I made the Momenta D-Lite design team... its like a "lite" version of a design team with less requirements but still lots of perks!
We got to choose the products we wanted, and what a time I had! There were soo many gorgeous products!
I really fell in love with the Chloe's Garden line. Everything else I picked was functional (a party pack because I've been complaining I have no party paper, a beachy stack because I ran out of beach stuff, cat themed stuff.. etc)... but this one was purely because I loved it!
Below is PA-2384, the Chloe's Garden pyramid paper pad. Love it! First of all, these pyramid pads are so cool because you get a few pages in smaller sizes, so you don't have to cut up a 12x12 for a small piece. Plus, the patterns are shrunk on the smaller papers, so you do have more useable papers for card making and you have a diversity of patterns.
I really didn't know how I was going to use these, but they turned out to be the first Momenta products I turned to. I used this sketch from a Two Scrapbook Friends sketch challenge.
I think the dragonfly is what sent me in the direction of Chloe's Garden. I also wanted to use these photos of my cousin and her family, and rather than doing the same old orange, I wanted something different. So here it is!
In addition to the pyramid pack, I also used the Chloe's Garden Borders ST-5159. They're not on the website yet, so I can't link them up for you, but you get 4 puffy 12" border strips. These are too cute... they are puffy sticker borders. I cut two of the 12" borders up for this. First the flower one to have two pieces of it, and then just a small portion of the banners was used... I finally found banners I love! Amazing!!
The title is also in Momenta puffy alphas ST-3190. I really like these as well. First, there's a good combo of letters. Second, they are just cute!
I also used Peeled Paint Distress ink on the edges of the dot paper and the base cardstock. The Peeled Paint and the Weathered Wood go great with this collection. I don't have any pink distress ink yet, so I can't tell you which one to use, but I think its the one in the basic set that's available every year. I used my Marvy Uchida border punch, and a blue gel pen too.
Hope you enjoyed, and if you're not familiar with Momenta, check them out! For all my Canadian friends, I buy most of my Momenta at Zellers. Everything is a good price there and they have a good selection... just look for the logo...