I couldn't wait to show you the project that Noel Culbertson created with one of our Punky Sprouts albums. She recently wrote an article about Punky Sprouts on Scrap Review. If you haven't checked out this blog, you need too! They have very creative designers that write articles about products they are asked to play with and then give it a review. You can read Noel's review HERE. She created a really fun project using one of my favorite albums.
She had an extra album and created another project yesterday. Here's her project.
I asked Noel to tell me a little bit about working with our products. Here's what she has to say.
Every Punky album is budding with possibility and offers it's own fun twist for your project. The Prim 'n Punky album felt like an unveiling. Each layer seems to peel away to reveal the next. I decided to showcase a favorite set of pictures I took of my youngest daughter looking sweet against some old buildings. With fresh stack of paper and embellishments I set the stack of album pages in front of me. I love seeing how each layer will interact with the next, so I kept each completed page in its place as I worked on the album. It helped me try to maintain a visual flow of the pages. After stitching pictures on my last album's canvas pages, I thought I'd give glue (Fari-Tack) a try this time. It worked beautifully to adhere every last little bit of fun onto the canvas. With the unveiling of each layer, I think this would be a fun album to do a "Through the Years" progression of pictures with... Here's to another fabulously inspiring book of fun from Punky Sprouts.