Here&There w albumie PL

agnieszka damska

Hej, hej! Z tej strony Agnieszka, na dziś przygotowałam kilka stron w albumie PL z mojej ostatniej podróży do Budapesztu. Podróż co prawda była służbowa, ale wieczorami starałyśmy się korzystać z piękna tego miasta.

Kolekcja HERE&THERE stworzona jest do prac o takiej tematyce, więc zaraz po powrocie rozpoczęłam zabawę z nowymi przydasiami i albumem.

Korzystałam zarówno z gotowych kart do pocket scrapbookingu z tej kolekcji, kart z arkusza SCENIC ROUTE, jak też tworzyłam własne na podstawie białych kart i papierów notesowych.

Zestawu stempli ze słówkami ALL TIME FAVE użyłam na kilka sposobów - jako stemplowane napisy z ramkami i bez, jako die cutsy, z czarnym lub kolorowymi tuszami. Ramkę z tego zestawu wykorzystałam do zrobienia małych etykiet.

Drukowanie zdjęć w domu jest bardzo wygodne. Mogę drukować zdjęcia w dowolnych formatach i na tej rozkładówce umieściłam zdjęcia panoramiczne. Przygotowałam sobie wcześniej w programie do drukowania ramkę o wymiarach 22,5x9,5cm. Na papierze A4 zmieściły się dwa takie zdjęcia, po wydrukowaniu przecięłam je i umieściłam w dwóch sąsiadujących koszulkach.

Całość dopełniły naklejki przeźroczyste, kolorowe, kropki 3D oraz chipboardy, które przykleiłam bezpośrednio na zdjęcia.

To wszystko na dziś. Trzymajcie się!

Na kartach albumu użyłam produktów:

All time fave - stamp set#163 BE READY- transparent stickers (english) BEST SUMMER - color stickers set 

GO OUTSIDE- transparent stickers (english) HERE & THERE- zestaw naklejek tekturowych /  chipboard stickers set HERE& THERE - 3D sticker set -dots 

Trio of Here and There Cards | Nicole Martel


Good morning! Nicole here with three cards I created using a variety of card sketches. I always struggle making cards, especially A2 size cards.

These sketches really helped me create these cards within minutes and it was fun! Sketches are a great jump start to get your ideas going! Also, keep in mind, you can flip them or use some of the sketch to inspire you!

I think the hardest part of creating these cards was deciding on what patterns to use for the card. I used two patterned papers for each card from the Here and There Collection. I used two metal die frames to cut the papers. To create the card base, cut white cardstock to measure 4.25"x11" and score the paper in half to create the card. The first layer is 4"x5.25" and the second layer is 3.75"x5".

Once the card bases were cut, I paired two cards together that I thought worked well together. Next, I used a variety of Die Cuts to embellish the card. LOVE DIE CUTS. :)

I stamped "so excited" from the All Time Fave stamp set below the summer journey sentiment using a very light pink ink.

For the Adventure card I used a variety of adventurous dies to embellish the card. I used foam squares to pop the cards up a bit.

I super pleased with all three of my cards. Which one is your favorite? I think my favorite is the Summer Journey card. Thank you so much for visiting today!

New collection "Here&There"/Marivi

studio forty collection

Today I am launching the HERE&THERE collection, ideal for summer and to document all the trips, getaways and excursions you take.
To release it I have made a couple of layouts for my TN.

For this occasion I have cut the photo in three circles with circular dies and the paper that I have chosen as well.

With the different circles and with various stickers and enamel dots I have created the composition.
At the top of the pages I have glued some strips of paper and I have added a transparent sticker on the right, which in this case I have cut out and not taken off.

I have also written some sentences where I have used a couple of stamps.

For the next page I have pasted the photo on a piece of paper that covers the entire page, in addition to stapling it on a smaller one.

I have left the other page blank, only with the decorations that I have placed creating a more or less circular composition.

I have also used here, stickers, chipboard and a stamp.

This is all for today, I hope you like it and see you soon!

Can you tell what they are? 2 layouts with Here and These.

clear stamp


Hello Studio Forty fans!
How are you doing at your end?
Hope you are finding some time to be crafty!

Today I would like to share my first 2 layouts with Here and There collection!
Both with the same sketch.

I just received the package from Poland with this amazing Here and There collection and made the layouts immediately.

Very simple but yet so lovely and gorgeous.

These berry pattern papers are so gorgeous!  I have added some berries and flower motif chipboard stickers, along with enamels!

Gorgeous color combination!

Only the photo pops out with foam stickers.


So this is the 2nd layout. As you can see, based on the same sketch!

I just added some imaginary sea creatures? aliens? What ever they are!

If you look at them up side down, you will notice what they are.

Yes, they are the plants stamps. 
Happy plants stamp set→ Click here

I thought they look like sea creatures. 

‘When you look things up-side-down, the world sometimes shows another face. Don't you agree? well, it's much more fun for sure'
That 's what I wrote for the journal.

Fluffy legs and Hairy legs.

Well, that's all for today. 
I hope you liked them as much as I did. 

The new collection Here and there,  you can see the whole collection 

Thank you for staying with me until the end. 

See you next time!

xo Yukie

Everyday stories TN with Loredana Bucaria

clear stamps


Hello everyone! How are you? Happy Saturday!
Today I am happy to share my latest pages of this TN started a month or so ago. So proud and happy to have finished it!

I have used the pieces of the new amazing Here and there and the go outside collections! Love them to pieces and you can use them not only for the travel theme!

So here we go!

Above in the first two pages I have used square pics and just a clean and simple style using little details, the chipboard stickers and the clear stickers. Then I drew with the pen a sort of border.

Here the ephemera of the here and there collection , the stickers , the chipboard pieces and the super cute stamps.

In the third page journaling on the left and a journaling card and a pic with embellishments on the right. I used also the Together Forever stamps and the Hot Days stamp set .

Here a close up

And in the end
the story of my second boy that was learning to go on the bicycle.

What do you think?
I hope you will be inspired to create with these gorgeous products. Very Simple and versatile to use!

Love, Lory