Friday, January 09, 2015

Fan Feature Friday: Pop-ping the Cork #1

This week's Fan Feature Friday showcases projects from the first week of Pop-ping the Cork, sponsored by Elle's Studio. Every Friday, we showcase projects linked to our current issue, so be sure to share your projects for a chance to be featured.

Let's take a look at the first projects of 2015 that caught our eye...

1. Melissa thought outside of the box by adding a balloon to this fun and whimsical card. It goes perfectly with the sentiment and balloons pop! Why didn't I think of that? 

2. Damaris not only documented how she welcomed in the new year, but she also added a Paper Issues card (unicorn) to one of the pockets!

3. Connie created the word bubbles on her folksy cards by gluing wood veneer shapes to wine corks! Pretty amazing, wouldn't you say? Be sure to check out her blog post for all of the details.

4. Stacia dug into her stash and pulled out some Elle's Studio products to create this festive holiday page. The black faux stitching and inked edges give the page great depth and definition.

5. Lynn linked up this striking page about her One Little Word for 2015. The black elements are so striking with the aqua!

6. Andrea's beautiful layout is about what she calls her "4th greatest accomplishment in life". I love her mad layering skills and overall design!

7. Suchi created this clever perpetual tag calendar for the new year. Check out her blog to read about the inked designs and her thoughts on creating a stand for this project.

Thank you all for sharing your festive, holiday work with us! Be sure to grab the "my project was featured" button from the sidebar to showcase on your blog.

That's it for this week. Check back next Friday for features from our second week of Pop-ping the Cork. Be sure to link your projects so you have a chance to be featured. See you then! 


  1. Wow! Such wonderful projects full of inspiration!
    Thanks for the feature :D

  2. Always love seeing this post!! Time to scrap now!!

  3. So much inspiration everywhere with Paper Issues!

  4. Really neat projects. Makes me want to create more with color!


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