It's really amazing how international scrapbooking has become. There's so many wonderful paper collections, chipboards, embellishments coming out from other countries, so many international blogs with really fun challenges and so many seriously. talented. people.
One paperline I absolutely adore is ILS or I Lowe Scrap. They're out of Poland and I love their stuff and I LOVE to see what the talented DT members do with the papers. You know how a certain style of scrapbooking just calls to you? Well ILS calls to me :)
I'd been coveting those papers for some time since they are not as easy to get in the US and I finally got my hands on some!! In case you are interested, Freckled Fawn sells them stateside.
I vowed not to hoard the paper ;) so I jumped right in to this month's color challenge here:
I used watercolors and Gelatos to get the colors in the background. Behind the photo are layers made of ILS paper, vellum, and washi tape.
I've also decided to try a new thing. At the end of every post, I'll do a snapshot of the supplies used for that page. I got the idea from Yvonne Yam and her blog Do More With Less who gives a great anatomical breakdown of her pages.
That's all for today, thanks for stopping by!