But my style back then was a little more feminine, I used more fussy cutting just in a cleaner way. There were more patterns on a page and more bling. My style may have changed a bit, but I know my roots.
It was fun to go back to a more classic Webster's approach when I was making some pages for the trade show. I used one of Brandin's new collections, Party Time. This page has a familiar feel to me and I like it.
I still have lots of straight lines, but I added lots of pattern, color, shapes and size. I hand cut the garland from a sheet of the paper and layered it along the bottom of the top portion of the page. I added in this cool sun, using straws to add dimension.
I also fussy cut that cluster of presents and the stars at the top. I love Webster's because of this very reason. You can cut, arrange and use each element in a unique way. Every page is different.
It was fun going back.