Tuesday, August 25, 2015

One Little Bird Hybrid Blog Guest

One of the raddest thing about sharing my work online is the opportunities that have come from that sharing. Case in point is a recent email that I received from Christine over at One Little Bird asking me if I was interested in being a Hybrid Blog Guest for Peppermint Granberg. Heck Yes! Is what I believe my response was. Peppermint is one of my favorite digital designers and I have lots and lots of her items in my Digital Scrapbooking library so I knew that finding something of hers to work with was going to be no problem. Coming up with what I felt was a worthy project that could stand up well enough to her teams work was the challenge.

While perusing her store over at The Lilypad I was mainly focused on the products I did not already own. I wanted items that were new to me so that whatever idea I came up with it would be fresh. I ultimately ended up choosing her recent line called Nosh. Mainly because I don't usually have any problems creating work that is centered around food. I mean...its a fact.


I ended up making a little dimensional pocket to create a sort of mini album of all of my favorite food photos from a recent trip to Portland that I took with my husband. I haven't had a chance to work with my photos from this trip yet so it was the perfect way to at least document what we ate since it was a trip very much about food and shopping.

I don't want to give away the whole project but wanted to at least share a few of the images from the blog post with you here. I made little postcards using one of the digital cards for each of the meals and drinks that we had on the trip and they slipped nicely into the dimensional pocket. I dressed up the inside with several items from the Nosh set.


Working hybrid style some of the elements were printed flat digitally but some of the elements were also printed and then cut for dimension like traditional scrapbooking.


Working on this project was an absolute blast and I am so thrilled that I was asked to do it. I would love it if you would pop over to Peppermint's blog right here to read and see the whole feature.

If you are interested in the supplies I used they are listed there but I will also list them here for you.


Thank you again to both Christine and Peppermint for asking me to contribute to the blog it was an awesome experience and I hope you all love the project as much as I do.

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2 comments:

  1. So cute. I can't believe the front cover is mainly digital. Fooled me.

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  2. This was such a unique and awesome project! I love documenting food too (it seems that's all I do, besides scrapping my cat Noodle) and this was a great project to do just that! Awesome to have you at OLB blog this month!

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