Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Bella Blvd. CHA Projects

I was so excited when Stephanie from Bella Blvd. contacted me a couple of months ago and asked me if I'd be willing to create some projects for the Bella Blvd. CHA booth. Of course I JUMPED at the chance! I LOVE Bella Blvd!!! And their new lines are so much fun!

Now that CHA is over I thought I would share with you my projects.

Flirty Collection




Plastino Collection





Camped Out Collection










Thanks again, Stephanie, for letting me play with your beautiful collections! I can't wait to get my hands on even more of it! :D

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I also have to say a big THANK YOU to Judith for giving me this blog award. :) Totally made my day!



Okay, now to pass it on to some people whose blogs I love to visit.

Aphra Bolyer - Aphra's projects always catch my eye. She always adds a little twist to her designs that immediately draws me in. :)

Alexandra S.M. - This gal is an EXPERT at clean, simple, and utterly STRIKING design. She's amazing! :)

Karen Maldonado - I love the shapes, layers, and fun details that Karen puts into her pages. Her work always makes me want to stop and study how she does things. :)

Stacy Cohen - Stacy's work is always full of beautiful texture and detail. I can only imagine how much thought goes into each and every project. Wonderful eye candy! :)

XOXOXOX,
Jana

18 comments:

Aphra said...

Well, how fun is that award! Thanks! LOVE, love, love all these Bella Blvd. projects! I just love how you can take any product and work it into your own fabulous style.

Virginia said...

Gorgeous girly! As usual, tagging these to come back to for inspiration! Love them!

Jennifer said...

all are beautiful as usual, but I LOVE the camping mini album!

Charlene said...

I love all these lines!! Very cute and your sweet creations are wonderful!!!!! Where do you find the time to scrap all this stuff with a house to run? I'm by myself and barely find the time lol!!

Lynette said...

Wow...I always say that:)
You are amazing...and you never seem to run out of ideas.

Judith said...

Great project, those papers are yummy and you have done some fab things with them x
Glad you are pleased with the award x

Michelle Lanning said...

love them all Jana - and that mini adorable - love the blogs you linked

Nicole said...

Holy Guacamole girl! You totally rocked these Bella Blvd papers. I can't decide which project I like better . . .

Stephanie said...

Are you kidding me! Thank you for your help! Your projects were a hit at the booth! And I can't wait to tell you some more good news...... ;)

Anne-Marie said...

Thanks for all the love on my blog, Jana! You KNOW you're one of my favs too! GORGEOUS work girlie.. no wonder they asked! :p

Stacy Cohen said...

Oh my goodness, thank you for the honor, Jana!! That's a HUGE compliment coming from you because I just love your work!! And as usual, all of your creations here are beautiful!

Mel said...

Your projects are so awesome! I love the details. The mini-album was a great idea for your family trip!

AbbieTorroll said...

ADORABLE Jana!! you did a beautiful job for BB!!! Love your mini!

Teresa Loop said...

Wow! Great job Jana! =)

Cristina Tronco said...

love the mini album!
TFS

Tina said...

These are fabulous! Love how versatile you are!!

Would you be so kind as to email me... I would like to talk with you about something...
capturethesesketches@live.com
Thank you so much! i could not find contact info on here to email you myself! LOL!

scrapbookone said...

I just discovered your blog today via your layout posted on scrapbooks etc. email blast. Just wanted to tell you that I love your work and to also ask you a question. In almost all of your layouts your photos look like they have a distressed edge plus a black line. Do you do this with sandpaper and a slick writer or do you do this is photoshop? Really like how this makes your photos stand out on the page!!!

Jana Eubank said...

I'm so glad you found my blog! :) And to answer your question; Yes, I use sandpaper on the edges and then I use a black American Crafts The Ultimate Gel pen (they're my favorite) to draw the black line. It's weird but I feel like my photos are naked unless i do that. LOL! I have noticed that it works the best on the photos I print at home. Commercially printed photos sort of have a purple undercoat when you start sanding and it doesn't look as nice. Hope that answers your question! :) Stop by again soon! HUGS!!!

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