By Creative Planning Team Members - Natalie, Sharon and Suzanne
As well as producing wonderful stickers EllieBeth Designs makes a wonderful Creative pack. Each month there is a 'Throw Back Thursday' with a vintage collection being re-released along with a creative pack to match. They are available from the Thursday's release until the end of Sunday and are a fabulous addition to any crafter and stickerator's stash.
If you are ever tempted to buy one but don't quite know what to do with it here are some ideas.
Sharon Gubby - @TheTattyTeapot - Scrapbook Pages:
I used the 'Winter Fairy' creative pack with some additional black, colour core 12 x 12 scrapbook paper to create this scrapbook page. The pictures are from when we redecorated my daughter's bedroom in pink with princess motif's and Cinderella bedding. I added a little ink to the edges of the matted photos and the vinyl decals to reduce the white, scattering the text around the vellum (use a permanent pigment pen) and then adding the acetate over the top to soften the look. I'm really pleased with how it turned out.
Natalie Bowers - @planning.out.loud - Monthly Album:
Way back in 2018, I decided to try my hand at creating a December Daily album, so I used the EBDUK Galaxy Creative Pack to make one. Instead of a traditional scrapbook album though, I thought I’d die cut all the card, vellum and acetate into tags and create a tag flip album. So, that’s what I did. The tags are held together with a 1-inch binder ring, which also has attached to it a very tactile tail that I made from scraps of ribbon. Throughout December 2018, I added a small photo each day, printed on an HP Sprocket, and embellished them with stickers from the Creative Pack plus bits and bobs from my stash. I also mixed in some tags that I die-cut from Christmas cards and seasonal packaging. I love the way the album turned out. It’s a lot of fun to flip through. Since I made it, I’ve also created similar albums with EBDUK Creative Packs and given them away as presents for people to add their own photos to. I’m sure I’ll definitely make some more!