Yesterday, we talked a bit about Lawn Fawn’s Pink Lemonade and how great it works with Summertime Charm. Today is all about the Pink Lemonade collection on its own! These papers are so beautiful and layer so well, they lend themselves beautifully to an eclectic style of scrapbooking. You get a fun mix of patterns and contrasting colors, but everything works seamlessly without any effort on your part. Win win!
For this layout about camping with my friends last September, I wanted to focus on the orange, yellow, and pink in the papers, and then use the dark green in the collection as an accent. The dark green stands out so well against the other papers, it’s perfect for this design approach. And the intensity of the dark green against all the orange and yellow shifts this summery collection into autumn mode. So versatile!
As a side note: The die-cut banners (and the title for yesterday’s layout) come from Studio Calico’s digital die-cutting files. These particular pieces coordinate with the February 2013 kit, so they’ll be going away at the end of the month.
I also combined the 12″ x 12″ papers in the collection with a few patterns from the 6″ x 6″ paper pad. Mixing the two from a single collection is a great way to blend large and small scale patterns on a page!
And now for the sneaky peek portion of today’s post: See the ombre-stamped arrow panel behind my photo? I created that using Lawn Fawn’s super trendy Sharp Backgrounds set!
Check out the Lawn Fawn Blog for more Pink Lemonade fun from the design team!