The Urban Inspirations Quilt Show 2009
Miss Crow in March...

More Sugarplum Paperie...

Three more hybrid layouts today!  And they're three very different layouts...but all using digital elements from Sugarplum Paperie.

City Love: I wanted to create something that captured the messy chaos and claustrophobic feeling of NYC.  I also mixed grungy elements with glitter, which feels so NYC to me!

Here's the layout:

CityLove-sm

Here's the digital portion:

CityLove-digitalportion 

Every Day Me: This one is pretty straightforward.  Though, I have noticed that I've been using my sewing machine a lot more ever since I put it on top of my desk (rather than stored under it).  I threw the circles onto the layout and then (without any adhesive) carefully fed the layout through the sewing machine to adhere all the circles.  I love the way it looks!

Here's the layout...

EveryDayMe-sm

Here's the digital portion...

EveryDayMe-digitalportion 

You can see that I added a lot of pen work after I printed it.

Eileen: I love the look of journaling lines.  I don't know why, but it makes a layout feel so much more ordered and neat to me.  And even though I've been playing around with hybrid for more than a year, I'm still discovering new ways to mix pixels and paper.  My impulse is always to print a mostly finished layout and then add some embellishments, but I really love how this last layout turned out.  As you can see, I printed a sheet of leaves and flowers on a transparency and then randomly adhered them to my layout.  And recognize that green strip?  It's the leftover scrap from layout #1's torn edge! 

Here's the layout...

Eileen-sm

Here's the digital portion...

Eileen-digitalportion

I wanted to share a quick tutorial on how to create the cool multi-colored leaves you see here.

Thanks for stopping by!

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