Friday, 23 October 2015


In this hybrid post I am going to show you how easy it is to make beautiful eye catching hybrid pages and the best thing is: You only need a few materials and it's incredibly easy to do!

Okay so we will be making these pages with just a few items: cardstock, inks, stamps, masks and printed digital elements and your favorite photos of course plus a bit of glue [I also added a bit of white wire but that's totally optional].

On a white cardstock I put several layers of  yellow ink blots in different tones that I created by adding more or less water to my ink.

With a darker yellow ink and a stamp I stamped some butterflies over the blots.

I added small touches with orange and pink ink and used masks to add some cute patterns.
There's hearts, stars and even a stain pattern [I know I'm cheating ;)]

This is my finished background.

Then I added my pictures and some printed embellishments from Marke The Date Elements [snap shot tab and blue flower] and as a final touch a bit of white wire, self adhesive glossy spots and pink leaves that I cut with my Cuttlebug.

And here's another page I made with the same basic ingredients but this one is a bit more shabby.
And for this one I used mainly blue tones as you can see.

With a few touches of pink.

And more patterns.

I added my pictures and two cutout branches with leaves.

I cut several flowers from Forget Me Not [cherry tree flowers] and I'm Not Perfect [roses and leaves].

As finishing touches I added some white wire and  a die cut camera.

For my title I cut out a wordart from Mark The Date Elements.

As always I hope you enjoyed my post and if I inspired you in any way, shape or form then by all means make a photo of your project and upload it to your gallery so you can leave a link in the comment section below! I'd love to see what you made!