut paper with little word strips into pieces. If you have time, you can do this with whole sheet and put the rest of the strips into the ephemera pack for the further use.
I arranged those strips into a vertical column, that became the anchor of my composition. I placed two photos between them. They were taken during our one day trip to three, lovely greek islands near Athens – Hydra, Poros and Egina. Hydra was the first one, with amazing greek vibe, scenic harbour and little, old town surrounding the bay. We had only two hours to walk around but I enjoyed every second of it. Clear, blue sky and navy water are a perfect match for the colors of “Hello sunshine”.
Paper is and always will be my favorite scrappy item. Having only papers on hand you can still create very bold and detailed project. That’s why I love digital products so much. Fussy cutting is my friend and I always look for elements that I can cut out from paper to make my project even more unique.
I can’t wait to scrapbook more of my greek adventure on some other pages and albums. Summer projects are always my favorite to make. Thank you for stopping by and see you in two weeks. I have really fun page to share with you then.