I totally love this layout...it just has such a fun spirit. After all...isn't that what camping is about?
To make this cute banner strung between the trees, Guiseppa used one of my dies from the Silhouette digital download store. (
just about died, and fell in love when I saw this fun creation that Guiseppa posted the other day. Now how cute is that headband? I think, So VERY! Guiseppa used fabric from my wanna be a cowboy fabric collection for Riley Blake Designs. She has a full blown tutorial of how you can make one of these too...because I know you will want to!
Yup...so cute...totally love this headband. I'm gonna have to make some.
This layout is a great demonstration of what I mean by Guiseppa's super creative twists. I think it is so clever how she painted the black and orange brush-stroke-y boxes. Her arrangement is so pleasing too! Guiseppa used Silhouette die:
This creative frame project also demonstrates how creative Guiseppa is! Isn't this Fabulous! She used paper and stickers from my Harvest and Halloween collections for Creative Imaginations, as well as houndstooth fabric from my wanna be a cowboy collection for Riley Blake designs. The spiderweb in the corner of the frame is Silhouette die:
This owl card is so unusual! I really like the texture that shows up in Guiseppa's stamp technique. She used stamps from my What a Hoot stamp collection for Unity Stamp Co. She also used papers and stickers from my Harvest and Halloween sets for Creative Imaginations.
This has got to be one of my favorite layouts that Guiseppa has made...don't you just love it? Such a fun presentation of the Skull and cross bones...right in the center of that Spiderweb...so clever! I love her son's Halloween costume too...wow...apparently, Guiseppa is also quite a make-up artist. For this layout, Guiseppa used papers and stickers from my Harvest and Halloween sets for Creative Imaginations.
So, wasn't that fun!?! Guiseppa is a wonderful blogger, so if you love her designs like I do...then you can follow her blog here. http://guiseppagubler.blogspot.com You will want to go there anyway to see the fun head band tutorial. Step by step, easy peasy!