Monday, August 10, 2015

Guest Designer {Ginny Hughes}


Well, just like that it's August, but the good news is that means it's time to introduce you to my guest designer, Ginny Hughes! Be sure to head over to her blog and see the fabulousness she has created, but first let me tell you a little bit about why I asked Ginny to join me today.

I became aware of Ginny's projects through Studio Calico and have always been impressed with her title work. She is not afraid to stamp, cut, layer, sew, or go vertical with her text and it's apparent that her love of letters keeps her inspired. Patterned paper also plays a big role in her projects and whether it's a grid design or something with a lot of circles, you'll see plenty of color.


This recent layout by Ginny is one of my many favorites of hers. I mean, look at the patterned paper books she created, too cute!

Ginny is currently on the creative team for Ali Edwards, can be found teaching at Big Picture Classes, and creating and teaching for Studio Calico. You can also find her on Instagram, Pinterest and her blog - which is where you need to head to know to see what she has created, because I know you'll be inspired! Ginny is also sharing a coupon code, so pick that up while you're there.

8 comments:

  1. Ginny had great layouts! Love how she used the flair. Awesome and inspiring. Michelle t

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  2. Love this page (those books!!!) and I am running (figuratively of course) to her blog to see the rest of her creations :)

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  3. Ahh those books are great and it's such a fab layout with the typed text. Off to check out her other creations too x

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  4. Loving how you used the books, Ginny! Such a great page!

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  5. Always love seeing Ginny's projects! They are so much fun and there are always little details to explore!

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  6. Thank you so much for having me! I really enjoyed creating with your amazing flair!! and thanks for all of the sweet comments!

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  7. What an amazing LO!! I love Ginny's work. Well done :)
    Debra www.ourlifeincolor.com

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Thank you so much for taking your time to comment, I truly appreciate all your kind words!