Friends Forever – Mixed Media Layout by Nuneka

Friends Forever – Mixed Media Layout by Nuneka

Friends Forever – Mixed Media Layout by Nuneka

Hello! It’s Nuneka here and I want to show you a very easy but gorgeous layout you can try with your kiddos photos. All you need is a beautiful photo with not much detail in the background, your most favorite 49 and Market papers, some colors and wonderful 49 and Market embellishments (flowers, layered elements, […]

Dream Without Fear by Daria Shukina

Dream Without Fear by Daria Shukina

Dream Without Fear by Daria Shukina

Hello everyone! Today I want to share with you my new layout. I really like to use paper with a beautiful background, which can be slightly modified with paints and stamps. I selected a sheet of paper in advance from the Old School collection. And before starting the project, I received a DT box with […]

Memories Captured by Mary Tzalla

Memories Captured by Mary Tzalla

Memories Captured by Mary Tzalla

Hello and welcome back 49 and Market friends! Today, I am back with my first post for May. This time I used the beautiful Old School Mini collection and I have to admit that I haven’t used it many times yet. But now I realize how beautifully these papers match with all kinds of photos […]

Timeless – Mixed media Layout by Tina Ollett

Timeless – Mixed media Layout by Tina Ollett

Hello and welcome back 49 and Market friends. Today I am back with my first share for May. This time around I decided to do something a little grungy and masculine. The project features a photo of my husband who much prefers not to be the center of any of my projects, but here he […]

Sonhos by Ana Paula Leal

Sonhos by Ana Paula Leal

Sonhos by Ana Paula Leal

Hello, I created this scrapbooking layout using a very special photo. A typical school memory from The 70s. Every Brazilian student used to have. This one is from my husband in 1979. I thought this precious photo deserved a very special layout. The paper from “The Serendipitous collection” was used and structured to create a […]

Memories to last a lifetime by Dorota Kruszewska

Memories to last a lifetime by Dorota Kruszewska

Memories to last a lifetime by Dorota Kruszewska

Hello! Today I’m presenting my layout, which I created for my friend. This is my friend from school, with whom I share a lot of happy memories and fun adventures. I used the page from “Old School” paper collection. It’s really amazing collection, dark and vintage, in my favorite colors. My layout has many layers, […]

Wonder by Ana Paula Leal

Wonder by Ana Paula Leal

Wonder by Ana Paula Leal

Hello, This time I created a scrapbooking layout trying to work with a set of elements creating a monochromatic composition. I used some papers and elements from The Old School collection. This collection has a vintage look. For the background paper, I used a stencil and silver metallic paint and then I stamped in some […]

Last day of school by Christine David

Last day of school by Christine David

Last day of school by Christine David

Hi, 49 and Market fans!! Today I am with you to show you my first creation of March. I decided to make a canvas, I didn’t want to make a creation with a photo. With all the embellishments and laser-cuts of 49 and Market, you don’t even have to have a photo to make a […]

Live, Love, Laugh by Rachelle Sigurdson

Live, Love, Laugh by Rachelle Sigurdson

Live, Love, Laugh by Rachelle Sigurdson

Hello 49 and Market Fans, today I would like to share with you a LO I did using the new & beautiful Irrevocable Beauty Collection, Laser Cuts, Collage Stack, Archival Board, Lace & Flowers… For the background, I used Irrevocable Beauty-Cultivate-BS. I ripped it at an angle then glued lace into the layers. I primed […]

Old Chamomile by Daria Schukina

Old Chamomile by Daria Schukina

Old Chamomile by Daria Schukina

Hello creative friends! Today I want to share with you a new video tutorial on creating a layout. Sometimes you want to let go of yourself and your thoughts, just create for your own pleasure. I wanted to realize my idea with geometric shapes. I decided that it would be triangles. I cut out the […]