Monday, February 22, 2010


I often scrap black and white photos with more subdued tones but I just had to show you how well our Summerhouse line works with black and white photos. I have collected a lot of these old photos as grandparents have passed away and I treasure every one of them. They showcase a time when I was (as my mother always used to say) "a twinkle in your father's eye". The Summerhouse colour palette - bright lime, orange and blue with a bit of chocolate thrown in for good measure - works beautifully with summertime photos and wonderfully with these photos taken in the 1960s - yeah baby! I'm now on a mission to create a whole album of Num and Dad using these papers - so much scrapping to do, so little time! Check out our website for more on the Summerhouse line - we're counting down to our release date in April 2010.

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