There’s a little bit of change going on here at KBS. Both good and sad.
Today we officially say goodbye to one of our design team members–Miss Naomi Atkins. She’s been a joy to have here. We’ve loved so many beautiful creations from her and we wish her nothing but the best! You will be missed, darlin’!
And now I’d like to introduce you to the newest member of the KBS Design team…
Everyone give a big shout out to Miss Paige Evans!!!
Paige has shared her talent here every now and again and I am just tickled pink to have this girl here as a regular team member! Not is she is my sister in the love of all things X-Files, but she is a genius with paper and scissors–and by scissors, I mean scissors and/or a Silhouette. The things she does! I’m so excited to see what she will do with KBS designs along with her gorgeous lines with Pink Paislee.
Before we get to her first of many pages to come, let’s hear a little about Paige from Paige herself.
I’ve been scrapbooking since I was 16 years old and love everything about this hobby! From the super cute (and must-have!) supplies and the creating process to the friends I’ve made and opportunities it’s provided, scrapbooking is my passion! I also enjoy teaching scrapbooking classes, dabbling in other arts and crafts, bookbinding, and photography. I’ve been married to my better half for nearly 9 years and together we have two cute kiddos: Fox (5.5) and Jane (3.5). We currently live on a US Army base in Germany – my husband is a dentist for the Army and that’s where they sent us – it was at the top of our list of choices given and we’re so happy it all worked out! We LOVE traveling and are trying to visit as many countries as possible while we live here – we’re up to 30! Scrapbooking is an up-and-coming hobby here in Germany and it’s so fun to meet fellow scrappers around the globe at conventions and classes. I’m thankful for this opportunity to share how to use Kerri Bradford Studio supplies with Pink Paislee products and show how wonderfully they pair together!
Thrilled. Just thrilled to have you here, my dear!
Now lets take a look at what she has to share with us today.
Totally love how she cut out the Silly Love Songs retro art and backed it with color goodness. Everything is just so bright and cheery. Makes ya want spring, right?
Let’s hear what Paige has to say:
Since February is the month of love I wanted to create a layout about the love of my life! I quickly found a cute cut file I wanted to use, Retro Art: Love. The subway art style spoke to me! Since it’s a long column of words I decided to divide my page into three columns with the cut file on the left, a long photo in the middle, and embellishments on the right. All the scrapbooking supplies I used are from my Fancy Free collection with Pink Paislee. I painted stripes on the right column using colors pulled from the line. To finish I created a trio of embellishments to draw the eye all around the page and then I journaled a bit.
Just beautiful, Miss Paige!
So happy to have you here!