March is drawing to an end; we thought we would take a look back at the Garden Girl project release this month and equip you with the color palettes our design team has been working with. We hope these will help you tackle the scrapbook pages on your desks. (Look for Part 2 of the projects very soon). Enjoy!
And a reminder, just a few days left of our digital sale here; this will be the last chance to scoop up most everything currently in the store. You can read about our directional changes to digital here.
If you like florals on anything and everything from your kitchen table to the patterns in your closet, you will love our floral selection in the store! Find it on washi tapes, die cuts, albums, patterned papers and more.
Nothing says Spring like a good floral pattern. See how the Garden Girls are using florals here, and shop all florals here. Enjoy the way they'll prettify your projects!
We've been talking about shapes all month; today's topic is an especially fun one - speech bubbles! Here's a look at how we're seeing speech bubbles show up in our scrapbook pages:
Mlepea records a conversation that happened the same week she created her page "Thoughts On." The white bubbles pop against a bold red woodgrain.
Lisa Truesdell tells the story of her 5 year old chatty son while working with the Twine + Ink vellum die cuts. She embellishes each one with a different mix of goodies. See the video tutorial on how this page came together here.
Jill Sprott journals from her pet's perspective on her layout "There's the Rub." She's hand-cut a piece of Amy Tangerine paper and ran the speech bubbles through her printer.
Jrench fills a large section of her background with speech bubbles. On a second piece of paper she's printed her journaling on the shapes, and then cut them out and realigned them onto the original.
Chantalle Mcdaniel records her daughter's voice quite literally on her page "Say What?!" She's filled speech bubbles with the pronunciation of her daughter's vocabulary and then hid a voice recorder behind her photo.
There are many ways to incorporate speech bubbles on our projects - fussy cut them, stamp them, use premade die cuts or stickers. Many of them are perfect for card sentiments too! Here are a few of our favorite speech bubbles; shop our entire selection here.
Welcome to another Gardeners' Digest, our monthly blog hop with the Garden Girls! Each stop along the way will share sneaks, favorite products, current inspiration and more. Scroll down for our special workshop giveaway!
April is right around the corner and with the start to a new month, we have a fresh theme - COLOR! You were right on with your guesses when we blogged the sneaks here. :) Watch for the incredibly inspiring Garden Girl project release on the 1st!
New product is pouring in and we are so inspired by the projects in the gallery using the new collections. Here are just a few:
Our most recent product video features 5 recent favorites, though it's so hard to pick! See the list of products featured here.
Today we're giving away your choice of one of our many fantastic workshops! Just leave a comment with your Two Peas username letting us know which recent class video from our Garden Girls has inspired you. We'll draw a winner and announce them on the blog next Friday, March 29th!
Your next stop on the hop is the newest girl to join our team - the talented Céline Navarro! Here is a complete list of girls playing along in the hop this month in case you get lost along the way. Have fun!
If you like colors that remind you of birthday sprinkles and delicate calligraphy type, you'll love the new Sweet Notes collection by Allison Kreft for Webster's Pages. This eclectic line is all about the adventures and sugary indulgances in life with the way it weaves in motifs of bicycles, good books and jars of jam. You'll enjoy its fresh patterns, bold color palette and can't-go-wrong icons of nature like birds, woodgrains and florals: