Monday 22 February 2016


Our fabulous Nifty Gal, Sanna Lippert's is our hybrid star. She also has her latest and greatest tutorial which is all about scrapbooking the 'bricks and mortar' that you call home. That very place that provides a safe haven for you and you loved ones. This eye catching scrapbook hybrid page uses our  WHO LIVES HERE? | Collection which is filled to the brim with bright happy motifs all about home and family. 
'Home is Where...'
by Sanna Lippert
Digital Credits:
WHO LIVES HERE? | Collection  by The Nifty Pixel

I first altered the patterned paper by adding some journal cards, brads and stamps from the WHO LIVES HERE? | Collection. When I was happy with the placement I saved it as a new 12x12 file and proceeded to print it using my Epson A3 Landscape color printer. I then trimmed it and adhered it onto a background sheet of green cardstock to form a mat around it. I used two (2) photos of our house and clustered them with a mix of small embellishments clustering them together over the stamped home wordart and grungy splattered black ink. 
I then added more elements  which  I collated from my stash to help support the theme of my photos. These included chipboard clouds, puffy stickers and a cute little brad. I chose not to add lots of journaling on this page. Because it is the loved ones that make a place feel like home not where you live I really wanted to highlight this so...

How cute is that page and so so simple yet so incredibly effective. Creating hybrid pages is actually really easy and gives you more bang for your buck. Buy digital and create endless pages/projects. With just a little know how around photoshop or any other photo editing program you are well on your way to creating some awesome hybrid projects.

Do you think you might like to give hybrid scrapping a go? If so, we are offering a great deal in our shop on the WHO LIVES HERE | Collection which Sanna used in this tutorial click below to check it out! 
If anyone would like to check out more of Sanna's projects why not pop over to
 her fabulous blog  Papierstau and get inspired even more!
Have fun hybrid scrappin' and remember to...

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