Thursday, June 15, 2017

Rose Blossom Blog Hop

Welcome to the Rose Blossom team blog hop!
This month we are creating with the beautiful, beachy line
This is the first stop on the hop since our leader, the amazing Brenda Rose,
is busy preparing projects to present at our upcoming convention later this month.
So exciting!
You can just hop from blog to blog using the links provided.
I will include a complete blog hop list at the end of my post.
As soon as I got the "No Worries" Paper Packet I knew I wanted to design layouts that would hold lots of photos so I designed with our Flip Flaps in mind.
This layout includes a 12 x 12 base with two 6 x 12 Flip Flaps on each side.
They open, sort of like a center gate.
Here's a photo of layout 1 with the "gate" closed.

And here it is with the "gate" open.
I just couldn't make myself cut that lovely palm tree paper so I left it as is so I can photos anywhere.
I also included a 4 x 6 Flip Flap on each side of the "gate" you can add more photos or journaling on each side of them.  Love our Flip Flaps!
I do love this paper but the coordinating "No Worries" Complements 
are my favorite item in the entire
Seasonal Expressions book (all that Kraft,sigh). 
Here's a collage of some of the clusters I created using the Complements.
They could easily be added to layouts, cards, or gift packaging.
I hope you are feeling relaxed now and ready to hop on over to some fabulous
"No Worries" inspiration.
Next stop is 
Shelly at
I can't wait to hop myself! The sneak peeks looked pretty amazing.
Thanks for joining us!


4 comments:

Kelly Massman said...

super cool!

Morgan Vogt said...

I love Flip Flap layouts, so I'm glad you did one! We don't see a lot of these on our blog hops, and this is just so much fun!

Mary Newman said...

Very cute idea to use the flip flaps. I agree on hiding the beautiful palm trees. Your complement clusters are adorable and also very helpful for those who haven't tried the clustering technique.
Nice work Lynn!

Kim Hill said...

Love this! I need a tutorial on the big flip flaps I think. ;)